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Re: If Forumosa Did Alaska

Postby Mucha Man » 30 Jun 2011, 16:14

Dr. McCoy wrote:If you had a big slingshot you could shoot the angry Alaskans into igloos or something.


Maybe into this place?

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igloo house by Muzha Man, on Flickr
“Everywhere else in the world is also really old” said Prof. Liu, a renowned historian at Beijing University. “We always learn that China has 5000 years of cultural heritage, and that therefore we are very special. It appears that other places also have some of this heritage stuff. And are also old. Like, really old.”

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Re: If Forumosa Did Alaska

Postby yuli » 30 Jun 2011, 17:08

What a disgusting place, that Arasuka. I am glad i never went further north than Prince Rupert.
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