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Re: Americans
« Reply #100 on: 16/09/2004 04:54:21 »
Dogs that bark constantly at non-existent objects and cats that expect attention and then bite or scratch as repayment make really good target practice.  Small caliber high velocity ammo is better than the sub-sonic stuff.

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Re: Americans
« Reply #101 on: 16/09/2004 18:30:45 »
quote:
Originally posted by Exodus

LOL nice neil... Red Raw Ring tomorrow then lol!!!

I take back my views on cats, my girlfriend seems to be swaying my view on cats... at the moment my view is that i dont mind them. [;)]



You pathetic push over

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By the way, Sarah's bought another hamster. Cat food anyone ?


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Re: Americans
« Reply #102 on: 16/09/2004 21:36:46 »
Chris is another closet cat lover everyone !!!!

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« Reply #103 on: 16/09/2004 21:42:57 »
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Originally posted by roberth

That's a hard question, Neil. I've never owned a cat, but there is many that live around my area. I have no desire to harm them, but it doesn't bother me if they are killed by a dog or car. They decimate local wildlife, destroy my garden, cr@p in my son's sandpit and steal my dogs' food. Feral cats in Australia are one of the major destroyers of local fauna. They upset the delicate balance in most environments, roaming free in the nights, breeding and killing while their lazy arse owners sleep without care. They ate my homework, created havoc on our public transport, are responsible for the drought, started the war in Iraq and crashed my computer. Contrary to what most people will try and tell you, global warming is caused by cat farts not those lovely bovines.

"I don't mind PROPER cats"- what the hell does that mean, Rich? Are you getting a panther? You clearly don't like lions and tigers.



  I understand now Roberth..but, it was also cats that landed on the moon, discovered penicillin and invented the internet and I.T. ..think...if it wasn't for cats, we wouldn't be able to chat (uh oh !!!)


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« Reply #104 on: 16/09/2004 23:50:17 »
Yeah, yeah, but they had help on the internet thing from Al Gore, didn't they. He probably did most of the work, because cats are such lazy bastards.
 

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Re: Americans
« Reply #105 on: 17/09/2004 10:08:14 »
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Originally posted by chris

quote:
Originally posted by Exodus

LOL nice neil... Red Raw Ring tomorrow then lol!!!

I take back my views on cats, my girlfriend seems to be swaying my view on cats... at the moment my view is that i dont mind them. [;)]



You pathetic push over

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By the way, Sarah's bought another hamster. Cat food anyone ?


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Not another hamster???? if it bites me then its going in your kenwood mixer!!!!

as for your allegations of being a pushover, thats crap... i said i don't mind PROPER cats, not like that ball of fur your wife owns that looks like its been fired at a brick wall! [:(!]

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Re: Americans
« Reply #106 on: 18/09/2004 12:09:28 »
We can test the hamster's biting capacity with your phone couldn't we !?

C

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« Reply #107 on: 20/09/2004 02:17:28 »
Yeah, all you theoretical cat haters are probably like my Dad who talked about what a pain the "damned old cat" was.  But when we came back from vacation he was on the floor asking if "the lonely old puddy tat missed us".
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« Reply #108 on: 20/09/2004 03:18:21 »
I just love it when cutey cats make dough like this:



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« Reply #109 on: 20/09/2004 18:13:02 »
One way to prevent the cat from missing him at all would be to stamp on it, hard. Regularly. It definitely wouldn't miss him then !

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« Reply #110 on: 20/09/2004 18:22:41 »
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Originally posted by chris

We can test the hamster's biting capacity with your phone couldn't we !?

C

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i'm sure i'll get the punch line at some point...

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« Reply #111 on: 20/09/2004 23:45:09 »
Geez, you boys should try to get on better. You'll both be pleased to hear that we had our replacement fishing trip last Saturday. It was one of the best days we have had yet. Nothing to do with me getting biggest fish, again. This time it was a 62cm king fish. Mmmmm. I ate it ( with some help) on Sunday and Monday. Mmmmm. We caught a total of about 43 fish. Apart from the king fish, we caught one good sized rock cod and about 20 of each morwong and leather jacket. We were fishing in about 100 metres, approx. 10 kms from the coast. The day was warm and sunny with a 1/2 metre choppy swell and a slight breeze. We also had a minke whale circle us for about 20 minutes and we saw a humpback about 50 metres away later in the day.
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« Reply #112 on: 21/09/2004 09:14:38 »
I hate Trout.

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« Reply #113 on: 21/09/2004 23:49:06 »
Ok Neil, I cave in to your distate of our scaley swimmers......why exactly do you hate trout so much ?....I appreciate some people hate them , you seem to have a particularly high angst towards them. I'm not trying to convert you, just interested how this loathing of them came to be.
 

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« Reply #114 on: 28/09/2004 22:59:19 »
I just thought I might add that when i pull my horse into Mcdonalds i ushually forget to take off my cowboy hat, but i never forget my revolver!



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« Reply #115 on: 28/09/2004 23:48:24 »
That's a hard question, Robert. I've never owned a Trout, but there are many that live around my area. I have no desire to harm them, but it doesn't bother me if they are killed by a fisherman or cat. They decimate local wildlife, destroy my garden, crap in my son's pond and steal my dogs' food. Feral Trouts in England are one of the major destroyers of local fauna. They upset the delicate balance in most environments, roaming free in the nights, breeding and killing while their lazy arse owners sleep without care. They ate my homework, created havoc on our public transport, are responsible for the drought, started the war in Iraq and crashed my computer. Contrary to what most people will try and tell you, global warming is caused by Trout farts not those lovely felines.

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« Reply #116 on: 29/09/2004 00:12:37 »
Mwahahahaha
Reading this site in the morning, that really made my day, Neil. You forgot to change dogs' to cats', though.
 

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« Reply #117 on: 29/09/2004 01:16:37 »
Yes...I submit, you got me on that one !!!....but the real reasn I don't like trout is that they're too bony, and I don't like the flavour....besides that I like most fish.

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« Reply #118 on: 29/09/2004 01:43:21 »
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 This time it was a 62cm king fish. Mmmmm. I ate it ( with some help) on Sunday and Monday. Mmmmm. We caught a total of about 43 fish. Apart from the king fish, we caught one good sized rock cod and about 20 of each morwong and leather jacket. We were fishing in about 100 metres, approx. 10 kms from the coast. The day was warm and sunny with a 1/2 metre choppy swell and a slight breeze. We also had a minke whale circle us for about 20 minutes and we saw a humpback about 50 metres away later in the day.



Rob....Can you eat a morwong and leather jacket ?....and if you do, do they have distinct flavours ?

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« Reply #119 on: 29/09/2004 04:10:23 »
From America to trout what a fun tangent.
 

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« Reply #120 on: 29/09/2004 05:17:59 »
Morwong is sometimes referred to as deep sea bream. The flesh is white with only a few bones. We peel the skin from the leather jacket when we clean them and cut off the barbs. The flesh is also white and bone free. They both have a different taste and different textured flesh and are both good eating. They both make good bone free fillets, which is important for the kids. Out of these two, I prefer the leather jacket. I prefer king fish over these, then snapper, then barramundi would be my favourite (from what I've tried). Unfortunately, we wont catch barramundi anytime soon offshore Sydney.
 

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« Reply #121 on: 29/09/2004 05:43:01 »
I'm not too crazy about cats either. I've had friends with cats and they just give me the creeps. If you sit in the floor long enough, they will inevitably put their "pucker" right in your face! I don't want to see that! I wanna put a pencil in it! They beg you to pet 'em and rub all over you and when they're tired of it, they claw the hell out of you. They try to trip you when you're going down stairs. Hell, I'm convinced that if a dog owner died, their loyal friend would bark for help and if a cat owner died...the cat would eat them!I just don't trust them.

Are we talking about cats or my ex? I got lost for a sec.

Cats domesticated themselves! How shifty is that?! Coniving, manipulative, selfish, owner-eating weazel-esque varmints!
 

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« Reply #122 on: 29/09/2004 06:04:25 »
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One way to prevent the cat from missing him at all would be to stamp on it, hard. Regularly. It definitely wouldn't miss him then !

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« Reply #123 on: 29/09/2004 12:18:17 »


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« Reply #124 on: 18/09/2005 02:11:33 »
I loved this topic. Americans are ok, i haven't meet one that i haven't got on with, they were both very polite.

I got a bit pawed off when it went off topic and went onto cats.
[pawed off, ok not to good, i must try better]



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« Reply #125 on: 19/09/2005 01:58:46 »
As an American, I will venture to opine that most of what is said on this thread is pretty accurate. I will add a few criticisms of my fellow citizens in the USA.
   -we are overweight and getting more so. You may like our "fast food", but frankly I prefer slow food
   -we use more of our fair sure of Planet Earth's petroleum supply, which has led us to conclude that global warming does not exist (so we don't have to feel guilty)
   - yes we are pretty ignorant of the world beyond our borders. President Bush helped convince us to invade Iraq by hinting that it was involved in "terrorism"- which made many of us conclude that Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden are friends (nothing could be farther from the truth of course)
   -We are a bit schizo on the topic of freedom. We do not like our government telling us what to do. This is sometimes a bad thing. We had to undergo the September 11 event before we concluded that it is a good idea to search people in airports. We had to undergo Hurricane Katrina before we concluded that there are times that it is okay for the government to evacuate people in front of a killer storm.

I could go on. But I am still here, anyway.

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« Reply #126 on: 19/09/2005 12:33:16 »
Americans do defy any kind of classification as we come in all sizes and colors. Whole books can and have been written on the subject. So any observations are subject to exceptions.

One observation of a British friend was that Americans are much nicer when they are at home in their own country. There we feel secure and aren't constantly suggesting what is wrong with the country we are visiting.

I saw that for myself with two colleagues I had traveling with me in Germany. We were in a restraunt when they both ordered pizza (familiar). It wasn't the real greasy kind we often get in the states so they started their complaining, then got loud and boisterous trying to push away the strange and different culture that was surrounding them. I just got embarressed.

America does have a lot going for itself. I see a lot of comparisons with the Roman Empire. A vision for the world based on economic trade would be the positive side. You know the negative side. How much longer can it last? Probabily longer than most people think because of Yankee inovation. We roll with the punches and adapt pretty well.

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« Reply #127 on: 20/09/2005 00:27:11 »
When I thought about this topic, I pictured a set of weighing scales.

I pictured putting all the good stuff on the left hand side - e.g. the simpsons, south park, motown, cohen brothers, charlie kaufman, etc etc etc ...

Then I started putting the bad stuff on the right hand side.  I put on Arnie Schwarzenegger, then George W Bush - but that's as far as I got before the right hand side collapsed under the weight!
 

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« Reply #128 on: 27/09/2005 00:02:13 »
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Originally posted by qpan

Just wondering how entirely isolated you guys in the US are...

How many of you guys know that there is a place in the UK called Cambridge?

Just that when i talked to an american, and he asked me where i was, i told him and got a suprised reaction from him that there was another Cambridge in the world other than the one where MIT is and the one in Ontario.

Is he just very ignorant, or is the US really that isolated from the rest of the world?

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I know some Americans that don't even know there's a Cambridge in America...[:D]

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« Reply #129 on: 27/09/2005 01:02:47 »
How about washington, how many english people know there's a washington in the uk

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« Reply #130 on: 27/09/2005 20:04:16 »
Probably...Eight...


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« Reply #131 on: 28/09/2005 01:14:15 »
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How about washington, how many english people know there's a washington in the uk

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Not me !!..well, I do now ! , so according to the luscious Dr Nina [:D][;)] that makes 9 now.

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« Reply #132 on: 28/09/2005 01:50:14 »
Neil

You will find that most of our towns, cities and place names in the uk were used to name places in the US. even the smallest of towns and districts like Norwood, Dulwich, Crystal palace etc have a US equivalent.
Think of a big city in the us and we probably have a place called the same.


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« Reply #133 on: 28/09/2005 20:15:52 »
And a lot of our places were named after the Dukes and other people of high stature in the UK -America's origin- thanks for that ;-)  (Are there a lot fat people their too?)
The duke of York for example...

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« Reply #134 on: 28/09/2005 20:43:45 »
Honestly Dr Nina...are you being sizeist ?...yes we have horizontally challenged people  (in both directions)...but, i have never seen larger people than the ones i have seen in the US.....god bless america !

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« Reply #135 on: 28/09/2005 22:10:04 »
No of course not...I'm actaully concerned about the high obesity rate in america. Once in awhile I think it is good to look at life on a ligter side... and you know because I'm an old maid (can you be an old maid at 34? According to my sister inlaw you can...) and have no life...jk lol [:o)]
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« Reply #136 on: 29/09/2005 00:47:10 »
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No of course not...I'm actaully concerned about the high obesity rate in america. Once in awhile I think it is good to look at life on a ligter side... and you know because I'm an old maid (can you be an old maid at 34? According to my sister inlaw you can...) and have no life...jk lol [:o)]
P.S has anyone seen the documetary: Supersize me?
P.P.S I like the kitty Neil! Its cute!!!




Thanks Dr Nina...I knew you weren't being sizeist ..I was just being silly old me !....

PS:No, I haven't seen Supersize me, I've seen clips....I know people who have seen it and I really think I ought to. I gather the guy really damaged himself eh ?

PPS: I love the kitty too..thanks...makes me smile when I see it.

ppps: you are NOT an old maid at 34, and why do you say you have no life ? (i know it's a joke)...but I presume you'd rather be out having fun than being here eh ?

pppps: sorry for all the ' PS's '

ppppps:...DOH !![;)]


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« Reply #137 on: 29/09/2005 01:16:09 »
TO NLJB


I was looking through some old posts earlier and you  said you were 13 years old not 34

I know, a lady never gives out her real age [;)] [:)]

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« Reply #138 on: 29/09/2005 03:43:02 »
Oh I see that...my niece must have pretended to be me and used this, because I'm always logged on...She thinks she's so cute saying that everyone thinks I'm 13 going on 80, and that ever since I was little I studied science independently...that sounds like my devious little neice... I always tell her stories and she's always making fun... ARG! She did A whole bunch of them! She's pretty  intellegent scientist herself you know. I'll delete the ones she did...

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« Reply #139 on: 29/09/2005 13:44:47 »
So, who's the luscious Dr Nina Babe ?...the 13 or the 34 ?.....*Sigh*....I know it's the 34 eh ?...YAYYYY !

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« Reply #140 on: 29/09/2005 19:58:25 »
Yeah I'm 34... I wish I was 13!!!!!!
P.S is there anything higher than "Advanced Member"
P.P.S Are you kidding...this is fun for me!

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-wink |wi ng k| verb [ intrans. ] close and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a signal of affection or greeting : he winked at Nicole as he passed. ( wink at) pretend not to notice (something bad or illegal) : the authorities winked at their illegal trade. (of a bright object or a light) shine or flash intermittently. noun an act of closing and opening one eye quickly, typically as a signal : Barney gave him a knowing wink- THE DICTIONARY

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Re: Americans
« Reply #141 on: 29/09/2005 21:38:19 »
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P.S is there anything higher than "Advanced Member"
-"science |?s??ns| noun the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment"- the dictionary



Nope, advanced is as high as you get...except in my eyes, where you're already on a pedestal[:X]

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Re: Americans
« Reply #142 on: 29/09/2005 22:02:09 »
hahaha...I feel so special

-"science |?s??ns| noun the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment"- the dictionary
-wink |wi ng k| verb [ intrans. ] close and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a signal of affection or greeting : he winked at Nicole as he passed. ( wink at) pretend not to notice (something bad or illegal) : the authorities winked at their illegal trade. (of a bright object or a light) shine or flash intermittently. noun an act of closing and opening one eye quickly, typically as a signal : Barney gave him a knowing wink- THE DICTIONARY

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Re: Americans
« Reply #143 on: 30/09/2005 01:31:12 »
    OK if we're all being honest, i'm not 41 i'm only sixteen

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Re: Americans
« Reply #144 on: 30/09/2005 02:01:09 »
To be 16 again...

-"science |?s??ns| noun the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment"- the dictionary
-wink |wi ng k| verb [ intrans. ] close and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a signal of affection or greeting : he winked at Nicole as he passed. ( wink at) pretend not to notice (something bad or illegal) : the authorities winked at their illegal trade. (of a bright object or a light) shine or flash intermittently. noun an act of closing and opening one eye quickly, typically as a signal : Barney gave him a knowing wink- THE DICTIONARY

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Re: Americans
« Reply #145 on: 30/09/2005 03:07:06 »
Neil so if there nothing higher than advanced where does this withdrawnmist come from.

You ain't been hacking the software have you neil[:)]

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Re: Americans
« Reply #146 on: 30/09/2005 03:25:30 »
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Neil so if there nothing higher than advanced where does this withdrawnmist come from.

You ain't been hacking the software have you neil[:)]

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Cripes !!..that's an excellent question, thank you for reminding me Michael.

I think that once you hit 'Advanced' you can request to have something else put there.

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Re: Americans
« Reply #147 on: 14/10/2005 00:58:22 »





                           America Rules




                          That is all.
"Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas." -Joseph Stalin

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Re: Americans
« Reply #148 on: 14/10/2005 02:14:42 »
To   i_have_no_idea

guess what

you have no idea [:)]

but you knew that didnt you






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Re: Americans
« Reply #149 on: 14/10/2005 02:16:43 »
yeah...sigh... your probably, right but im pro-government.
"Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas." -Joseph Stalin