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Old 3rd May 2000, 08:25
emmett_y emmett_y is offline
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Cool Girl....Alaska is the beautiful part of the U.S.A......mountains, rivers, and ocean, and of course LOTS of rugged single men.

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Old 3rd May 2000, 13:06
VictoriaMasnaya VictoriaMasnaya is offline
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Location: Highland, CA USA
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hey don't scare her you know i didn;t need the spray yet!!!!!!
so helo there!!!!!
i think you are darn lucky person and life here is not so much fun but i like it you know
a lot less parties and drinks but you know it is so nice to see people being nice to you and just telling them stuff about you and ua too you know in here i met the love of my life and had so much fun i live with host family in cali and if you wanna know more just ask questions i will be glad to answer them
good luck i wanna hear from you soon
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Old 3rd May 2000, 13:10
VictoriaMasnaya VictoriaMasnaya is offline
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by the way cali is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
you know sun ocean and guys in swiming suits!!!!!!
(troll is getting tooooooo exited)
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Old 3rd May 2000, 17:47
Foggy Foggy is offline
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I must correct you on two points regarding Mr. Ungaro. Anyone who reads the boards know that he and I disagree on many things, but in the interests of fairness, I must refer you to something he posted on Russia.com, Russian Politics Board, Topic "socialism--the final answer" on February 3 & 4. Regarding communism, he wrote "I think that we can all agree that comminism is not even worthy of discussion. While it provides security and basic comfort, it stifles the human spirit, the human drive." Then, with regard to Socialism, he wrote "I am not an advocate of Socialism under any form or flavor."

Near the end of one post, he wrote "I am an advocate of a Free Enterprise System with
proper Social Programs."

Just points of clarification -- as I said, in the interest of fairness.

[This message has been edited by Foggy (edited 03 May 2000).]
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Old 4th May 2000, 07:49
B_Ungaro B_Ungaro is offline
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Greetings Cool One,
I have to thank Foggy for clearing up the
issue of my political preference. Mr.Natural
and I will have a chance to go fishing together, at that time I will attempt to give him some character guidance. I hope that
you will enjoy your visit to America.You will love the people for sure. They are friendly and good hearted.
Good Luck.
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Old 4th May 2000, 08:10
beata beata is offline
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"Gays!!!"? OMG :-)
Stop the fighting and give advice!
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Old 4th May 2000, 15:23
MrNatural MrNatural is offline
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Location: Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA
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Greetings everyone:

Foggy, I appreciate your attention in this matter as I have not read the quotes you cited. Now I would like to clear up a few things.

The quote said that communism "provides basic comfort." I think this indicates just how mixed up Mr. Ungero is. No communist system has been able to provide even enough food to properly feed the people. Oh yeah, the members of the communist party probably ate very well. I'm speculating here but it is quite possible that Ungero and his parents were members of the party in Hungary and thus were insulated from the sufferings of the common folk. Maybe this is why Ungero was able to come to America in the first place. It has been my experience that most of the immigrants who have come here since the demise of the USSR were members of the party and were affluent enough to get out "while the getting was good." Now that shows real character on the part of our recent immigrants who supported a system that couldn't even feed its' people and when the going gets rough they flee here and embrace(halfheartedly) our system which can feed its' people. I would ask Ungero if he was a member of the party but I know he won't answer, just like other direct questions I've posed in the past.

His reference to "the human spirit" is so bizarre it almost defies comprehension. I'm not even going to address it and ask the reader to peruse some of his postings. Decide for yourself if he believes in "the human spirit." Oh, he may like us to think he does but it is plain for all to see that he really, deep down, does not. He does, however, believe in logic and reason with all the fervor he can muster. And Foggy, I can't understand for the life of me how you can believe that he really believes in "the human spirit." Oh yeah, he'll protest but don't be deceived.

And Bill, if a trip on the lake is going to cost me a lesson in character, then I'll pass, thank you very much. That is really funny. Hilarious, actually.

Friends, I decided yesterday that the cyber life is not for me. I've enjoyed our time together but the time has come for me to move on. May the force be with each and every one of you and may you find happiness and prosperity in all of your endeavors. I've truly enjoyed our time together.
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