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> > Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:14:06 +0100
> > From: Vincent Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: RE: Bush's War on Terrorism
> > <I'm starting to feel like a travel agent. Check out Tunisia and
> > Morocco.
> >> Lots of American and European expats live in both.>
> > Surely that would make them less desirable to live in ? :-)
> >>> Can't say I know of a muslim country that would be nice to live
> > in.>>
> > I nearly missed this rather nasty little sentence. Beware sweeping
> > generalisations, whoever wrote this.
> > Vincent
>It is not a sweeping generalisation, it is my personal judgement based upon
>my preferences of which you know very little about. I have nothing against
>anyone unless they take issue with me. From the information I have read I
>not believe I know of a muslim country that would be nice to live in, but
>because I do not know (and that is why I used the word do not know) means I
>can be persuaded In the face of evidence to the contrary. As I say in an
>earlier post, I would be happy to visit the counties and meet the people,
>who I gather are generally hospitable and friendly, like most people in the
>world. I just love living where I am. The nastiness resides in your
>interpretation, not the sentence.
Like they say about New York: They may be nice places to visit but you
probably wouldn't want to live there. I've found few places in the world
I'd rather live in than where I live now. No, make that none. The few just
come in a close second.
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