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Oh my God, he's human!

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WELCOME TO CALI MAN!! I HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOUR TIME AT MY HOME TOWN!

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oh my...
NOT YELLOW!!!

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California has every geological feature, in the world, all in one state.
And the highest and lowest point in the continental United states, in the same county.
Yep, plenty of interesting features.

Edited by nouserhere, 03 January 2011 - 11:46 AM.


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OMG, you went to the Golden Bridge! That's so awesome :D

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oh my...
NOT YELLOW!!!

This plus your avatar just made me laugh. ^^

Edited by Xirifus, 03 January 2011 - 04:27 PM.


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America lacks history? I'm almost offended. Based on what you said about having every nationality imaginable, doesn't that mean America can claim all of those histories along with it, plus its own. For what is a nation but a collective of people?

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America lacks history? I'm almost offended. Based on what you said about having every nationality imaginable, doesn't that mean America can claim all of those histories along with it, plus its own. For what is a nation but a collective of people?


I believe he meant as in visible history. America has millions of pages of actual history, but little of it is seen strolling down the megalopolis. Compared to England, we don't have nearly as many historic buildings or 300 year-old monuments. Time is all it takes, though.

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America lacks history? I'm almost offended. Based on what you said about having every nationality imaginable, doesn't that mean America can claim all of those histories along with it, plus its own. For what is a nation but a collective of people?


I believe he meant as in visible history. America has millions of pages of actual history, but little of it is seen strolling down the megalopolis. Compared to England, we don't have nearly as many historic buildings or 300 year-old monuments. Time is all it takes, though.



Agreed. Architecturally, ours is among the youngest countries in the world. European countries are rivaled by only a few other areas of the world in their ancient architecture.

EDIT: Perhaps I meant to say "historic" rather than "ancient"...


Edited by Herculine, 03 January 2011 - 05:43 PM.


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Whenever I see (fellow) Americans talking about how old (or young) the US is, I am reminded of the time I was travelling on business in central Germany. On the city limits sign for the small village where I had a meeting, I saw a little banner about the community festival that weekend.

They were celebrating the town's Twelve-Hundredth Anniversary! :laugh:




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