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April 25, 1972
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    06 Mar 2013 - 18:37
    Try to stay away from your road kill taxidermy projects , I know it's art to some people but....
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    28 Sep 2011 - 08:14
    my pleasure old boy (sorry hamming up my Englishness)
    be a gent old bean, like my page back...I say
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    18 Sep 2011 - 20:41
    I've seen Milo use that word, I like it. I'm betting the American Accent you're referring to is from New England. States like Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Delaware have a very English like accent
    As for Tony Blair, I notice it when he gets all Flustered, he starts slipping.
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    18 Sep 2011 - 01:11
    do you think? (Tony Blair) Interesting...
    I have noticed that there is an almost similar US accent that sounds very upper class British. In the public eye someone like John Malkovich (AMAZING ACTOR BTW!!) is a good example of this.
    Have you ever spoken to Milod about this kind of stuff? He describes all of us white European relatives as 'anglophones'
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    17 Sep 2011 - 15:55
    That would make sense. If Brits were all presented to us like Ozzy I'm sure there would be a different stereotype. Even Tony Blair had a touch of common in his accent.
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    17 Sep 2011 - 07:41
    I wonder if it is a stereotype based on the English BBC speaking voices that were used in the 1950's tv and radio? There are enough 'roughly' spoken famous Brits such; Ozzy, Jason Statham , Vinnie Jones, Joss Stone etc that I would have thought gave a more realistic modern day variety of British accents.
    Some very upper class Brits still sound like Q from the earlier Bond...
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    16 Sep 2011 - 22:43
    Lol, Yes that was a lot of fun. I'm glad you took my jests in the spirit they were given, but you know us American's, we go straight for the pompous card. Welsh huh? I'm actually a small part Welsh, but mostly Irish and German.
    I'll have to check out Shadowlands, I'm a big Anthony Hopkins fan and I loved the Narnia books when i was a kid. I better read them again.
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    16 Sep 2011 - 11:19
    That was fun, I didn't mention it on site, but I am really unpompous and Welsh really LOL. The Welsh don't like the English along with so many other people. When your an ex world power that happens LOL
    I like Anthony Hopkins's C.S Lewis in the film Shadowlands "FIGHT ME I CAN TAKE IT!" he challenged...
    The forum is all the better for fun dialogue...
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    Artie Owl 

    19 Apr 2011 - 20:38
    I can't believe I didn't have you as a friend on here, thought I already did.
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    duane v 

    08 Mar 2011 - 19:26
    Can you clean out your PM box
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    22 Dec 2010 - 19:11
    That was great advice you gave on the newbies post.
    You were patient and detailed.
    Just saying.
    Hope all is well.
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    Shnate McDuanus 

    22 Aug 2010 - 21:35
    Hey man, how ya doin'?
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