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Ann Carr says
may i know what country annart?
Sorry, should have said! Stupid of me! Britain, specifically England.
aww england. one of the countries i wish to visit. but too expensive for me.haha. hope someday i can afford to pay a visit.
I hope you can visit too. Let me know if you do!
My brother lives in Eton. I visited hm there and traveled to London every day. I had a lot of fun and a stranger gave me a ticket for the Big Wheel because his wife was afraid of heights:)
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My brother went to Kenya several times lately. One year I assisted one of the stall keepers from Kenya at the Book Show in Cape Town:)
i'm a tea lover so i would put kenya tea on my list of teas to try. thanks ambee12 for sharing. :)
Billie Pagliolo says
I thought it meant 'what is there in your country that inhabitants can be proud of?'
thanks for answering annart. that's exactly what i meant :)
Ah,thanks Annart 'n SuperLux for clarification. I think Americans can be proud of the fact that individually we're kind-hearted,seek fairness; but can, as a group, be duped by media bites that dismiss inequities, and continue dangerous class struggle
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Super Lux says
Old Empresario says
Hello Empresario! I understand your point of view and I think that each country has something that it is not proud of but surely there are thing that you like in you country.
a fascinating, insightful dialog. To: Sashen...I agree w/ Old Empresario that our military presence in the world is a source guilt for many of us, overshadowing US pride. Also, we come from all nations, so identity is blurred and pride obfuscated.
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