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Friendly Invitation
#1
Please take note this is meant in good humour (humor)!!

Depending on how the election goes tonight, you are all invited to Canada, but...

The Mustangs must come with you!!

Smile

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#2
Smile Too cold. I was thinking warmer!

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#3
I've been South - I ain't ever going back. Canada it is! thumb

Haha

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#4
Isn't Australia a suburb of Canadia? I hear it's fairly warm there...

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#5
North it is! (Nothing against Australia, just never been there)
Whatever happens in the outcome may God bless our great nation.

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#6
midlife;282042 Wrote:Isn't Australia a suburb of Canadia? I hear it's fairly warm there...

To be honest Randy,

Australia today has become a another State of America in many ways. Americans would feel very much at home here as we have adopted so much of your culture since World War 2.

Also, i am proud to say that in general terms,and across the board, we enjoy a better life style than people do in America and Canada.So i would love to visit America and Canada, but would not want to live there for varied reasons thanks.

Greg.

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Austin Vert;282072 Wrote:
midlife;282042 Wrote:Isn't Australia a suburb of Canadia? I hear it's fairly warm there...

To be honest Randy,

Australia today has become a another State of America in many ways. Americans would feel very much at home here as we have adopted so much of your culture since World War 2.

Also, i am proud to say that in general terms,and across the board, we enjoy a better life style than people do in America and Canada.So i would love to visit America and Canada, but would not want to live there for varied reasons thanks.

Greg.
Exactly right Greg, especially if they went to Sydney, where the media seems to portray what Australia is. That place really is a s--t hole, worst 10 months of my life living there. If anyone asks me a good place to visit in Australia, I tell them basically everywhere but Sydney, unless of course your after the rude, arrogant, fast paced place, then Sydney's your place.
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#8
I always wanted to go to Australia!

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#9
Well I have been there Loved it! Regards Lars


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#10
i gotta hit the lottery first then i'll go down under. but not sure how it feels hanging upside down like they do.. and they talk funny..but what a great country they have.
Oh and lets not forget, if u go there with your stang u gotta put fuel injection on it.. being upside down, don't gas run out of the carbs ???
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