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    Default If you lived

    in another country, say you moved to Chubut S.A. when you were 20 and are now 40...do you think you would be able to speak their language well?
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    At least the basics

    Beer, cigar, food, those should about cover it.

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    Talking A little known fact !

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    I lived in the good old when I was 26-27 and 20 years latter i still seem to be able to speak your Lingo( Language son language)Not bad for a dumb Island dweller????! I hear North Korea is going to put you guys in a Microwave ?????? Good Luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    I lived in the good old when I was 26-27 and 20 years latter i still seem to be able to speak your Lingo( Language son language)Not bad for a dumb Island dweller????! I hear North Korea is going to put you guys in a Microwave ?????? Good Luck


    nah. Carppy and his buckmaster will take care of that short fat punk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longcut36 View Post
    nah. Carppy and his buckmaster will take care of that short fat punk.
    It's true , as at my archery club's last indoor 3D shoot there were alot of military looking Korean folks there , looking and inspecting every one of the many Jennings Buckmasyter bows that were present , to see if they could launch rockets with such a deer slaying machine !

    We fooled them , and had our Mathews bows out , hiding the real long range launchers such as our beloved Jennings Buckmaster bows !

    Now you know and don't tell any of longcut's family !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    I lived in the good old when I was 26-27 and 20 years latter i still seem to be able to speak your Lingo( Language son language)Not bad for a dumb Island dweller????! I hear North Korea is going to put you guys in a Microwave ?????? Good Luck
    Now worries there....were going to send LC and his buddies back to finish the job. if China stays out of it this time they should be home in time for the game this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Now worries there....were going to send LC and his buddies back to finish the job. if China stays out of it this time they should be home in time for the game this weekend.
    I'll lone longcut my back to Nam M-16A2 and this magazine to hold off them Chinese !

    He'll have to find his own ammo !
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