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everyone.
Wish the US West Coast wouldn't all the warm weather! Brrrrr! Well below freezing here - 23°F (-5°C).
04/Nov/10 12:00 AM
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04/Nov/10 12:06 AM
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Hello Shiela.
04/Nov/10 12:07 AM
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To the Citizens of the United States of America from Her Sovereign Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

In light of your failure recently to elect competent candidates for President of the USA, the Senate and the Congress, and thus to govern yourselves, we hereby give notice of the revocation of More...
04/Nov/10 12:08 AM
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Hi Shiela and Phantom - and mAen to everybody else.
04/Nov/10 12:09 AM
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Hello, Phantom and Neil!
04/Nov/10 12:12 AM
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ENDORSEMENT - ENDORSEMENT - ENDORSEMENT
I LOVE Phantom's Summaries!
04/Nov/10 12:12 AM
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9. The cold, tasteless stuff you insist on calling beer is not actually beer at all. Henceforth, only proper British Bitter will be referred to as beer and European brews of known and accepted provenance will be referred to as Lager. Australian beer is also acceptable; as they are pound for pound More...
04/Nov/10 12:12 AM
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HI all! Brilliant Neil! Is there more?
04/Nov/10 12:13 AM
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Neil - You'll have another war of independence on your hands.

BTW - Where's the rest of it?
04/Nov/10 12:13 AM
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Congratulations to June, Glenn, Plum, Neil, and that bloke who just posted above me for finding 'heartless' as yesterday's answer to the riddle.
04/Nov/10 12:16 AM
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Hi Fiona, YES.

But you have to remember that Americans only have a short span of attention - so two parts of a posting are needed - of course, with Shiela's adverts in the middle.
04/Nov/10 12:17 AM
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Neil, could you slip in a total ban on Hershey's chocolate in there too?
04/Nov/10 12:17 AM
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I almost bought a British English dictionary the last time I was in the UK, Neil. Could only find the huge ones that would never fit in my suitcase. Would have had to pay extra for the weight!
04/Nov/10 12:17 AM
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I wouldn't brag a lot about your Pommie beer either. It's no great shakes.
04/Nov/10 12:18 AM
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Mind you, I think that Queen Elizabeth II of Britain made a typo in her statement - in paragraph 2, 'Kansas' should have read 'Texas'.
04/Nov/10 12:20 AM
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Now THAT I agree with, Fiona! US Chocolate is rather...
04/Nov/10 12:21 AM
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Neil, Queen Elizabeth is only the Second of "England", not Britain. The Scots didn't have the pleasure of the first Liz!
04/Nov/10 12:21 AM
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You should try some of our micro-breweries beer, Neil. That's what we all drink now. Why do you think they're selling the big beer companies???
04/Nov/10 12:24 AM
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Shiela,

You could only find the huge British English dictionaries because we use more words than other countries. We do not use obnoxious words such as 'PB&J', Hershey's and 'smores' which the Americans use.
04/Nov/10 12:25 AM
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As you know, Neil, there are always exceptions...
04/Nov/10 12:27 AM
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04/Nov/10 12:27 AM
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Phantom, I do not drink Pommie beer.
04/Nov/10 12:27 AM
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The Scots didn't get much 'pleasure' out of England at all. The last verse of the Brit national anthem attests to that.
04/Nov/10 12:28 AM
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Well then, Neil you probably still own some taste buds.
04/Nov/10 12:29 AM
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We have our own national anthem thank you very much. I have never heard another Scot sing God Save the Queen. We have Flower of Scotland.
04/Nov/10 12:30 AM
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Should that be 'Fiona of Scotland'?
04/Nov/10 12:33 AM
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Good Maen friends! Another beautiful Autumn day here in CA. Off to cuddle cats at the shelter (and clean their cages...ACHOOOOOO! - yes, I'm allergic a bit)
04/Nov/10 12:33 AM
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To today's riddle: answers to the 'Special Relationship'(unknown to the US, they have this with the Brits!) inbox.

Down below the shining moon
Around the trees, a sacred gloom
Running with the midnight sky
Knowing the thing that makes you cry
Night is full with my More...
04/Nov/10 12:35 AM
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Should have greeted everyone with "AHOY!".
Thanks for the picture, Kate.
04/Nov/10 12:36 AM
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to one and all. Neil, I believe you will have to count Tennessee out of the change over. I don't think the Queen would much like Tennessee, nor would Tennesseans cotton much to those changes. Still rebels at heart.
04/Nov/10 12:50 AM
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Hi All, Bye for now.
04/Nov/10 12:51 AM
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Thanks four the lessoun oun the prouper spelling ouf Englizh wourds, Neil. I shalt try tou alwayz remember the rulez.
04/Nov/10 12:51 AM
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Hey, I gout 33.
04/Nov/10 12:52 AM
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Ah, yes, the Phantom strikes again - as if this took great brain power...

Expand (a+b)^n.




Solution: (a+b)^n

(a + b) ^ n

(a + b) ^ n

(a + b) ^ n

etc.
04/Nov/10 12:55 AM
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Dear me, it didn't translate the space increases.
One more try:

1. (a+b)^n
2. (a + b) ^ n
3. (a + b) ^ n

etc.

etc.
04/Nov/10 1:02 AM
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Sorry about that - another American thing, I guess. LOL
04/Nov/10 1:04 AM
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Are you still here, Phantom? You think that the trout population here in the mountains will be depleted because hubby goes fishing? Humbug! It's a rare day that he outfishes ME!! BTW, we always catch and release.
04/Nov/10 1:07 AM
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Is it me, or does the sun shine a little bit brighter over the USA this morning?

We ditched that despicable Alan Grayson here in Orlando yesterday! It wasn't even close! They were able to call his race in the first hour after the polls closed!
04/Nov/10 1:16 AM
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Good Maen, good people. Today is a sneezy day for me. It appears it's time for indoor allergies to replace the outdoor allergies.
04/Nov/10 1:17 AM
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