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Re: this edit. It needs a comma to note a possessive (the record), and it doesn't read fluidly with a comma in it, which is why it was manipulated. As it stands it still needs a comma, regardless of how you want it.
I think the comment on Jabs is weak. It is still not clear to me why Jabs disliked him. Is a man like Jabs really going to dislike Schnaufer over this? As his superior he could have easily had him disciplined. Besides, if it had no impact on the unit, or it's conduct of operations, why mention it in the first place? Dapi89 (talk) 11:40, 25 January 2014 (UTC)
?? Well, probably a cultural thing, but taking someones right of way in Germany is a very emotional thing on German roads, coming very close to steeling. It is always considered a deliberate act of severe disrespect. You can ask for right of way, but it must be granted to you by a gesture or words, it is never ever taken. I can imagine that the two had more than a few words over this issue. MisterBee1966 (talk) 07:14, 26 January 2014 (UTC)