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Re: Linus, and whether tactfulness has any value

From: Edwin
Subject: Re: Linus, and whether tactfulness has any value
Date: 25 Dec 2005 13:55:09 -0800
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Sandman wrote:
> In article <>,
>  "Edwin" <> wrote:
> > Gespracht wrote:
> > > >Beside that, many Europeans seem to practice a blunt, abrupt style of
> > > >speech.
> > >
> > > Very true, and on the whole it's a good thing I think.
> >
> > It might also party explain why there's been several thousands of years
> > of European wars.  ;-)
> Which is fun when it's coming from a guy whose nation is just over 500 years
> old,

The USA isn't over 500 years old.

> and was discovered, and populated, by Europeans.

Europeans who were trying to get away from people like you.  :-)

> Heck, my home town is three times older than the entire united states. The 
> only
> reason one could claim there was more wars in Europe is because it's been
> civilized, and thus has had a recorded history, for such a long time, as
> opposed to USA. :)

When was the last war on the North America Continent?    How many wars
have they had in Europe from the time the last war was fought anywhere
on my continent?

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