That said, I'd love for the "acceptable misspellings" to be assigned to answers in such a way that you can select "strict spelling" or "loose spelling" as an option (and note here: I don't mean alternate correct spellings, I mean misspellings). I use Jetpunk as a tool for learning trivia and I would like to make myself use acceptable spellings, which is why it's so maddening when I can never actually type "pittsburgh" correctly-spelled because some people can't spell it. However, doing so would require different sets regexes for answers in many contexts and a different structure for quizzes, so I doubt it is practical.
Please change the clue along the lines of "Nazi-Germany national anthem: Deutschland _____ alles" or remove it completely.
In fact, the national anthem is still in use today, although after the fall of the Nazis only the 3rd stanza is sung.
while many people will argue about the first and third stanzas, nobody seems to bother with the second one, which is undoubtedly the most fun one! It's about singing, and drinking, and women!
Here is the English translation of that second stanza:
German women, German loyalty,
German wine and German song,
Shall retain, throughout the world,
Their old respected fame,
To inspire us to noble deeds
For the length of our lives.
German wine and German song.
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