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England Vs. America (Wales not encluded) by Satan's Plaything on 2003-09-12 17:15:41
Got to find out here - as there seems to be several transatlantic brethren. Surely each has its own classic letdowns. Surely Canada ends up the only safe haven (if only they had a decent rugby side). Weigh in - be counted - enquiring minds want to know (hell I haven't figured it out yet)!
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|Re: England Vs. America (Wales not encluded) by tom cowan fan on 2003-09-13 12:37:29 | Reply to this|
|english people actually speak english!|
|Re: England Vs. America (Wales not encluded) by BlueMorpho on 2003-09-13 16:10:17 | Reply to this|
|yes, well, here, on THIS side of the pond we Yanks realized long before George Dubya that war breeds war and more war ad infinitum. Although we are supposed to be allies in all this muck I feel most removed from the UK (aside from the exchange here in Taterland). America has incurred the wrath of EVERYONE else on the planet and it's a creepy situation to be in for sure... Is Taterland our only hope? Will the UK and US make Peace over hash browns, baked or au gratin potatoes?|
|Re: England Vs. America (Wales not encluded) by Kid on 2003-09-14 12:47:47 | Reply to this|
England vs. America? At what? They're two landmasses, one with upward of 250,000,000 inhabitants and one with less than 70,000,000 - that's about 4:1 by my Maths.
The only difference between the two countries is that in America, a group is viewed as one entity whereas in England, they are not.