#119905 - 11/28/0311:20 PMRe: Thanksgiving in Baghdad! ...
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I always still have a couple places to move to in Europe.<p><hr></blockquote><p>As I recall, you've gloated about how smart you were to move to Canada when that mean old U.S economy supposedly put your store out of business, and now you just sit around smoking your weed and hawking dubious vitamins. <br><br>And now, you brag that if the new Canadian admin spoils your fun, you'll just up and move to another country. Yeah, that'll show 'em! You're one tough cookie, cookie, and I admire your resolve.<br><br>Sheesh! <br><br>
Hey, I don't smoke pot! (did years ago) Canadians do. And yes, if I don't like the place, I will leave, the same way I left the states. <br><br>I do not belive in war or any type of fight. I belive that everything can be solved with diplomacy and not weapons. If I feel that the country I am in goes nutts, of course I will leave. I am not a patriot of any sorte, and I belive that media brain washed people will get what they deserve. <br>For now, Canada is my #1 choice, but if things change, I keep my options opened and will not support stupid behavior from a country no matter how much I like it. <br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
_________________________________________ "The United States is by far the largest exporter of weapons in the world, selling more weapons than the next 14 countries combined."
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Hey, I don't smoke pot! (did years ago) Canadians do. And yes, if I don't like the place, I will leave, the same way I left the states. <p><hr></blockquote><p> Yes, all Canadians smoke pot. It's a citizenship requirement.<br><br>(:->p) <br><br>Gadzooks, man! If you can indulge in silly-@ssed generalizations about your current chosen country this easily, no wonder your fellow Americans might be relieved to be rid of you! Nor do I know if it's so cool to be so anti-patriotic; methinks you're actually vehemently patriotic to your own perceived independent spirit.<br><br>Anyway, if the new gov pisses you off so much that you scoot off to seek nirvana elsewhere, perhaps it won't be such a bad thing. And one more point: countries don't act stupid - people do. So good luck finding that elusive cool place worthy of your patronage. Over and out.<br><br>max
Thanks, sross! Although I think that in retrospect I was off the mark a bit - entire countries can be every bit as stupid as individuals. History is lousy with stupid countries and their stupid deeds. As is true of the opposite, natch. Cheers!<br><br>max
I just got back from Thanksgiving in Dayton.<br><br>I just have to say I saw this (the President's visit) as the news was breaking. I had chills up my spine, tears in my eyes and pride in my heart. I was so proud of President Bush not acting the roll of Commander in Chief, but actually being the Commander in Chief and being with his troups on Thanksgiving. I was simply blown away.<br><br>It was, by far, the coolest thing I've ever seen a President do.<br><br><br><br>
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