The dutch news bloopers - subtitled





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Uploaded on Feb 12, 2011

A subtitled version of the video about the bloopers in the dutch news. I really tried to translate everything as literally as possible, however some dutch expressions are very hard to even describe in english. Some words might be a bit strange to you, so I'll sum them up here:
0:58 NOS is the company, that takes care of most of the dutch news.
2:37 VVD is a dutch party, which stands for "Volkspartijd voor Vrijheid en Democratie", Party of the people, for freedom and democracy.
2:50 Wieringermeer and Medenblik are names of villages.
3:21 Utrecht is a place in the Netherlands.
4:17 Pim Fortuyn was a politician in the Netherlands, but he was murdered.
5:21 VUT-regeling is the "vervroegd Uit Treden-regeling", which was a law which made it possible for people to retire early.
7:23 Hagelslag is a typical dutch food, while hagel is the dutch word for hail.
7:42 The "gulden" was the way of paying until 2001, when the euro came in.

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