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From: Bob Badour <>
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 21:13:11 -0300
Message-ID: <46899480$0$4324$>

dreamznatcher wrote:

> On Jul 3, 5:43 am, Bob Badour <> wrote:

>>dreamznatcher wrote:
>>>On Jul 3, 5:04 am, Bob Badour <> wrote:
>>>>dreamznatcher wrote:
>>>>>On Jul 3, 3:44 am, "Neil" <> wrote:
>>>>>>Two points.
>>>>>>One, we're not living in Shakespeare's day anymore, so get over it.
>>>>>You obviously have no idea of the impact Shakespeare has had on the
>>>>>English language, and the many idioms and phrases and metaphors which
>>>>>he created that are still commonly being used today, by American
>>>>>English speakers and British English speakers alike, and just about by
>>>>>any anyone on any part of the globe speaking English.
>>>>>>And two, Brits don't know nothing. If they did, then they wouldn't have lost
>>>>>>their world empire, and wouldn't have needed us to bail them out in WWII.
>>>>>Let's take that discussion further.
>>>>>Wherever the white man goes, everything is left is ruins. Starting
>>>>>from the colonial times and following to the present day, consider
>>>>>reading the histories of the Indian subcontinent, South America,
>>>>>Africa, the Middle East, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, with perhaps Iran
>>>>>and Venezuela to follow. And let's not even talk about the Red
>>>>Are you suggesting that none of these places were ruins by modern
>>>>standards before Europeans arrived? Are you suggesting that Canada, the
>>>>USA, Australia, New Zealand and Japan are ruins?
>>>Please read the para I wrote after that. And if you've read my whole
>>>post you'll realize I'm not the one who's racist or something.
>>I don't recall calling you racist. I asked whether you were suggesting
>>the above. Since you have already exhibited self-delusion, I stop
>>reading at the first sign of it.
>>I don't have time to read delusional rants.
> Clarification: no, you didn't call me a racist. Sorry for any
> misunderstandings.
> Regarding my self-delusion: this is linked to the claim that I
> suggested you called me a racist, but my clarification should clear up
> things a bit, shouldn't it? And linked to my expression of my
> accomplishment, to which I've already responded. Story ends here then.

Yes, I guess it does. Plonk! Received on Mon Jul 02 2007 - 19:13:11 CDT

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