Details continue to emerge about just how bad the Greek’s run their economy.
Der Spiegel reports that near Thebes in Greece an office was created to drain a lake in 1957. A year later, that lake ceased to exist due to natural causes.
That office is still open today, and has a staggering 30 employees. Those employees make up to $3,175 a month in wages.
These reports will continue to create German discontent over the European bailout package, of which they are paying a disproportionate amount.
Its even leading to some speculation that the Deutsche Mark may be coming back, though we think that’s a bit hasty.
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