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davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 10:35 AM

LIVING IN ENGLAND

Good things about living in England

Everyone speaks english
It never gets too hot
We have Shakespeare
We have black pudding
We have the Beatles
We have James Bond
It rains a lot (which is good if you like rain, and I do)

Not so good things about living in England

Way too close to France
It can be cold
The British Empire
The crusades
Too close to France (did I say that already)



erin0620
Erin0620  (Level: 77.2 - Posts: 737)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:06 AM

Good things about living in the southern US

Everyone speaks english, ya'll (or spanish or whatever)
It never gets too cold
We have Mark Twain
We have biscuits and gravy
We have Larry the Cable guy...yeah
It is humid (which is good if you like humidity, and I don't)

Not so good things

Too close to French Canadians
It can be hot
The Confederacy
history of civil wrongs/slavery
Also too close to France..you can never say it too many times

wishbone
Wishbone  (Level: 36.5 - Posts: 22)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:08 AM

Very good, i live in Lancashire and yeh, loads of rain.

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:20 AM

Lancashire hey, I lived there twice for a few years, once as a kid and once as an adult

surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:30 AM

And then you have Surrey ......

Warmer, softer, greener, sunnier, with the best beer, food, pubs, villages, mansions, palaces, cottages, lanes ...

No point in comparing really.

(Duck!)

pennwoman
Pennwoman  (Level: 155.2 - Posts: 2478)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:32 AM

Good things about living in southwestern Pennsylvania

Spring,Summer and Fall are almost perfect weather
Pittsburgh, best little city in the world
Your Superbowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers
Our gently rolling hills and mountains
Everyone speaks English and lots of people speak German and Hungarian and Russian and.....
We are close enough to West Virgina to make lots of jokes
We are close enough to New York City and the ocean to enjoy it


Bad thing about living in southwestern Pennsylvania
The endless, nonstop, cold, frozen, ceaseless, everything is either freaking brown or white, winters
(it is possible that they are not bad winters, ask me again in 3 months)


achad
Achad  (Level: 204.2 - Posts: 661)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:41 AM

Ah, but no decent football teams Alan!

goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 11:54 AM

Penn, from the point of southeast PA, our winter has not been bad at all. Windier than I like it, and only one good snow this year but other than that not bad at'all. Works for me.

pennwoman
Pennwoman  (Level: 155.2 - Posts: 2478)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 12:04 PM

LOL very true Goddess, it IS possible that there was quite a bit of whining there....

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 12:07 PM

Oh and cricket is great, another good thing

goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 12:12 PM

Ya think? LOL!!!

salzypat
Salzypat  (Level: 156.5 - Posts: 5316)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 1:23 PM

Best things about living in southwestern Nebraska:

Spring and fall have perfect weather
Winters can be cold and snowy but the storms usually come in spurts and there are warm-ups in between
3 or 4 hours of driving can get you to a city of good size for shopping, entertainment, specialized healthcare
Interstate highway outside of town
Low smog factor
Good drinking water (in some places)
Good healthcare facilities
Excellent retirement facilities
Union Pacific Railroad - helps stabilize the town's economy
People are hardworking, friendly and (most are) trustworthy and their handshake is as good as a signed contract.
University of Nebraska CORNHUSKER FOOTBALL TEAM -- Go Huskers!

Bad things about Southwestern Nebraska

Summers are hot and humid, even when there's a drought, and more darned bugs than you can shake a stick at
Tornadoes
High taxes









goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 1:35 PM

"3 or 4 hours of driving can get you to a city of good size for shopping, entertainment, "

I don't think I have ever lived that far from a city before.

suzer22
Suzer22  (Level: 165.6 - Posts: 1982)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 1:39 PM

Good things about living in Arizona

October, November, December, January, February, March, April
Winter is from December 30th until January 10th
We are ever increasing the number of arts organizations
We have semi-respectable pro Baseball. Football, Basketball and Hockey teams
We have ski-worthy mountains, lakes to boat in, rivers to float down and the Grand Canyon, all within a few hours drive of each other


Not so good things about living in Arizona

It's way too hot from mid-April until the end of September
Hardly anyone speaks English
We make strange political choices (Ev Mecham, Fife Symington, Sheriff Joe)
We're ranked 51st out of the 50 states + DC for per student spending in public education
We have the 2nd highest student:teacher ratio in the country (according to the 07-08 NEA report)

goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 1:53 PM

Good things about living in Southeastern Pa

April, May and September (beautiful weather, low humidity)
Poconos only an hour away
The ocean is only 90 minutes away
The Liberty Bell
Mostly English speaking, but that is changing fast
The Turnpike and the Blue Route make it easy to get to the city, and Interstate 95 is just down the road
Excellent school districts

Bad things about living here

Mostly English speaking, but that is changing fast
Commonwealth
January, February and August (Too cold and too hot)
The police in my town are @ss&oles.



smoke
Smoke  (Level: 96.7 - Posts: 12009)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 1:59 PM

Best things about Northeast Florida:

Beaches and other natural beauties and wonders

Mild winters with a dozen nights a year when the temp dips a few degrees below freezing.

Long and rewarding growing season with growth and lots of flowers all year long

Eclectic mix of residents and visitors from all over the country and the world

Barbecue

Worst things about North Florida:

Ignorance and racism

Mosquitoes, fire ants and love bugs in that order; prolific gigantic creepy crawlies in general

Hurricanes, tornadoes, and being lightning capital of the earth with fried TVs, microwaves, stereos and computers.

No decent newspaper with a challenging crossword

Killing sun and heat that makes life unbearable without AC for three months of the year.

No baseball and not much football.






goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 2:01 PM

Well said Ma, that's how I remember it exactly!

ladyvol
Ladyvol  (Level: 205.4 - Posts: 5490)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 2:42 PM

The best things about living in Tennessee are: Nashville, the home of the Grand Old Opry and the Country Music Capital of the World. The Smoky Mountains, all of my family lives here, the pretty decent weather year round, UT Football, the friendliness, Graceland, great homemade Southern cooking, Iced tea, Coca Cola, Moonpies, nearly everyone speaks English...
The worst things about living in Tennessee are: our idiot governor, taxes, the education system, and being thought of as barefoot ignorant hillbillies by people in the North!
I wouldn't live anywhere else!
Vickie

aquamar
Aquamar  (Level: 179.0 - Posts: 910)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 3:26 PM

Good things about living in Southwestern Oregon

Blackberries, boysenberries, loganberries, black raspberries and mushroom picking in the spring and fall.
Salmon-fishing
Crater Lake, Mount Hood, Columbia river, dunes, caves, Hells Canyon and Fossil Beds
We have 780,000 ac. of State forests
Largest city Portland pop 533,427
State motto: Alis volat propriis (She flies with her own wings)


Bad things

Liberalism (enough to choke on)
I'm four and a half hrs. from the largest city
Fog, snow, cold, rain, ice and wasps not necessarily in that order
Education not being a priority

chickfbref1
Chickfbref1  (Level: 120.7 - Posts: 2012)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 3:41 PM

Good things about living in Chicago:
4 Real Seasons
Lake Michigan
Giant ethnic melting pot, great food at every corner.
Parade for every holiday (and some we make up ourselves).
Everything you've ever wanted to buy, see or do at your doorstep (like NY, but cleaner and less congested).
Huge airport that can take you anywhere in the world when you need a break.
Midwesterners everywhere
Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks and Cubs
Dependably corrupt politicians

Bad things:
Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks and Cubs
Dependably corrupt politicians
Too close to France.

HRH...Me.



goddess28
Goddess28  (Level: 92.6 - Posts: 5236)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 3:57 PM

LOL @ Chick

wordster
Wordster  (Level: 159.5 - Posts: 911)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 6:24 PM

Good things about living in England

We are in easy reach of Europe including France!
It's a centre for culture & football (soccer).
If I throw my shoes at the Prime Minister I'll only get a good kicking from the police and community service.
We have a tradition for world class comedians and comedy.
We are good at queuing and apologising.
Beautiful countryside.
We make great cheese,beer and fish & chips.
Potato crisps (chips) even come in Cajun Squirrel flavour!
You don't need medical insurance.

Bad things:

Sales tax is 17.5% (15% this year)
The health service is falling apart.
Way too many health & safety regulations.
In a few decades we could be the most densely populated country in the world.
The cost of living is way too high.
We don't make such good wine.
No pro-baseball.
Soon we will have to carry ID cards.
The last 2 summers have been atrocious (way, way too much rain)



kaufman
Kaufman  (Level: 257.0 - Posts: 3936)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 6:24 PM

Good things about living in DC:

Four real seasons
A true cultural melting pot, with nearly every cuisine imaginable available
Smithsonian, Kennedy Center, and hundreds of other great cultural opportunities
Alex Ovechkin
Two hours from the mountains, three hours from the ocean
The excitement of a seat of power
The monuments
Trees

Bad things about living in DC:

People panic at the word "snow"
Heat and real humidity in the summer
Red tape of three jurisdictions in the metro area who can't agree on anything
Wizards, Nats and Dan Snyder
Everyone thinks they're the most important person on the planet
Two hours from the next exit on the Beltway
Has the French Embassy


bushyfox
Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 6:48 PM

Good things about living in this particular part of Oz....

You can BBQ all year round
There is always something brightly flowering, even in winter
There are varied and interesting hiking trails and campsites
We have a great footy team (Go Knights!)
We get visited daily by a wealth of brightly-colored parrots
We are way north of the recent devastating bushfires
We are way south of the recent devastating cyclones and floods
We have some of the world's best surfing beaches (International Surfest every March!)
We have one of the world's best wine regions
Our seafood is scrumptious and fresh
We have a huge lake for swimming, fishing, boating and water-skiing
We have the cutest fauna
Etc, etc!!

Howeverrrrrrr.........

Our summers are too danged hot (We hit 118F in early February)
Bushfires can wipe you out, regardless of where you live
That "cute fauna" mentioned above is mostly nocturnal
The Knights have not won a Premiership since 2002
Our summers are too danged hot
We don't have any "real" mountains
We have the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world
We have the highest incidence of analgesic-abuse in the world
We have the highest incidence of asthma in the world
Our summers are too danged hot
We now rival America for obesity












bushyfox
Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 6:52 PM

Another good thing:
Our multicultural society means that you can try almost ANY cuisine and learn ANY language in this city!
It's GREAT for the "Foodies"!

Badbadbad...
Our Dept. of Immigration wants to know way more'n they really need to know.


~Bev

donden
Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 7:36 PM

Good for your DOI

achad
Achad  (Level: 204.2 - Posts: 661)
Sat, 14th Mar '09 8:01 PM

Bev, isn't obesity restricted to your cricketers?

Andy.

joee
Joee  (Level: 156.3 - Posts: 255)
Sun, 15th Mar '09 6:12 PM

Bev, You forgot vegemite and did you remember to mention the heat!

koota
Koota  (Level: 181.9 - Posts: 2104)
Sun, 15th Mar '09 6:30 PM

OMG! I think I'm moving to OZ!

Also ... what Aquamar said about Oregon +

PACIFIC NW:

GOOD;;
Truly weird people
Bumper stickers that say things like, "Keep Portland Weird".
July, August, September ... the best weather on the planet. Sunny and low humidity


BAD:
Excessive rain in October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May and June.

oldcougar
Oldcougar  (Level: 220.4 - Posts: 1935)
Sun, 15th Mar '09 9:29 PM

Don't be a baby, Katy, you're not so sweet that you are made of sugar & will melt

Loved the Wet Coast weather today, overcast with high winds, then snow, next sleet, on to rain, Sun came out long enough to get a walk in & then it started reversing the order. Where's that damn Tiki Bar



clevercloggs
Clevercloggs  (Level: 27.4 - Posts: 1246)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 2:57 AM

Good things about living in England

It is so cosmopolitan, going around London is like going around the world.
The climate. Never too hot, seldom too cold. No real tornadoes, hurricanes etc.
We have the best comedy on the planet. AbFab, The Office, Python, Blackadder etc
We have the "full English" breakfast
We have the best bands on the planet...Sabbath, Floyd, Zepelin. Purple etc
We have Tottenham Hotspur and the England rugby team.
The insignificance of religion.


Not so good things about living in England

The British Empire
Being a virtual aircraft carrier for the US
The shame of Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine
Too tolerant of the spread of islam


surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 6:24 AM

Amazing how many places come within "Living In England"!

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 9:58 AM

It is, then again, we did create modern America, populate Canada, rule India and use Australia as an open prison

surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 11:31 AM

And a lot of the rest of the world too!
But you boast more than I dare ........... !

surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 11:43 AM

Well, Clevercloggs, being a bit serious, some of we more senile Sploofers were involved in the Empire - albeit often involuntarily!
And its history & geography happens to have been probably my major interest over the years.
I'm by no means saying there wasn't good & bad.
But I don't like seeing it just cast aside.
But, then, I only have one vote!

jeannette
Jeannette  (Level: 111.1 - Posts: 1736)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 1:21 PM

good things about living in england
your never far away from your family
its steeped in history
you can do a good old fashioned pub crawl
the grass is allways green
corner shops they still exist
bad things
it rains to much
the health service is in a bad way
lots of people out of work
the big thing for me is we sit back and let the goverment tax us on everything and dont kick up a storm over it we are the most taxed people in europe
my penny worth


knerd
Knerd  (Level: 99.0 - Posts: 1141)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 4:21 PM

Living in Marietta, Ga. - upside -
beautiful springs and falls and moderate summers and winters
friendly people
20 minutes from a big city
1 1/2 - 2 hours from great mountains
4-6 hours to several coasts (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina)
lots of parks, Stone Mountain, Six Flags, White Water Park
lots of venues for live music
great restaurants, shopping, playhouses

downside -
busiest airport in the world - delays
politics
intolerance and prejudice

collioure
Collioure  (Level: 104.9 - Posts: 9952)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 4:45 PM

Good things about living in SW Mediterranean France

Great Weather
Wonderful people
Gorgeous countryside
Beach is close (10-15 min)
Mountains are close
Great food
RyanAir will take you anywhere in Europe for pennies
Everyone else is jealous of you
Hey, what's not to like here?

Bad things about living in France
Inferior beef, no good corn on the cob or Lima beans


garrybl
Garrybl  (Level: 280.2 - Posts: 6643)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 5:52 PM

Great things about living in NY the city that never sleeps.

Great music arts plays
Marvellous restaurants.
Everyone wants to walk/ride/jog as fast as possible.
Central Park
Great cheap taxis
Good subway and buses
Mayor Bloomberg (who is paid nothing)
TKTS half-price tickets
We do have a spring and fall -- and even get the trees turning red in Autumn
The New York Times

Everything costs a lot
The portions encourage me to eat too much
Too much traffic
Broadway prices are exorbitant
Summers too hot Winters too cold
The New York Post


bbear
Bbear  (Level: 161.7 - Posts: 2301)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 6:08 PM

Good things about living in the Big Easy (New Orleans)

Open window weather six months out of the year
The food
The music
The parades
Jazz Fest and Mardi Gras
The beautiful old homes
The live oak trees
The "just folks"
The best police department in the world

Not so good things

The weather from May until October
Horrid public schools
Bad drug-related crime
People who think they speak English but really don't
Gold teeth and pants around knees (gad that gets old)



collioure
Collioure  (Level: 104.9 - Posts: 9952)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 7:31 PM

Barry, you got the NYT in the wrong group.

The bloom is off that rose and has been for quite a while.

The Washington Post is the leading paper in the land.

garrybl
Garrybl  (Level: 280.2 - Posts: 6643)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 7:41 PM

EXCUSE ME Collioure!
You make your own list and I'll make mine; but keep your d****d nose out of my personal list. And I'll thank you to keep your d****d political post where they belong. I live in NY I'll read a NY paper thank you.

Barry


collioure
Collioure  (Level: 104.9 - Posts: 9952)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 7:49 PM

I used to read it too, Barry.

Problem is they don't present the news accurately any longer.

knerd
Knerd  (Level: 99.0 - Posts: 1141)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 7:53 PM

Andy, do you even know how arrogant you come across?

collioure
Collioure  (Level: 104.9 - Posts: 9952)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 8:08 PM

Knerd, I know that I can depend on the Washington Post today (and for the last 15 years) and that I can no longer depend on the New York Times and have not been able to for some time.

Do I have to list the number of phony stories they've printed, or note the placement of key news items vs the Washington Post, or detail the problem editors they have had to let go, or speak to their dire financial situation?

You can label that arrogance if you wish.

But for me those are established facts. I want the news, much as I used to see it on PBS from Jim Lehrer, and the Times no longer delivers that.

knerd
Knerd  (Level: 99.0 - Posts: 1141)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 9:02 PM

That is your opinion, Andy. That is what I mean by arrogance. Because you feel differently about something you state that it is wrong. I saw you mention on a different thread that you thought Bill O'Reilly was a fine news commentator - I do NOT agree. But it comes down to a matter of taste, individual preference - and there is plenty of room for everyone to have their own without it being questioned and challenged. I actually enjoy a lot of your posts, Andy. You seem to be a very caring individual, but maybe a little intolerant of opinions that differ from yours. What is it they say in France? - Vive la difference!

pennwoman
Pennwoman  (Level: 155.2 - Posts: 2478)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 10:35 PM

How did this very lovely thread get so off track!

Good thing about living in southwestern Pennsylvania

is there are purple crocuses popping up everywhere.
having my nephews live near me -- I got to hear both of them play piano tonight, even though Lucas whined about it throughout his beautiful song.
Having the 2nd largest St Pats day parade in the country.


knerd
Knerd  (Level: 99.0 - Posts: 1141)
Mon, 16th Mar '09 10:39 PM

And a sorry to David and others - this is indeed a lovely thread! Carry on!

clevercloggs
Clevercloggs  (Level: 27.4 - Posts: 1246)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 1:15 AM

Surreyman wrote.......Well, Clevercloggs, being a bit serious, some of we more senile Sploofers were involved in the Empire - albeit often involuntarily!
And its history & geography happens to have been probably my major interest over the years.
I'm by no means saying there wasn't good & bad.
But I don't like seeing it just cast aside.

I agree that many were better off under the British than say the Spanish. The world was being divided up then by a few European countries, we were just better at it then the others !!! I know many in India think that country has done better because of the Raj.


collioure
Collioure  (Level: 104.9 - Posts: 9952)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 4:32 AM

Knerd, did I say anyone was wrong on this thread?

I state my opinion. Others are free to state theirs. I will never state that someone else is "wrong" other than when it concerns my own personal self. I may suggest that someone is "mistaken."

Regarding O'Reilly possibly you have misquoted me . I habitually note that he is a fine telejournalist except when he gets on his high horse and injects his own personal opinion over that of his guest. I always qualify his journalist excellence with such. He brings many excellent, well-researched stories to light, in particular the issue of sexual predators in which he has been instrumental in bringing Jessica's law to fruition in numerous states.

BTW I no longer see O'Reilly here in France, but I did become aware of his dispute with the hilarious (now Sen?)
Al Franken, in which he O'Reilly acted like an arse and deserved to lose.

surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 6:45 AM

Well, Clevercloggs, at least your view is more benign than most these days!
Unfortunately we seem to have had Newspeak in British education since around the 1960s so that several generations of kids have been 'taught' a lot of PC stuff that, if not inaccurate, is incredibly slanted.
And people wonder why the pride of being British is so waning.
When our Prime Minister lowered himself to the extent that he officially apologised for the slave trade, I gave up!
Nothing about the Arabs and Africans who were in fact the major players (and still are), nothing about Britain leading the world in anti-slavery legislation.
I could go on for hours, so I'll stop!

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 8:58 AM

I started this thread so we could tell others what we like or maybe do not like about where we live. Peoples opinions on where they live is exactly that, their opinions. Everyone should read and enjoy other peoples posts. This is not a place to criticize.

So anyway, here are some more things about living in England

I like learning about the history, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Victoria. Oliver Cromwell and the civil war
I like Everton football club
Bangers and mash is great with gravy
The National Trust

surreyman
Surreyman  (Level: 260.9 - Posts: 2770)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 9:04 AM

I'm enjoying.
My post was simply about one of the aspects I dislike about living in Britain.
Did you not just criticise me?

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 9:45 AM

I don't think I did, hey I am not critical of anyone, that was my point. I am enjoying your posts

knerd
Knerd  (Level: 99.0 - Posts: 1141)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 9:53 AM

Don't think he was referring to you, Alan.

davidf
Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 11:52 AM

I wasn't

francesann
Francesann  (Level: 55.5 - Posts: 124)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 12:26 PM

Living in England

Unpredictable Weather - what would us English talk about if we had proper seasons
Football - We are passionate about our team, till they lose! Come on you Spurs
Animals - We love our animals and probably look after them better than needy people, I have two cats
Food - We do eat some funny stuff, but then so does everyone else
Scenery - We do have some beautiful scenery, I live in Cumbria and no matter what the weather, you can see the beauty of nature

Trish

kasp767982
Kasp767982  (Level: 157.8 - Posts: 153)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 12:39 PM

good things about living in England
your never far away from your family (it just seems like it sometimes)
still loads of little villages
clean beaches, pretty too
anti smoking laws in public places (duck)
you can do a good old fashioned pub crawl (oh yeahhhhhh hic)
corner shops they still exist (JUST)

bad things about living in England
folk keep saying that we don't complain (so why does everyone complain then ??)
british rail
it rains to much
the health service is in a bad way (but still bloody good)
lots of people out of work (don't start me on that subject : )

my penny worth


larefamiliaris
Larefamiliaris  (Level: 135.2 - Posts: 877)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 2:29 PM


pennwoman
Pennwoman  (Level: 155.2 - Posts: 2478)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 5:25 PM

LOL Martin, cute!

achad
Achad  (Level: 204.2 - Posts: 661)
Tue, 17th Mar '09 5:44 PM

Martin, have you checked out the rest of the Scottish definitions on the left of the page?


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