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Where are you from?  

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the man had no idea if Christ had lived before or after Napoleon.

 

Well, as sad as it is, at least he knew who they were :rolleyes:

 

He ( the tramp) was less good on Loyola and "On The Imitation of Christ", getting very angry he said " why the hell should anyone want to imitate him?"

Edited by Pertinax

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Of course, I'm from a boot-shaped peninsula known mostly for pasta, pizza and mafia. lol.

 

And I once heard that there was this rather small and insignificant city on that peninsula that would never have been important enough to inspire a web site discussion group :):)

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Of course, I'm from a boot-shaped peninsula known mostly for pasta, pizza and mafia. lol.

 

And I once heard that there was this rather small and insignificant city on that peninsula that would never have been important enough to inspire a web site discussion group :):)

Hmm..that small city..yes, I have some vague reminescence :P anyway, that's the association most people do, let's face it: Italia=pasta [pizza, mafia, opera, random name here..] lol

This is a sort of "Circle of Scipions" =)

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Uhm, isn't the mafia synonymous with Sicily? The only reason why Europeans didn't eat tomatoes at all because they thought it tasted weird, plus its from the nightshade family, sounds ominous.

 

You'll find them in every Italian city.

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Uhm, isn't the mafia synonymous with Sicily? The only reason why Europeans didn't eat tomatoes at all because they thought it tasted weird, plus its from the nightshade family, sounds ominous.

 

You'll find them in every Italian city.

 

Thats funny because you will find them in every American city too. lol

 

Whether its true or not, most Americans think of Sicily when they think of the mafia. I think its due to all of the movies about the mafia like "The Godfather" series.

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Of course, I'm from a boot-shaped peninsula known mostly for pasta, pizza and mafia. lol.

 

 

And Opera, fine clothes, fast cars, and olive-oil skinned beauties. :(

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dont forget the cheese....!!!

 

Nothing beats a Dolce Latte :rolleyes:

 

...well maybe a prosciutto from San Daniele wrapped around a grissini...

(yes you are right i live just 30 minutes away from italy hehe)

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Of course, I'm from a boot-shaped peninsula known mostly for pasta, pizza and mafia. lol.

 

 

And Opera, fine clothes, fast cars, and olive-oil skinned beauties. :rolleyes:

 

Sites and monuments of extreme historical importance and aesthetic appeal, WW2 facism, football (soccer) too.

Edited by Trajen

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dont forget the cheese....!!!

 

Nothing beats a Dolce Latte :rolleyes:

 

...well maybe a prosciutto from San Daniele wrapped around a grissini...

(yes you are right i live just 30 minutes away from italy hehe)

 

Prosciuto?Huh?

 

How much do the Europeans like their cheese really and is wine still largely popular?

Edited by FLavius Valerius Constantinus

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dont forget the cheese....!!!

 

Nothing beats a Dolce Latte :D

 

...well maybe a prosciutto from San Daniele wrapped around a grissini...

(yes you are right i live just 30 minutes away from italy hehe)

 

Prosciuto?Huh?

 

How much do the Europeans like their cheese really and is wine still largely popular?

 

The British are now the biggest wine drinkers in Europe, I do my best in this earnest endeavour, but frankly fermented mares' milk would be drunk here if it were available in pubs and clubs, mixed with vodka , coloured blue and called " horse sacrifice drink" ,( do descendants of the Huns still drink it I wonder?).

Edited by Pertinax

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