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Postby Redbaron » Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:48 am

A place of little merit and less scenery called Northampton where the landmark is a tower they used to use to test lifts in.  It's now derelict but kept on for sentimental reasons!  Could be worse, could be Corby!
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Postby tabasco boy » Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:51 am

from England but living here in chicago for a year now and laughing my head out and tearing my hernia at the same time while here because i applied for a job yesterday and this guy said:

<in a american hillbilly accent>
ohhh your from england ehh you speak good english man.
</in a american hillbilly accent>

and  thinks englands language is indian(bunjabi or whatever you call there dialect) and all us brits still wear top hats and hold those poncy cains and thinks england are all indians or are they now :wink:

no offence to some yanks but is a quarter of this nation that dim.
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Postby Iris » Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:23 am

Quote: from tabasco boy on 12:51 am on Feb. 5, 2004[br]from England but living here in chicago for a year now and laughing my head out and tearing my hernia at the same time while here because i applied for a job yesterday and this guy said:

<in a american hillbilly accent>
ohhh your from england ehh you speak good english man.
</in a american hillbilly accent>

and  thinks englands language is indian(bunjabi or whatever you call there dialect) and all us brits still wear top hats and hold those poncy cains and thinks england are all indians or are they now :wink:

no offence to some yanks but is a quarter of this nation that dim.


you don't seem yourself today. too much tabasco since your last meal?
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Postby thedeadlyllama » Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:35 am

Yes tabasco boy, it is. But pretty much only the southeast quarter where I live.
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Postby Agent HacKan » Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:54 am

I'm from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Postby Stewsburntmonkey » Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:59 am

There are dim people all over.  I'm from the South East but currently live in New York City and have just returned from a 3 month stay in Florence Italy.  I can tell you the South East is no worse than either of those cities.  :)
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Postby Iris » Thu Feb 05, 2004 4:47 am

Quote: from Stewsburntmonkey on 2:59 am on Feb. 5, 2004[br]There are dim people all over. :)


you bet that right. here in Korea most of the locals treat blacks like aliens from another space, ie. stay as far away from them as possible. even on the subways they think that if they stay close enough to one, they'll get a disease or color change or somethin.
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Postby tabasco boy » Thu Feb 05, 2004 5:36 am

Quote: from Iris on 3:47 am on Feb. 5, 2004[br]
Quote: from Stewsburntmonkey on 2:59 am on Feb. 5, 2004[br]There are dim people all over. :)


you bet that right. here in Korea most of the locals treat blacks like aliens from another space, ie. stay as far away from them as possible. even on the subways they think that if they stay close enough to one, they'll get a disease or color change or somethin.


after all mankinds achievements/advancement in science and education seems like we as humans haven't got rid of that prejudice crap which makes me cry inside sometime :sad:
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Postby Hornet 15 » Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:40 pm

Im born in Canada, now living in Germany.
AND IM PROUD OF BOTH COUNTRIES !!
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Postby TimTim » Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:52 pm

Rainy Ireland here, but it's not actually raining at the moment, its blue skies and sun

ARRGH Get the natural light off me!
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Postby Tofa » Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:53 pm

I am from Germany, and I think, we can be also proud of our country!
That's why I think like Hornet 15, but I am also born in Germany!
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Postby Katana Steel » Thu Feb 05, 2004 2:07 pm

Born and raised in Denmark.

I can't say I'm entirely proud of
my country, but mosly.

one allways says: "The Grass is allway greener
on the other side" :)

*looking over the fence

hmm.. could be, but I think I'll stay here a little while
longer. :)
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Postby Jason Hackerman » Thu Feb 05, 2004 2:07 pm

Do you live there now?
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Postby poortwistedme » Thu Feb 05, 2004 2:13 pm

Quote: from Katana Steel on 3:07 pm on Feb. 5, 2004[br]Born and raised in Denmark.

I can't say I'm entirely proud of
my country, but mosly.

one allways says: "The Grass is allway greener
on the other side" :)

*looking over the fence

hmm.. could be, but I think I'll stay here a little while
longer. :)

You forgot to mention Lars Ulrich was borned in Denmark!

I have been in Denmark once. Everybody drank beer like water, only much more :P
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Postby Katana Steel » Thu Feb 05, 2004 2:20 pm

Didn't you know, once Beer did flow like water in
Denmark

well... back in the old days anyway
(1400 something I think) ;)

and you get drinking privelege at the age of 15. :)
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