More on the Georgia woman who shoots intruder

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Brian D. Schneider
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Re: More on the Georgia woman who shoots intruder
In reply to Henry Schobin, Jan 8, 2013

Henry Schobin wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

Henry Schobin wrote:

Wheatfield wrote:

Interestingly enough, my wife and I were blue-skying about what it would be like to live in the USA. We both agreed that to live there, guns would become a necessary part of our lives. Were I living in the same sized city in the USA as I do in Canada, there is no doubt in my mind that I would have a small collection of firearms that had been carefully selected as being well suited to personal protection or home protection.

My wife and I were thinking about what it would be like to live in Germany - but who wants to drink warm beer and eat sauerkraut everyday?

So then we thought aboot Canada ay? - but we don't like saying "ay?" at the end of every sentence.

Next we thought about the UK - but we LIKE to brush our teeth and don't want to take mandatory tea breaks in the afternoon.

France - too rude and people stink.

Italy - it has a Pope in the middle of the country.

Sweden - Östermalm district, my wife said NO WAY.

Australia - Everything is upside down and backwards, and we hate frogs.

Greenland - it's not green.

Iceland - It's not ice.

Chile - too skinny.

China - all the good jobs are already taken by kids under the age of 9.

Singapore - I don't like canes.

After awhile, we gave up and decided to stay here.

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Rethink your last comment.

It's "eh" not "ay".

Doh!

And what's wrong with sauerkraut? Eh?

It gives me gas.

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Rethink your last comment.

Oh man, I hope that's just air.

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