A stand-up podcast in German from Nizar & Shayan
Zuerst kam der Zusammenbruch der Zivilisation: Anarchie, Völkermord, Hungersnot. Als es dann so aussah als könnte es nicht schlimmer werden, kam die Pest. Der lebendige Tod, der seine Faust über den gesamten Planeten schließt. Dann hörten wir die Gerüchte: dass die letzten Wissenschaftler an einer Heilung arbeiteten, die die Pest beenden und die Welt wiederherstellen würde - DIE DEUTSCHEN! Nizar und Shayan. Sie gaben mit ihrem Podcast der Menschheit wieder Hoffnung.
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