RE: Bush's War on Terrorism

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Date: Wed Apr 24 2002 - 14:23:38 BST

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    Good morning, mites,


    My rule of thumb is that when I run into someone speaking english with an
    accent, I can be sure that he/she is perceiving me to have just as much of


    > <And I'm non. I'm a Yorkshireman.>
    > That explains so much... :-)
    > Yes, it's amusing to hear the term 'British' accent, but then I
    > suppose people over hear will talk of an 'American' accent too. Of course
    > familiarity with a range of American accents is more likely in
    > Britain than
    > vice versa, if only due to the predominance of US TV shows on UK
    > TV. Current
    > TV favourites of mine include almost exclusively American shows- The West
    > Wing, 24 (please don't tell me what happens!), The X-Files,
    > Smallville, ER,
    > and Malcolm in the Middle.
    > As we used to say in my home town (Maidstone in Kent), we have pubs
    > three times older than the USA.
    > Vincent

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