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To Europe from an American reader

Old Jan 26th 2007, 7:55 am
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Runge
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Intellectual morrow has written, please take notice !

"Gregory Morrow" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]. net...
>
> Deeply Filled Mortician wrote:
>
>> Let is be knownst that on 26 Jan 2007 06:18:59 -0800, "PJ O'Donovan"
>> <[email protected]> writted:
>>
>> >www.brusselsjournal.com
>> >
>> >» 8 comments | 1109 reads
>> >>From an American Reader
>> >>From the desk of Paul Belien on Thu, 2007-01-25 09:05
>> >
>> >An American reader sent me the following message:
>> >
>> >"It is difficult at times to feel sorry for Europe as we have watched
>> >the majority of the population slouch off to a peculiar model of
>> >socialism.
>> >
>> >A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
>> >model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
>> >everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
>> >taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint. It is hard
>> >not to say we told you so but you sleep in the bed you make.
>> >
>> >Good luck."
>>
>> Europe relies on luck while the USA relies on GWB.
>
>
> And the time for both of them is running out...
>
> --
> Best
> Greg
>
>
>
 
Old Jan 26th 2007, 7:56 am
  #17  
Runge
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eveleth loves Runge bit >Runge does NOT love eveleth

"Earl Evleth" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
C1E00526.CE573%[email protected]...
> On 26/01/07 19:18, in article [email protected],
> "The
> Rifleman" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> We just give thanks to god every day they we were not born as yanks , or
>> morons, ah but I repeat myself.
>
>
> Mark Twain
>
> "Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but
> I
> repeat myself". Mark Twain
>
>
> We could be talking about gRunge,however
>
 
Old Jan 26th 2007, 7:57 am
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Runge
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eveleth is not well educated and well mannered but he is 100š% north
american.
Yankee go home !

"Earl Evleth" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
C1E005EC.CE579%[email protected]...
> On 26/01/07 19:19, in article [email protected],
> "The
> Rifleman" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed
>> North
>> American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
>
>
> They are also North Americans. I think the US Congress voted
> an resolution to that effect.
>
 
Old Jan 26th 2007, 7:58 am
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Poor guy, being chased by frau SS magda !
Even morrow doesn't want it, and he is really hungry !!

"Magda" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]...
> On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The Rifleman"
> <[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked like
> this:
>
> ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed
> North
> ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
>
> I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out he had
> lived +20 years
> in England.
>
 
Old Jan 26th 2007, 10:03 am
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"hummingbird" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> On 26 Jan 2007 06:18:59 -0800 'PJ O'Donovan'
> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
>
>>www.brusselsjournal.com
>>
>>� 8 comments | 1109 reads
>>>From an American Reader
>>>From the desk of Paul Belien on Thu, 2007-01-25 09:05
>>
>>An American reader sent me the following message:
>>
>>"It is difficult at times to feel sorry for Europe as we have watched
>>the majority of the population slouch off to a peculiar model of
>>socialism.
>>
>>A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
>>model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
>>everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
>>taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint. It is hard
>>not to say we told you so but you sleep in the bed you make.
>>
>>Good luck."
>
> And yet it was the US Twin Towers which got hit by terrorists.
> Go figure.

That's because those Islamic terrorists understood that the U.S.
wouldn't help breed them, as Europe has. They figured why
attack friends, when there are so many enemies? Just as you figured.

But look at what Islamic terrorists have accomplished in Europe,
in having brought a stark meaning to the term "home-grown." See --
http://michellemalkin.com/archives/004448.htm
You must be so proud!!!


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Old Jan 26th 2007, 7:21 pm
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-Mango
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"Harry The Horse" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> "PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected] ups.com...
> www.brusselsjournal.com
>>
>>A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
>> model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
>> everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
>> taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint.
>>
> Lie. The British pint still can be purchased in pubs up and down the
> land.

At least the Poms know how much goes in a pint. You get short changed in
the USA (which considering the dishwater they drink is probably a good
thing).

>
 
Old Jan 26th 2007, 9:58 pm
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On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 17:03:28 -0600 'Planet Visitor II'
posted this onto uk.politics.misc:

>"hummingbird" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected].. .
>> On 26 Jan 2007 06:18:59 -0800 'PJ O'Donovan'
>> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
>>
>>>www.brusselsjournal.com
>>>
>>>� 8 comments | 1109 reads
>>>>From an American Reader
>>>>From the desk of Paul Belien on Thu, 2007-01-25 09:05
>>>
>>>An American reader sent me the following message:
>>>
>>>"It is difficult at times to feel sorry for Europe as we have watched
>>>the majority of the population slouch off to a peculiar model of
>>>socialism.
>>>
>>>A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
>>>model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
>>>everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
>>>taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint. It is hard
>>>not to say we told you so but you sleep in the bed you make.
>>>
>>>Good luck."
>>
>> And yet it was the US Twin Towers which got hit by terrorists.
>> Go figure.

>That's because those Islamic terrorists understood that the U.S.
>wouldn't help breed them, as Europe has. They figured why
>attack friends, when there are so many enemies? Just as you figured.

More likely is that they see the US as The Great Satan and their
No.1 target.


>But look at what Islamic terrorists have accomplished in Europe,
>in having brought a stark meaning to the term "home-grown." See --
>http://michellemalkin.com/archives/004448.htm
>You must be so proud!!!

But surely those who apparently hit the Twin Towers were home grown.
They were living in the US with the right paperwork...

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Old Jan 26th 2007, 11:26 pm
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Let is be knownst that on Fri, 26 Jan 2007 19:33:00 +0100, Magda
<[email protected]> writted:

>On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The Rifleman"
><[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked like this:
>
> ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed North
> ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
>
>I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out he had lived +20 years
>in England.

I know one of them here in Genova too, but she's been out of the USA
for a while know, and says she usually feels like throwing rocks at
other USAsians.
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Old Jan 27th 2007, 12:05 am
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-Magda
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On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 13:26:03 +0100, in rec.travel.europe, Deeply Filled Mortician
<deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> arranged some electrons, so they looked like
this:

... Let is be knownst that on Fri, 26 Jan 2007 19:33:00 +0100, Magda
... <[email protected]> writted:
...
... >On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The Rifleman"
... ><[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked like this:
... >
... > ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed North
... > ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
... >
... >I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out he had lived +20 years
... >in England.
...
... I know one of them here in Genova too, but she's been out of the USA
... for a while know, and says she usually feels like throwing rocks at
... other USAsians.

All I want to do to my "fellow citizens" is shut them up, they make such stooopid comments
they make me cringe. Once, in Versailles, admiring the gardens, I heard one of them saying
that the landscape designer deserved an *Oscar*! My kingdom for three inches of duct
tape!!!

Thank heavens, only her family (and yours *unhappy* truly) understood the words...
 
Old Jan 27th 2007, 1:57 am
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Magda wrote:

> On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 13:26:03 +0100, in rec.travel.europe, Deeply Filled
Mortician
> <deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> arranged some electrons, so
they looked like
> this:
>
> ... Let is be knownst that on Fri, 26 Jan 2007 19:33:00 +0100, Magda
> ... <[email protected]> writted:
> ...
> ... >On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The
Rifleman"
> ... ><[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked
like this:
> ... >
> ... > ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well
dressed North
> ... > ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
> ... >
> ... >I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out
he had lived +20 years
> ... >in England.
> ...
> ... I know one of them here in Genova too, but she's been out of the USA
> ... for a while know, and says she usually feels like throwing rocks at
> ... other USAsians.
>
> All I want to do to my "fellow citizens" is shut them up, they make such
stooopid comments
> they make me cringe. Once, in Versailles, admiring the gardens, I heard
one of them saying
> that the landscape designer deserved an *Oscar*! My kingdom for three
inches of duct
> tape!!!


Well, was she referring to the 1938 version of _Marie Antoinette_ or the
very recent version...???

;---p


> Thank heavens, only her family (and yours *unhappy* truly) understood the
words...
>


If "Rita" had been around she would have smacked the yob on the head with a
big fat herring...

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Old Jan 27th 2007, 4:29 am
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Let is be knownst that on Sat, 27 Jan 2007 14:05:27 +0100, Magda
<[email protected]> writted:

>On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 13:26:03 +0100, in rec.travel.europe, Deeply Filled Mortician
><deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> arranged some electrons, so they looked like
>this:
>
> ... Let is be knownst that on Fri, 26 Jan 2007 19:33:00 +0100, Magda
> ... <[email protected]> writted:
> ...
> ... >On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The Rifleman"
> ... ><[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked like this:
> ... >
> ... > ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed North
> ... > ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
> ... >
> ... >I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out he had lived +20 years
> ... >in England.
> ...
> ... I know one of them here in Genova too, but she's been out of the USA
> ... for a while know, and says she usually feels like throwing rocks at
> ... other USAsians.
>
>All I want to do to my "fellow citizens" is shut them up, they make such stooopid comments
>they make me cringe. Once, in Versailles, admiring the gardens, I heard one of them saying
>that the landscape designer deserved an *Oscar*! My kingdom for three inches of duct
>tape!!!
>
>Thank heavens, only her family (and yours *unhappy* truly) understood the words...

Madga, if you haven't watch the Borat movie, you're missing out on a
piece of magic. A really cringworthy piece of worth, especially the
drunk guys in the campervan and the guy at the start of the rodeo
scene.
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Old Jan 27th 2007, 4:36 am
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-Martin
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On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 18:29:25 +0100, Deeply Filled Mortician
<deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> wrote:

>Let is be knownst that on Sat, 27 Jan 2007 14:05:27 +0100, Magda
><[email protected]> writted:
>
>>On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 13:26:03 +0100, in rec.travel.europe, Deeply Filled Mortician
>><deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> arranged some electrons, so they looked like
>>this:
>>
>> ... Let is be knownst that on Fri, 26 Jan 2007 19:33:00 +0100, Magda
>> ... <[email protected]> writted:
>> ...
>> ... >On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:19:56 -0000, in rec.travel.europe, "The Rifleman"
>> ... ><[email protected]> arranged some electrons, so they looked like this:
>> ... >
>> ... > ... I actually met a polite, well educated, well mannered , well dressed North
>> ... > ... American chap once, naturally he turned out to be Canadian.
>> ... >
>> ... >I met one of those too - soft-spoken, as well - and then found out he had lived +20 years
>> ... >in England.
>> ...
>> ... I know one of them here in Genova too, but she's been out of the USA
>> ... for a while know, and says she usually feels like throwing rocks at
>> ... other USAsians.
>>
>>All I want to do to my "fellow citizens" is shut them up, they make such stooopid comments
>>they make me cringe. Once, in Versailles, admiring the gardens, I heard one of them saying
>>that the landscape designer deserved an *Oscar*! My kingdom for three inches of duct
>>tape!!!
>>
>>Thank heavens, only her family (and yours *unhappy* truly) understood the words...
>
>Madga, if you haven't watch the Borat movie, you're missing out on a
>piece of magic. A really cringworthy piece of worth, especially the
>drunk guys in the campervan and the guy at the start of the rodeo
>scene.

You missed his Dutch TV interview where he assumed that all Dutchmen including
the interviewer were after his body.

You can find lots of clips from his act on youtube.com
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Old Jan 27th 2007, 4:45 am
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"Gregory Morrow" <[email protected]> kirjoitti
viestiss�:[email protected]. earthlink.net...
>
Don't tamper your tagline you miserable little faggot.
 
Old Jan 27th 2007, 6:41 am
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Gregory Morrow
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Markku Grönroos wrote:

> "Gregory Morrow" <[email protected]> kirjoitti
> viestissÀ:[email protected] .earthlink.net...
> >
> Don't tamper your tagline you miserable little faggot.


What...???

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Old Jan 27th 2007, 6:46 am
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-Magda
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On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 19:41:14 GMT, in rec.travel.europe, "Gregory Morrow" <[email protected]>
arranged some electrons, so they looked like this:

...
... Markku Gr�nroos wrote:
...
... > "Gregory Morrow" <[email protected]> kirjoitti
... > viestiss�:[email protected]. earthlink.net...
... > >
... > Don't tamper your tagline you miserable little faggot.
...
...
... What...???

He is speaking Finnish. Don't bother.
 

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