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    Jewish as far back as the eye can see. *I immigrated from what was then the USSR, but is now Belarus in 1989.

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    Quote: from Fabb on 5:06 pm on Mar. 19, 2003
    Quote: from dbhstockton on 11:46 am on Mar. 19, 2003
    all this recent virulent francophobia is upsetting.
    I'm glad you said that.
    I'm upset, too.
    Don't worry, Fabb. *We all love ya, at least

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    ah, I'm feeling the Love.

    My best friend is lebanese JMgarcia, so your in good company...

    LoL, It's been a great 100 posts everyone...hope to debate AND agree with you guys for a long, long time.

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    Yay! *NYC Maniac has 100+ posts! *::gets out the punch and pie and throws balloons around::

    ...and no, that wasn't sarcasm


    (Edited by TLOZ Link5 at 8:58 pm on Mar. 20, 2003)

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    Half german, half czech, all jewish all the time heh *)
    Way to go NyC MaNiAc, you too Ptarmigan *)

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    yay!! TLOZ Link5 rules!!

    hmm...you edited that post...

    Haha you probably had to throw in that "and no, that wasn't sarcasm" comment...either way, Thank you, Thank you...

    And thanks Bennie B!

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    Canadian from to top of my head down to my warm wooly socks.

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    ...and......that's it? Being Canadian is like being American in that our ancestors come from somewhere else (unless you're "native" Canadian). So are you "native" Canadian, French Canadian, English, Korean...what?

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    My bad, Im not asking nationalities here rather ancestry. The topic title is wrong, Rich was right.

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    Three of my four grandparents were Scottish and the other was Canadian. *That's as far back as I go.

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    The LIRR has gotten much better, IMHO.

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    I'm a Korean American who lives in Queens. I always take the LIRR to Manhattan because it's less crowded, faster, and more relaxing. Yes it's more expensive, but it's worth it.

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    I'm French.
    Born and bred.
    I love smelly cheese.

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    well said Fabb. Though not French, I too like smelly cheese. Ah, yes, behold the power...

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    Quote: from Gulcrapek on 9:55 pm on Mar. 18, 2003
    SheepsHEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!! Woo
    Gulcrapek, you're from Sheepshead Bay?

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