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D.B. 
Newbie

29 May 2003 3:59 PM
I'm in Calgary, Alberta, a city of ~1M located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of Western Canada.
ireland 
AfterDawn Addict

29 May 2003 4:38 PM
In a house!

as 321-JEFF say's keep it short,that way you will save your eye'ssss

just pulling ye leg,bridgeville pennsylvania ,usa...
very close to ireland...next door to rag tag-13,lawman,england..

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Lawman 
Senior Member

29 May 2003 4:42 PM
Mill Hill, a village to the North West of London, England...


- UK -

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jcseifert 
Inactive

29 May 2003 4:43 PM
IRELAND

Where? a dog house?
John C. Seifert

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Lawman 
Senior Member

29 May 2003 5:13 PM
jcseifert,

That's not very nice!!

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Ankrum 
Inactive

29 May 2003 7:57 PM
Austin Texas
Glass 
Inactive

29 May 2003 9:03 PM
Though I usually live in the State of Confusion, my house is in Maple Valley, Washington, USA. A small town about 30 miles outside of Seattle in the land of perpetual drizzle.
stollery 
Inactive

29 May 2003 10:10 PM
Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Right between Panama City and Pensacola. Exactly where Hurricane Opel decided to score a big one.
toolman18 
Senior Member

29 May 2003 11:04 PM
Mount Laurel,NJ just outside Philly Pa.

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dpsmith 
Senior Member

29 May 2003 11:50 PM
Revere MA
just outside of Beantown
dengar 
Senior Member

29 May 2003 11:52 PM
Boise, Idaho

Having grown up in the Bay Area it feels like I live between the middle of nowhere and nowhere.

ireland 
AfterDawn Addict

29 May 2003 11:59 PM
DESMITH,
MA,is that MASSACHUSETTS

Go to the rag-tag-7 thread page one,i am inputing where you all are from.. so as you all can see all at one time...instead of diff.posts.

please keep posting,as i need your info to post where your from.

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whompus 
Senior Member

30 May 2003 9:00 AM
Ozark Alabama

Little retirement town just outside Fort Rucker.
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stollery 
Inactive

30 May 2003 9:42 AM
dpsmith - Dude, did I ever play a lot of fast pitch softball in your area when I was stationed at Pease AFB, NH. Never thought I'd find myself having to play shortstop wearing mittens, earmuffs, and mukluks to stay warm though. :)
Floyd 
Inactive

30 May 2003 11:35 AM
Beside the River Clyde, 25 miles from Glasgow. Beautiful small coastal town called LARGS, on the west coast of Bonnie Scotland.

"FREEEEEEDOMMMMMMMMMM!!!!"

Ask for me in any Bar there & if I'm not in, they'll tell you you just missed me ;)

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Lawman 
Senior Member

30 May 2003 11:47 AM
hoots mon it's a brick lck moonlick nick tunick


How'd I do Floyd?, Yer dina know ah could talk the lingo :)
Floyd 
Inactive

30 May 2003 12:04 PM
Ach, whit ye on aboot? ye cannie!! wha telt ye that?

Geez a brek! "a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht the'nicht" is whit yer tryin tae say ya Sassenach ye. Erz "Lang may yer lum reech" annaw!

Mr Lawman chappie...
I say, spiffing attempt old boy, but somewhat below par. One should not consider attempting to join in the local lingo face to face so to speak, but nonetheless, jolly good show, What?-What?.

:p
dpsmith 
Senior Member

30 May 2003 12:09 PM
stollery
thats good old New England .Many moons ago I played whip pitch,had a lot of fun.
good to hear from you
DP
ireland 
AfterDawn Addict

30 May 2003 12:12 PM
Floyd,
help,
would you "please"repost that post again in some form of english,i did not understand a word ye printed.
thank ye
p/s is largs near pennsylvania?
Floyd 
Inactive

30 May 2003 12:31 PM
ireland, sure.

Ach, whit ye on aboot? ye cannie!! wha telt ye that?
Translation:
"Dear dear, what do you mean? you cannot!! Who told you that?"

Geez a brek! "a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht the'nicht" is whit yer tryin tae say ya Sassenach ye. Erz "Lang may yer lum reech" annaw!

"Please give me a break! "a beautiful, bright moonlight night, tonight" is what I think you are trying to say, you Southern Softee you. There is also "Long may your chimney smoke" as well!

Mr Lawman chappie...

"Dear Bill"

I say, spiffing attempt old boy, but somewhat below par. One should not consider attempting to join in the local lingo face to face so to speak, but nonetheless, jolly good show

"Not bad m8, but don't give up the day job. Best not try and talk Glaswegian if your ever up this way, but good try :)"

"What?-What?.

Got me there, I have no idea why the english say that.

:p
"Tongue-in-cheek"

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Lawman 
Senior Member

30 May 2003 12:56 PM
Floyd, LOL,<Southern Softee > Knocked the Sh** out of your Ancestors!!
** again Tongue in Cheek **
Got me there! me old sport, trouble is I was sober when I tried that, so I had no chance..

But like wise, I would not talk like that down here in the old Smoke,
That Language is Strictly for Hollywood, when they have Americans trying to speak English,

Down here me old china, its the - Apple & pears / Trouble & strife / Dog & Bone / Rosey lea / Frog & Toad / plate's of meat / Know what I mean?

Peace Brother

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Floyd 
Inactive

30 May 2003 1:01 PM
Apple & pears / Trouble & strife / Dog & Bone / Rosey lea / Frog & Toad / plate's of meat / Know what I mean?

Stairs / Wife / Phone / tea / Road / Feet

;-)

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Lawman 
Senior Member

30 May 2003 1:06 PM
Spot on Floyd!! See English is so easy to learn..

I agree you have a beautiful Country..< I know you are waiting for a punchline here,, but there isn't one... Honest >
I'm tempted but NO..:)

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Floyd 
Inactive

30 May 2003 1:18 PM
It's the Pub Quizzes I go to Lawman, what a wealth of info you pick up there!

The wife makes me watch Eastenders from time to time. It was on that programme I heard the best Rhyming Slang yet!

"But doctor, It's my Farmers!"
"Pardon?"
"My Farmers!.... Farmer Giles!.... Piles!!"

LOL. Had me in stitches.
Conrad 
Inactive

30 May 2003 1:35 PM
OK, OK I'll admit it.
Owatonna, Minnesota
Home of a lot of Swedes and Bohemians and not very far from the Mayo Clinic Psychiatry unit that specializes in psychoanalysis and treatment of previous and current forum members.

I should add that sometimes they escape and take on different identities on these forums to avoid capture.

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