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Al Angello
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I love the British Isles because they speak our language.
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Woland
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My views would probably coincide with Theodore Dalrymple's or Mark Steyn's.
ClintonMagus
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On 2012-07-30 10:07, Al Angello wrote:
I love the British Isles because they speak our language.


Wrong! I talk American. They speak English... Smile
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Al Angello
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ClintonMagus
You seem to be stuck in the no fun zone.
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I spent a semester abroad in London when I was in college and I became very close to the people there when I started signing every week at a pub in the north part of london. When I left, they rented the club and brought recording equipment down so I could have a recording of all the musicians I met. We did a sea chanty at the end with 8 part harmony that I will never forget as long as I live. I have very close friends there to this day. Many of my clients are british and I love hanging out with them.
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I like and respect the Brits, kinda like an older brother ...
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On 2012-07-30 10:26, Al Angello wrote:
ClintonMagus
You seem to be stuck in the no fun zone.


Why do you say that? I love talking American (and Southern). Heck, I use them both a lot, y'all! Smile

So far as "fun" goes, you can't beat English, though.
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I'm from the States. It seems ike a pretty cool place to me, I'd like to go.
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I must stand for critter. While no longer common due to radio police boxes were used by beat cops to in.
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The types of boxes that police hang out (or even live) in is becoming more popular in Japan and the UK again, from what I heard in my International Criminal Justice class.
I'm only interested in the types of police boxes that Time Lords live in though.
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