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Offline age234

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #225 on: June 11, 2012, 01:02:55 AM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Regardless, I enjoy dabbling in your folk music, Australia.
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #226 on: June 11, 2012, 01:05:36 AM »
Cali is garbage and everybody that is from it.

Come at me bro

You are in agreement with the entire Great State of Arizona.
After how much you told me it costs to live an apartment and the cost of living, I might have to take you up on that.

ASU women are gorgeous.

The trade off, of course, is that you have to live in Arizona.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #227 on: June 11, 2012, 01:21:19 AM »
Cali is garbage and everybody that is from it.

Come at me bro

Jealous because we're the coolest :) also fair to mention the most intellectually enlightened; most changes in American society like civil rights and protests have involved California to some extent. We're like the university of the country.
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #228 on: June 11, 2012, 01:41:56 AM »
Cali is garbage and everybody that is from it.

Come at me bro

Jealous because we're the coolest :) also fair to mention the most intellectually enlightened; most changes in American society like civil rights and protests have involved California to some extent. We're like the university of the country.

What a ringing endorsement
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #229 on: June 11, 2012, 02:43:18 AM »
Cali is garbage and everybody that is from it.

Come at me bro

Jealous because we're the coolest :) also fair to mention the most intellectually enlightened

ROFL

Try Seattle for starters.

Or OTR for the most intellectual part in the Third Moscow.

Frankly if I gave you a map it might land you in Chicago, IL.
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #230 on: June 11, 2012, 12:29:28 PM »
Equestria counts as a country right?
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #231 on: June 11, 2012, 01:48:07 PM »
I agree, Achronos. Orthonorm, get out of my half of the state.

Right now some place without such extreme summer temperatures and regular intrusive wildfires sounds nice. I have been told that Central Europe is good for that, so maybe it's about time I crash my uncle's flat in Partizanske... :) There's no Orthodox there, though (most are RC or nothing). Whelp, that's it...time to start a mission! ;D

You could always convert to duophysitism and move to Czech. We have an autocephalous church there. :police:

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #232 on: June 11, 2012, 03:14:07 PM »
i've been to an orthodox church in prague. i suppose it was autocephalous because the priest was clearly much more fluent in czech than in church slavonic.
it was cool and the priest was lovely and welcoming and very pleased to meet a coptic orthodox Christian.
no darth vader there, though!
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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #233 on: June 11, 2012, 05:13:19 PM »
Cali is garbage and everybody that is from it.

Come at me bro

Jealous because we're the coolest :) also fair to mention the most intellectually enlightened; most changes in American society like civil rights and protests have involved California to some extent. We're like the university of the country.

Which explains why the country is doing so bad. Seriously, have you ever been to another state, and if so, for more than a week, or a university?

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #234 on: June 11, 2012, 11:09:23 PM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.
The Episcopallian road is easy and wide, for many go through it to find destruction. lol sorry channeling Isa.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #235 on: June 11, 2012, 11:10:37 PM »
Quote from: akimori makoto
Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

I was hoping the museums were good. I'd still like to go someday, even if it is elebenty zillion hours by plane. :)

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #236 on: June 11, 2012, 11:18:26 PM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

Of course, there are 632,000 extremely poisonous creatures per square mile.
I know a secret about a former Supreme Court Justice.  Can you guess what it is?

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American Spirits - the eco-friendly cigarette.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #237 on: June 11, 2012, 11:42:56 PM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

Of course, there are 632,000 extremely poisonous creatures per square mile.

The man has a point.
The Episcopallian road is easy and wide, for many go through it to find destruction. lol sorry channeling Isa.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #238 on: June 11, 2012, 11:44:15 PM »
Quote from: akimori makoto
Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

I was hoping the museums were good. I'd still like to go someday, even if it is elebenty zillion hours by plane. :)

Canberra has some good ones. I don't recommend staying there for any longer than three days, though.

Head north!

The Episcopallian road is easy and wide, for many go through it to find destruction. lol sorry channeling Isa.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #239 on: June 11, 2012, 11:46:44 PM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

Of course, there are 632,000 extremely poisonous creatures per square mile.

Such is a mere trifle compared to the irresistable siren call of Australian women...

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #240 on: June 11, 2012, 11:52:29 PM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

Of course, there are 632,000 extremely poisonous creatures per square mile.

The man has a point.

And that doesn't even include your non-venomous, but highly deadly, animal friends.
I know a secret about a former Supreme Court Justice.  Can you guess what it is?

The greatest tragedy in the world is when a cigarette ends.

American Spirits - the eco-friendly cigarette.

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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #241 on: June 12, 2012, 12:57:36 AM »
I've got a thing going for Australia lately. I'm sure some of our members could say whether it's really as great as it seems from the outside.

Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

Of course, there are 632,000 extremely poisonous creatures per square mile.

The man has a point.

And that doesn't even include your non-venomous, but highly deadly, animal friends.

Pssh, I'd still want to go. (<---- Like the complete fool that I am.)   ;D
I'll take my chances.



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Re: What country would you live in?
« Reply #242 on: June 12, 2012, 01:16:47 AM »
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Sydney thinks it is a cosmopolitan world city on the cutting egde but is actually an infrastructure black hole overflowing with impolite bogans who like to glass each other in the face after a night out at the Coogee Bay Hotel.

Other parts are quite lovely.

People from quaint country towns tend to have a rough-around-the-edges charm.

The landscape is unique and quite surreal in some places.

Certainly a lovely place to holiday.

I was hoping the museums were good. I'd still like to go someday, even if it is elebenty zillion hours by plane. :)

Flew to New Zealand, that was much longer than any Tran-antlantic flight I've ever been on.
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