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The dark sides of Nokia's industrialization of Finland: endagered species



  • Some light entertainment in these cold days: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyJ_6epH2SY :-)



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  • LMAO :)



  • hahah nice one, but why making jokes of Finland which is one of best places to live so far?



  • Why not make jokes on Finland? By putting a joke on Finland or the Fins here, I don't mean to disqualify it/them at all. It is just a nice place to put such a thing, as I expect there to a be a relatively large number of people from that region here :-)



  • Why is it named "The dark sides of Nokia’s industrialization of Finland". The video has nothing to do with Nokia. Or is it that Nokia is the only industry in Finland.



  • Well, Nokia is big industrial company in Finland, AFAIK the biggest (but, I may very well be wrong on that topic). The 'documentary' mentions that the 'native Fin' is an endagered species because of the increasing industrialization. If Nokia is a big/the biggest industry in Finland, than it stands to reason to "blame" Nokia, right?

    Anyway: don't take it too seriously please...



  • [quote author="Milot Shala" date="1293324150"]hahah nice one, but why making jokes of Finland which is one of best places to live so far?[/quote]

    I wouldn’t say so, we just get our share of hype... I don’t really know how bad other countries are, but I can assure Finnish is not even near to be “perfect place”. That’s the life.

    [quote author="Andre" date="1293445040"]Well, Nokia is big industrial company in Finland, AFAIK the biggest (but, I may very well be wrong on that topic). The 'documentary' mentions that the 'native Fin' is an endagered species because of the increasing industrialization. If Nokia is a big/the biggest industry in Finland, than it stands to reason to "blame" Nokia, right?

    Anyway: don't take it too seriously please...[/quote]

    Yes, it is really big for a Finnish company.

    Another note: our capital has been flooded with snow past month.

    "A picture with Finnish text.":http://yle.fi/alueet/helsinki/2010/02/helsingissa_lunta_kasataan_royhkeasti_luvattomiin_paikkoihin_1449667.html



  • Nokia is worlds largest mobile selling company.......


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