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    (Original post by BombShell)
    the new generation, i like it
    *Suddenly feels rather old*
    Pass me that bottle again! <hic>
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    (Original post by BombShell)
    the new generation, i like it
    Out with the New and in with the old is what I say.
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    *Suddenly feels rather old*
    Pass me that bottle again! <hic>

    hello person from Willaim Penn's forest, how are you? i am interested in American History, specifically the American Revolution
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    Out with the New and in with the old is what I say.
    :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    Out with the New and in with the old is what I say.
    dont you mean the other way round?
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    *Suddenly feels rather old*
    Pass me that bottle again! <hic>
    How's the course going Infin?
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    (Original post by Fly By)
    dont you mean the other way round?
    Not in this particular example, no.

    Naaaah, I think a mix of both is good, but weighted to either side isn't good in my opinion.
    In saying that, I did prefer the forum atmosphere a fair few months back to now.
    Guess it's due to the exam period? :confused: Hope so anyway...
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    Out with the New and in with the old is what I say.
    are you sure thats what you mean *noticing July 2004 join date*
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    (Original post by John Paul Jones)
    hello person from Willaim Penn's forest, how are you? i am interested in American History, specifically the American Revolution
    Pfft, William Penn my ass, the fool just stumbled upon these woods that were already occupied by my ancestors! Soz, native american here so my history would vastly differ from that of wich you might read in a text book.
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    Not in this particular example, no.

    Naaaah, I think a mix of both is good, but weighted to either side isn't good in my opinion.
    In saying that, I did prefer the forum atmosphere a fair few months back to now.
    Guess it's due to the exam period? :confused: Hope so anyway...
    lol ok....


    well theres always gonna be newbies and oldies leaving...and newbies become oldies....endless cycle!
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    How's the course going Infin?
    Were on summer break, how goes it w/ yo bono?
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    Pfft, William Penn my ass, the fool just stumbled upon these woods that were already occupied by my ancestors! Soz, native american here so my history would vastly differ from that of wich you might read in a text book.
    I've studied Native Americans in GCSE History ...
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    Pfft, William Penn my ass, the fool just stumbled upon these woods that were already occupied by my ancestors! Soz, native american here so my history would vastly differ from that of wich you might read in a text book.

    aah native American, well my history also differs from the textbooks as i am only interested in the British and Loyalist side of the Revolution, you must appreciate the British more than the Americans? as we gave you sanctity in Canada and much better treatment than Genereal Custer and the Americans
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    (Original post by Cossack)
    are you sure thats what you mean *noticing July 2004 join date*
    In this incarnation.
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    Were on summer break, how goes it w/ yo bono?

    haha that'd be bono? great ! he should put his trademark avatar up , i like it !
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    (Original post by John Paul Jones)
    no, i think the cousin is the touring manager
    meh, not as cool...what with the touring manager unlikely to be a multi-millionaire and what not...
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    In this incarnation.
    who was he/she in a past life?
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    (Original post by John Paul Jones)
    aah native American, well my history also differs from the textbooks as i am only interested in the British and Loyalist side of the Revolution, you must appreciate the British more than the Americans? as we gave you sanctity in Canada and much better treatment than Genereal Custer and the Americans
    the british were the ones who went there...
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    (Original post by thelibertines)
    I've studied Native Americans in GCSE History ...
    It's all lies, don't believe anything the books say.
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    Were on summer break, how goes it w/ yo bono?
    Sorry, I didn't understand the last part of that sentence. Please could you explain.

    I presume w/yo meant "with you" ?

    If so: Exams went well (I hope), should meet my predicted grades I believe, fingers crossed.

    Good Luck with yours.
 
 
 
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