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Old 03-10-2002, 12:14 PM   #16
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Well, my point with that is that you can't blame Bush, if you are living in Honduras. He isn't the President of the World--at least in terms of local national economic policy for international nations.

But maybe I'm wrong. Do you live in America? I can be wrong as well, you know...

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Old 03-10-2002, 12:16 PM   #17
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O wait...the guy from Honduras is "BrownEyedBoy" methinks. I get some of these names confused, which obviously isn't your fault. Too many newbies over the years!

Apologies. Disregard what I said, and continue on.

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