London, Roger, has been almost completely taken over by furriners.
I go there often and I'm always pleasantly surprised when, very
occasionally, I meet a fellow Brit.
Indeed, my first question now to anyone is 'Do you speak English?'
Of course, many of these folk come from places where Independence is
only a dream.
And where else in the world could you find a newspaper called 'The
But one thing's for sure is that we're going to murder those Aussies
in the Ashes.
Indeed, I suspect that the humiliation will be so complete that
they'll never dare return.
Yes Ponting will be found Wanting.
He will have no answer to Strauss, Pietersen, Bopara, Prior, Shah,
Rashid, Mahmood, Khan and all the other English players that we can
On Jul 5, 9:14 pm, myoarin <lawre...@fogelberg.de
> "I was in London yesterday and was amazed by how many people were
> celebrating 4th July."
> See! That's what happens from all the EU hoopla. People lose their
> national identity and character and will just whoop it up with anyone
> and even at the enemy's victory celebration, liking to feel like they
> be on the winning side. Why root for xxx when you can cheer ManU to
> (I know, "our" victory came after the Declaration of Independence,
> and had to go into a second round several years later. Was it here
> that someone pointed out different nations' names for the wars 1812 to
> 1815? Might be topic for Quezi .)
> On 5 Jul., 18:47, Roger Browne <roger.bro...@gmail.com
> > I was in London yesterday and was amazed by how many people were
> > celebrating 4th July. Don't they realize that "we" were on the losing
> > side of that one?
> > Regards,
> > Roger
> > PS: I don't recommend boasting too loudly about PAL, considering that
> > it is being switched off. PAL broadcasting ends in November 2009 in
> > the North West of England, and has already ceased in parts of Wales.
> > It will soon all be DVB-T ("Freeview") which of course is better than
> > both PAL and NeverTwiceSameColor.- Hide quoted text -