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Old 02-01-2003, 02:53 AM   #16
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This is just hilarious. I love it!!
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Ah, thank-you!

It's actually quite funny how different the national opinions of our two countries are on this issue. Well, maybe not so funny.
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It's actually quite funny how different the national opinions of our two countries are on this issue. Well, maybe not so funny.
i think we actually have much the same opinions. only there is a vast ocean between us.

what's funny is that we don't all need dentists! thank G-d!

only, when Sadam Hussein is captured, put to death and found guilty of oil depletion, we will still ALL be in hot and salty water, up to our rooftops, in many seaside towns and villas.

is that beautiful bridge still in Sydney? Anyone have a picture?

hey, we're getting some decent music here finally, Jeremiah the Bullfrog, ABBA, and other great 70's hits!

maybe Bush is doing more than we think! Cheers,

drink a toast to our fare fighting men in the Persian Gulf! Joy to you and me
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i think we actually have much the same opinions. only there is a vast ocean between us.

what's funny is that we don't all need dentists! thank G-d!

only, when Sadam Hussein is captured, put to death and found guilty of oil depletion, we will still ALL be in hot and salty water, up to our rooftops, in many seaside towns and villas.

is that beautiful bridge still in Sydney? Anyone have a picture?

hey, we're getting some decent music here finally, Jeremiah the Bullfrog, ABBA, and other great 70's hits!

maybe Bush is doing more than we think! Cheers,

drink a toast to our fare fighting men in the Persian Gulf! Joy to you and me
Hmmm... I actually live in Canada, not Australia! Vancouver does look a bit like Sydney though, being a coastal city, though we have a lot of mountains unlike our Australian counterpart. I see you live in California, so we are not so faraway from each other. In fact, you may even know where Vancouver is! It's a short, two hour flight from San Francisco, and much closer than the other side of the world!
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Old 02-08-2003, 01:36 AM   #22
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Oh, this reminds me... In Canada, we have this Canadian show called 'Rick Mercer, Talking To Americans' in which he goes around asking professors, students, professionals of all varieties, as well as common people, all kinds of (insanely stupid) questions regarding Canada. Well, on one episode they spoke to George Bush during the election campaign, and told him that our Priminister, Jean Putin (his name is really Jean Cretien) fully endorsed him to be the one to lead the "free world into the 21st century" - and Bush didn't even realize that gaff! Instead, he said, "well you thank your priminister - Jeann Putin - for the endorsment...he's a strong leader" hahaha! Not only that, but to add insult to injury, he proceeded to dig himself deeper into the hole he hadn't realized he even got himself into, by adding, "Canada is a strong nation, and our best neighbour to the North"!! How many neighbours to the North does George think they have? Canada is the only country situated on the 49th Parallel!!! haha. It was way too funny. I thought to myself, so *this* is the person leading the free world into the 21st Century???

Ah, I'm sure he's a nice guy. He just needs to be a bit better informed. He is a president, after all.
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