From: Carole Allen on
On Mon, 08 Oct 2007 08:27:55 -0400, Cathy L <lederer123(a)optonline.net>
wrote:
>We currently have over 2,000 pictures of last years trip, and almost
>that many from the Germany trip. They are currently on line for our
>friends to enjoy.
>
>Sorry, but I don't think you qualify.
>
>Cathy

Aw, gee, and I was in NYC last week - so sorry I missed dropping in on
you!
From: Carole Allen on
On Mon, 08 Oct 2007 19:17:07 GMT, "Lennart Petersen"
<lennart.petersen(a)swipnet.se> wrote:
>They do provide a limited service free of charge but once you want a more
>comprehensive service you must pay a monthly fee for access.
>
Nomontly fees here in the US of which I am aware.

From: Hatunen on
On Tue, 9 Oct 2007 00:18:18 +0100, d4g4h4(a)yahoo.co.uk (David
Horne, _the_ chancellor (*)) wrote:

>Pat <Pat(a)starrynight.com> wrote:
>
>[]
>> What you write makes me cringe because you are fulfilling the preconceived
>> ideas of Europeans that Americans who travel abroad as ignorant and
>> arrogant.
>
>That's the point- the notions are preconceived. Some of the stupidest
>stuff I've read in this group over the years has been silly comments
>about Americans with little basis in fact.

On the other hand, I could say the same about many Europeans'
comments about Americans and America. Be careful in that glass
house.

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From: Iceman on
On Oct 8, 11:11 pm, Hatunen <hatu...(a)cox.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 9 Oct 2007 00:18:18 +0100, d4g...(a)yahoo.co.uk (David
> Horne, _the_ chancellor (*)) wrote:
>
> >Pat <P...(a)starrynight.com> wrote:
>
> >[]
> >> What you write makes me cringe because you are fulfilling the preconceived
> >> ideas of Europeans that Americans who travel abroad as ignorant and
> >> arrogant.
>
> >That's the point- the notions are preconceived. Some of the stupidest
> >stuff I've read in this group over the years has been silly comments
> >about Americans with little basis in fact.
>
> On the other hand, I could say the same about many Europeans'
> comments about Americans and America. Be careful in that glass
> house.


Much of the American right-wing thinks Europe is socialist, pacifist,
and about to be taken over by Muslims, while European men are
effeminate wine-drinking snobs and European women are size-zero sluts
who refuse to have babies.

From: Hatunen on
On Mon, 08 Oct 2007 21:10:00 -0700, Iceman <oneofcold(a)yahoo.com>
wrote:

>On Oct 8, 11:11 pm, Hatunen <hatu...(a)cox.net> wrote:
>> On Tue, 9 Oct 2007 00:18:18 +0100, d4g...(a)yahoo.co.uk (David
>> Horne, _the_ chancellor (*)) wrote:
>>
>> >Pat <P...(a)starrynight.com> wrote:
>>
>> >[]
>> >> What you write makes me cringe because you are fulfilling the preconceived
>> >> ideas of Europeans that Americans who travel abroad as ignorant and
>> >> arrogant.
>>
>> >That's the point- the notions are preconceived. Some of the stupidest
>> >stuff I've read in this group over the years has been silly comments
>> >about Americans with little basis in fact.
>>
>> On the other hand, I could say the same about many Europeans'
>> comments about Americans and America. Be careful in that glass
>> house.
>
>Much of the American right-wing thinks Europe is socialist, pacifist,
>and about to be taken over by Muslims, while European men are
>effeminate wine-drinking snobs and European women are size-zero sluts
>who refuse to have babies.

Exactly how much of the American right-wing would that be? Or to
the nearest 10%? And what portion of Americans does the American
right-wing represent?

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************* DAVE HATUNEN (hatunen(a)cox.net) *************
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* My typos & mispellings are intentional copyright traps *