> Isn't that ridiculous? In the USA where they allegedly don't have ID cards
> you are approx. more than 20 times as often asked for a picture ID than
> in Germany where we have ID cards officially.

True. But funny, isn't it: I always enjoy looking at the most
puzzled facial expression of some twenty-odd year old selling
beer at a football game trying to understand my german passport.
They give up eventually, selling me what I wanted...   :-)

(asking me for an ID is absolutely ludicrous in the first place
since I've been looking older than 21 for decades now...)

Cheers,

        Stefan.
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Secorvo Security Consulting GmbH
Ettlinger Stra├če 12-14, D-76137 Karlsruhe

Tel. +49 721 255171-304, Fax +49 721 255171-100
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