The Windmill Massacre

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2016
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find yourself a seat.

Ah, got a ticket?

It's in my bag.

Doesn't matter, always room

for one more sinner, huh?

[chuckles]

No, joke, joke, come in, huh?

- Come in, mind your step.

- Thanks.

- [boy] Relax dad.

- You have to take it everyday.

I'll take it when we

get back to the hotel.

- Mom says--

- Okay, okay.

But set your phone

so I don't forget.

Sure, Dad, no problem.

[sighs]

I'll stay here 'til it

blows over, keep me posted.

- Okay, mate, I will.

- All right, cheers.

Sure.

Okay, well, welcome to

Happy Holland Tours,

my name is Abe

and I'm your driver

and tour guide for today

as we leave this

God forsaken city

and explore the real Holland.

I hope you enjoy your trip.

[woman]

This could be fun, right?

[engine rumbles]

[Abe]

Ladies and gentlemen,

without windmills,

there would be no Holland.

For centuries, they gave us

flour, paper, wood,

and of course the polders

which you can see

on your left and on your right.

It is thanks to the

water pump, and windmills

that the polders stay

dry and the lands safe.

Many men has died horribly,

burned alive when

their wooden windmill

was struck by lightning.

More than half of Holland

lies under sea level.

There is a saying,

"God created the world,

but the Dutch created Holland."

Okay, ladies and gentlemen,

this is our first stop.

Everybody out please.

Watch your step, Curt.

[snoring]

We'll let him be,

sleep will sober him up, hm?

[mumbles]

[sighs]

[phone clicks]

[sighs]

[Abe]

Three kinds of windmills,

the polar windmills

that pull the water

out of the lands,

and saw windmills,

and the ones that turn

a raw product into a

tradable material,

like flour.

This windmill is

a flower windmill.

[voice whispers]

Jamie...

- It grinds,

rain leads to flour.

- Jamie.

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