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Re: Occupy Wall Street: What do you think? (Part 2) POLL

Postby Satellite TV » 15 Dec 2011, 03:07

BigJohn wrote:
Satellite TV wrote:
BigJohn wrote:Nope. Very financially sound place over all, with excellent prospects for the future. Not a perfect place, but a place where both freedom and harmony are valued, and are embodied within the society. Loads of lovely fresh water, trees, ice, bears - and oh yes, minerals, oil and diamonds. We got the world's best security contract and we don't have to listen to Rush Limbaugh. I think this example is one to offer to the world. !


So when are you moving there? Sounds too good to be true. Pity about the lack of sunshine though.


Less sunshine than Australia, a lot more water!


Australia is surrounded by water. Far more than Canada has.
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