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  • #41
    Originally posted by surferarmo

    Hey guys, I am Canadian, lets critique America so we can feel better about our lame duck system and the fact that we dont have Disney Land.
    Hey guys, I'm armenian. I don't really care what happens in the States or even in Canada as long as Armenia goes well.

    Vote results in Canada were at least consistent to the polls in Canada. There is nobody except the Liberal Party that can get any support from the East and the West, so I have no worries about some crazy war mongrel and his cronies taking over Parliament Hill. And calling Bush's election fair is quite.....well actually, quite typical of you.

    And Disney Land was the biggest waste of time eveeeeer. What a letdown.

    Et feliz, n'oublie pas qu'on a affaire avec un membre du parti républicain. Il va croire que nous sommes des ennemis du peuple libre, surtout que nous parlons dans une langue qui ressemble à quelquechose qu'on pourrait entendre dans un désert arabe quelquepart......

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    • #42
      Originally posted by Baron Dants Et feliz, n'oublie pas qu'on a affaire avec un membre du parti républicain. Il va croire que nous sommes des ennemis du peuple libre, surtout que nous parlons dans une langue qui ressemble à quelquechose qu'on pourrait entendre dans un désert arabe quelquepart......
      I'll have a croissant and coffee to go with that. Thank you.
      The times are tough now, just getting tougher
      This old world is rough, it's just getting rougher
      Cover me, come on baby, cover me - Bruce Springsteen

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      • #43
        Originally posted by patlajan I'll have a croissant and coffee to go with that. Thank you.
        lol
        The average man's a coward
        --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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        • #44
          Originally posted by felizitation (*telling Baron something that only canadian and french can understand*)

          Ca va ? Tu penses qu'ils vont s'ennerver si on commence à parler en francais ? Je pense que je fais qd meme beaucoup d'erreurs en anglais pour etre compris. Par exemple, le post juste avant le tien...
          Bon ca suffit, ils vont penser qu'on est en train de monter une conspiration francophone.
          Please, none of us think that this is a French language conspiracy. And your English is fine, you arent making that many errors. Dont worry.

          You can come out from under the covers now boys.
          The average man's a coward
          --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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          • #45
            Originally posted by Baron Dants
            Et feliz, n'oublie pas qu'on a affaire avec un membre du parti républicain. Il va croire que nous sommes des ennemis du peuple libre, surtout que nous parlons dans une langue qui ressemble à quelquechose qu'on pourrait entendre dans un désert arabe quelquepart......
            Why are you afraid of me Baron? Yes Baron, you are correct. You are dealing with a member of the Republican party, and that frightens you. Next time, CAPATILIZE Republican. Nice try Baron, but your little games suck....excuse my 'french.'

            Thank you for the laughs Baron. I have a friend in Canada, what province to you live in exactly?
            Last edited by surferarmo; 01-25-2004, 05:33 PM.
            The average man's a coward
            --Mark Twain "Hucklberry Finn"

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            • #46
              Originally posted by surferarmo Why are you afraid of me Baron? Yes Baron, you are correct. You are dealing with a member of the Republican party, and that frightens you. Next time, CAPATILIZE Republican. Nice try Baron, but your little games suck....excuse my 'french.'

              Thank you for the laughs Baron. I have a friend in Canada, what province to you live in exactly?
              Um, whole point was that you would understand. Words like "républicain", "parti", "ennemi", "arabe" were a small hint if you will.

              And I'm in Quebec, hence the french.

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              • #47
                Originally posted by Baron Dants Um, whole point was that you would understand. Words like "républicain", "parti", "ennemi", "arabe" were a small hint if you will.

                And I'm in Quebec, hence the french.
                Let's all just cool it down a bit.
                The times are tough now, just getting tougher
                This old world is rough, it's just getting rougher
                Cover me, come on baby, cover me - Bruce Springsteen

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by patlajan Let's all just cool it down a bit.
                  Did we go over the limit already?

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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by Baron Dants Did we go over the limit already?
                    Yes. At the end of the day Canada is a step up from Mexico.
                    The times are tough now, just getting tougher
                    This old world is rough, it's just getting rougher
                    Cover me, come on baby, cover me - Bruce Springsteen

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                    • #50
                      Originally posted by patlajan Yes. At the end of the day Canada is a step up from Mexico.
                      And 3 steps up from the USA. And 46 below Armenia.

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