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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #50 on: December 29, 2012, 10:08:56 AM »

Do you like tomatoes?

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #51 on: December 29, 2012, 10:13:31 AM »
Do you prefer mushrooms?

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #52 on: December 29, 2012, 11:28:54 AM »
Hi.

1. What do you know about Poland? Are you know someone who has Polish roots??

2. Do you have friends?

3. What do you do the most?

4. How think who will win election in 2016 in the USA?


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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #53 on: December 29, 2012, 12:13:24 PM »
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Your favourite restaurant or (kill me now) fast food outlet?

When you say ignorance is a personality trait you won't stand for, in what context is that? you mean you won't stand for racism, bigotry, homophobia and other types of discrimination. Or do you mean stupidity?
1. Do Coffee Shops such as Crazy Mocha & Starbuck's count?

2. Yes, racism is something I'll never tolerate to be around. My problem with the United States is racial slurs/bigotry is protected as "free speech", but I feel you  enable someone to weaken their mind by allowing them to believe such things. I'm also against homophobia, religious hatred, & bullying.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #54 on: December 29, 2012, 12:26:48 PM »
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Hi.

1. What do you know about Poland? Are you know someone who has Polish roots??

2. Do you have friends?

3. What do you do the most?

4. How think who will win election in 2016 in the USA?

1. At Wharram, no I do not like tomatoes.

2. At Jack, yes I'd prefer mushrooms.

3. I know Poland was heavily involved in WWII, they predominately Catholic, and they are known for their sausages and perogies. I do not have Polish roots, I am in fact Scottish by heritage..

4. Yes, 503 0f them on Facebook to be exact. However, I will be doing some New Years cleaning and expect to be down to like 480 or so friends.

5. School, work, listen to Music, Watch Survivor/Big Brother, Vidcom, and go Partying.

6. Way too early to tell. It all comes down to Charismatic behaviour anyways.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #55 on: December 29, 2012, 12:47:20 PM »
As Obama cannot run again in 2016, do you think Hillary Clinton will run or are her presidential ambitions over? Would you like to see a female president whether it be Hillary or someone else?

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #56 on: December 29, 2012, 01:18:11 PM »
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Quote from: JackYour favourite restaurant or (kill me now) fast food outlet?

When you say ignorance is a personality trait you won't stand for, in what context is that? you mean you won't stand for racism, bigotry, homophobia and other types of discrimination. Or do you mean stupidity?1. Do Coffee Shops such as Crazy Mocha & Starbuck's count?

2. Yes, racism is something I'll never tolerate to be around. My problem with the United States is racial slurs/bigotry is protected as "free speech", but I feel you  enable someone to weaken their mind by allowing them to believe such things. I'm also against homophobia, religious hatred, & bullying.
No they don't :P, I mean like Frankie And Bennies, TGI Friday, Wendys etc.
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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #57 on: December 29, 2012, 01:22:39 PM »
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Quote from: michalHi.

1. What do you know about Poland? Are you know someone who has Polish roots??

2. Do you have friends?

3. What do you do the most?

4. How think who will win election in 2016 in the USA?1. At Wharram, no I do not like tomatoes.

2. At Jack, yes I'd prefer mushrooms.

3. I know Poland was heavily involved in WWII, they predominately Catholic, and they are known for their sausages and perogies. I do not have Polish roots, I am in fact Scottish by heritage..

4. Yes, 503 0f them on Facebook to be exact. However, I will be doing some New Years cleaning and expect to be down to like 480 or so friends.

5. School, work, listen to Music, Watch Survivor/Big Brother, Vidcom, and go Partying.

6. Way too early to tell. It all comes down to Charismatic behaviour anyways.
Yay! <3

Might I suggest that if you ever plan on a visit to Scotland, you go to Edinburgh, Glasgow is a total shit pit. I get that there's good and bad everywhere you go but there is just more bad in Glasgow than there is in Edinburgh, Edinburgh is a lovely city :), Glasgow is good but only if you are planning on getting paralytic 24/7.
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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #58 on: December 29, 2012, 01:36:19 PM »
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Quote from: DanQuote from: michalHi.

1. What do you know about Poland? Are you know someone who has Polish roots??

2. Do you have friends?

3. What do you do the most?

4. How think who will win election in 2016 in the USA?1. At Wharram, no I do not like tomatoes.

2. At Jack, yes I'd prefer mushrooms.

3. I know Poland was heavily involved in WWII, they predominately Catholic, and they are known for their sausages and perogies. I do not have Polish roots, I am in fact Scottish by heritage..

4. Yes, 503 0f them on Facebook to be exact. However, I will be doing some New Years cleaning and expect to be down to like 480 or so friends.

5. School, work, listen to Music, Watch Survivor/Big Brother, Vidcom, and go Partying.

6. Way too early to tell. It all comes down to Charismatic behaviour anyways. Yay! <3

Might I suggest that if you ever plan on a visit to Scotland, you go to Edinburgh, Glasgow is a total shit pit. I get that there's good and bad everywhere you go but there is just more bad in Glasgow than there is in Edinburgh, Edinburgh is a lovely city , Glasgow is good but only if you are planning on getting paralytic 24/7.

1. kay, my favourite restaurant is IDK, I still with school food. robably the local pizza shops nearby.

2. While I'm planning to study abroad in Northern Ireland in Spring, 2014, I can take a trip. I'll note that Edinburgh is the better city.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #59 on: December 29, 2012, 01:39:04 PM »
Don't you think for the "entertainment", it is not good to go in Ireland ? I mean professionnally.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #60 on: December 29, 2012, 02:00:20 PM »
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As Obama cannot run again in 2016, do you think Hillary Clinton will run or are her presidential ambitions over? Would you like to see a female president whether it be Hillary or someone else?
1. Hillary Clinton has resigned from being in Obama's cabinet and has stated she is officially retiring from Politics. Of course this doesn't stop her, but it is something to note.

2. A female president is very possible. One person I hope it isn't is Sarah Palin.


And to finish answering Jack's question about no tolerance towards people, I also don't like people who go around aggressively preaching and believing that the USA is the "best country in the world", and that other nations have nothing, and all of them "want to be like America", and believe America the greatest country because we have democracy/free speech, or anything of that nature. The United States fails to graduate about 25% of its high school students, in which many students graduate, but do not obtain an actual grade 12 education, is 15 trillion debt, does not have trust worthy civil service, has an unemployment rate of 15%-20%, spend $4 trillion on a war for oil, graduate about 30%-40% of students in public Universities, graduate 10%-13% from junior colleges, and many other reasons.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #61 on: December 29, 2012, 02:03:26 PM »
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Don't you think for the "entertainment", it is not good to go in Ireland ? I mean professionnally.
Wow. I wasn't even thinking of that. I wish to choose Ireland because last summer a group of 160 or so students from a youth group visted Pittsburgh, lodging at my University, and I want to go there, and spend four whole months with them in person, and Party HARD. While studying abroad, I can't work anyways, but I'm sure with the help of my friends, I'll coem up with something entertainment wise.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #62 on: December 29, 2012, 02:09:55 PM »
I can't stand that either. Some British people are the same, they talk about how great Britain and talk about all the atrocities in other countries but don't say anything about what happens at our metaphorical front doors ::)

It still shocks me that Northern Ireland is so close to England, Scotland and Wales yet religion still has such a big influence over the running of the country, for example abortion still being illegal :o

Have you ever had or wanted to have a sexual experience with a guy?
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« Reply #63 on: December 29, 2012, 02:22:59 PM »
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I can't stand that either. Some British people are the same, they talk about how great Britain and talk about all the atrocities in other countries but don't say anything about what happens at our metaphorical front doors

It still shocks me that Northern Ireland is so close to England, Scotland and Wales yet religion still has such a big influence over the running of the country, for example abortion still being illegal

Have you ever had or wanted to have a sexual experience with a guy?

Maybe Bieber for LOLZ. :o:o:o:o:o I'll at least achieve my goal of getting famous.

And just like geography, Canada would be on top. I honestly can't see Bieber having sex with any guy, or even kissing a guy.

As far as non famous guys, probably not.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #64 on: December 30, 2012, 05:27:12 AM »
Why not Sara Palin for President 2016??
What are deffirences between AmEng and CanEng? Is it any distinctons between speak people in Pennsylwania and f.e. Kolorado?

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #65 on: December 30, 2012, 08:07:27 AM »

Choose between being Justin Bieber's BFF or Mike Boogie/Dr. Will party mate.

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« Reply #66 on: December 30, 2012, 11:23:43 AM »
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Why not Sara Palin for President 2016??
What are deffirences between AmEng and CanEng? Is it any distinctons between speak people in Pennsylwania and f.e. Kolorado?
1. Sarah Palin is delusional & a bigot.

2. Canadian English is the same as the English of other commonwealth nations. Except they don't spell program like programme.

3. In Pennsylvania, specifically in Pittsburgh, or the Western PA region, we speak with a very unique accent. Here are some of our words:
Pix-burgh (Pittsburgh)
Yinz (plural for you all)
Jagoff (Bastard)
Nebby (nosy)
An'at (And that, used commonly at the end of a typical sentence)
E'Sliberty (East Liberty, a Pittsburgh nieghbourhood)
Sahside (Southside, a Pittsburgh neighbourhood commonly known for having 120+ bars)
Dahntahn (Downtown)
a'scared (scared/afraid)
Nor'side (North Side, where the Steeler's/Pirate's play)
Stiller's (Pittsburgh Steeler's, the Pittsburgh American football team)
Sammich (Sandwich)

ou sounds are commoinly pronounced like ah soun ds - abaht, aht, paht, etc.
ee words are commonly pronounced with a i sound, mill (meal), still (steal), crik (creek), etc.

Other accents include:
The south (from the state of Delaware on down to Easst of Texas)
Texas
New England (Connect up until the Canadian border)
New York (the city & the up-state part is entirely different)
Chicago Area
Californian/West Coast

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #67 on: December 30, 2012, 11:24:11 AM »
And Wharram, I choose to be Justin Bieber's BFF. :)

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« Reply #68 on: December 30, 2012, 11:26:12 AM »
So your accent is like the south accent where they don't pronounce the "I"

"I want to live here" : "Ah want to live hey"
"Why" : "Wah" (?)

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #69 on: December 30, 2012, 11:31:18 AM »
I've always heard to talk about peanut butter in Big Brother/Survivor, if you ever ate some of it,  how does it taste? I'm curious (?).

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #70 on: December 30, 2012, 11:35:29 AM »
I want to have the british accent, the London. Peanut But-ah (?) lmao

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #71 on: December 30, 2012, 12:54:57 PM »
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So your accent is like the south accent where they don't pronounce the "I"

"I want to live here" : "Ah want to live hey"
"Why" : "Wah" (?)
No, our accent is nothing like the south's accent. I can't even understand any of them speaking.

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« Reply #72 on: December 30, 2012, 12:55:42 PM »
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I've always heard to talk about peanut butter in Big Brother/Survivor, if you ever ate some of it,  how does it taste? I'm curious (?).
It's sticky, and nuts can get in your teeth easily if you eat crunchy peanut butter.

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Re: Interviewing: Dan
« Reply #73 on: December 30, 2012, 02:10:17 PM »
There is Titanic here in France TV, what do you think of this movie ? Is it one of your fav ?  What do you think of the end ? (Or maybe you never watched it ahah)

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« Reply #74 on: December 30, 2012, 02:26:31 PM »
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There is Titanic here in France TV, what do you think of this movie ? Is it one of your fav ?  What do you think of the end ? (Or maybe you never watched it ahah)
I think it's a good movie. I like it. It's not a favourite, that's for sure. I do think the ending is sad, though.