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2002\02\13@161414 by Eoin Ross

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OK, I hadn't seen any of those - can only go by what I've seen/heard in the last 3 years while here in Ohio : )
The group here is probably better educated than the people I have worked with on the factory floor too.

Might have caught me on a bad day too - caught someone muttering "Damn foreigner" after I ordered food from them - and I wasn't rude etc - just had to ask what options there were for some items they had.

(I do expect to have the odd problem being understood - but not that much being from NZ , I only speak english - never did take that german course)



>>> spam_OUTdvanhornTakeThisOuTspamCEDAR.NET 02/13/02 02:51PM >>>
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>The media (including the history channel etc) focus solely on US
>involvement with never a mention of Aussie, Kiwi, Canadian, Indian,
>Russian (yes they were an ally at one point) Malaysian etc etc etc troops.

Simply not true.
I've seen all these on the History Channel (The Ghurkas come to mind) and
additionally, the red-tail squadron, and the Nesei.

Does anyone seriously propose that we are unaware that the Russians were
our allies in WWII??

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2002\02\13@163117 by steve

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> (I do expect to have the odd problem being understood - but not that
> much being from NZ , I only speak english - never did take that german
> course)

One major difference is that we hear American all the time on the
TV and are just used to it. The same doesn't apply the other way
round.
A Russian friend of mine told me about meeting a friend when she
arrived at the airport. She was an English teacher from Russia and
spoke excellent English but the only other people she had ever
spoken to also spoke 'perfect' English. She couldn't understand a
word that was said to her and he had to translate the question into
Russian and then she would answer in 'perfect' English.

Steve.


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2002\02\13@175127 by David VanHorn

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At 04:10 PM 2/13/02 -0500, Eoin Ross wrote:
>OK, I hadn't seen any of those - can only go by what I've seen/heard in
>the last 3 years while here in Ohio : )

I'm just a time zone away (sometimes) here in indiana


>Might have caught me on a bad day too - caught someone muttering "Damn
>foreigner" after I ordered food from them - and I wasn't rude etc - just
>had to ask what options there were for some items they had.

If he was wearing beads and feathers, he's probably entitled. :)

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