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  • 38_Cal
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    And it's the 37th anniversary of my getting out of the Navy. <VBG>

    David
    Montezuma, IA

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  • goose
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    Let's celebrate with the French and all that they have brought us:

    French cuisine; known and loved the world over.

    A French kiss, who doesn't love that?

    The French Resistance, (I love how on Hogan's Heroes, the Resistance always hid their guns in empty wine barrels)

    French fitted, meaning fitted to perfection.

    French fries, the most favorite side order on Earth..

    And my favorite; French toast

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  • wierdscience
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    My Mother's side of the family left there for here round about 1720,grandmother said the reason was their neighbors were A--holes

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  • J Tiers
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    Originally posted by websterz
    Ummm...close. La France, not La Francais. One's the country, the other is the language.
    No sweat...... I'm French descended, but was born in and live in the US and I don't speak either language...... apparently.

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  • websterz
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    Ummm...close. La France, not La Francais. One's the country, the other is the language.

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  • Forrest Addy
    started a topic OT Oops! Almost forgot. Bastille Day.

    OT Oops! Almost forgot. Bastille Day.

    For the French and French descended who visit here. Here's to recognise Bastille Day, the French equivalent of Fourth of July here in the US. Vive la Francias!! (I think I got that right).
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