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A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema
 
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i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but nothing
beats gyros.

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Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
Turkish cuisine.

Gyros is the same. Its actaul name is "doner" in Turrkish which means
"rotates" which actually how it is cooked. Greeks call it "gyros"
meaning the same. What a coindedance haa!!!

Every single food item Greeks claim their is stolen from Turkish
cuisine.

If there was no Turkish food, not only greek would starve, but also
there would not be Greek tourrism industry.

And Greeks turn around bitch about Turks day in day out.


A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema wrote:
> i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but

nothing
> beats gyros.


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> wrote in message
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> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
> Turkish cuisine.
>

You're a real genius - the Greeks were civilized when the Turks were still
in caves....

Dimitri


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Dimitri wrote:
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> > Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen

from
> > Turkish cuisine.
> >

> You're a real genius - the Greeks were civilized when the Turks were

still
> in caves....



But that was last year!



Skylos



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> wrote in message
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> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
> Turkish cuisine.


Perhaps "stolen" isn't the appropriate word you are looking for,
marktrivers.

Perhaps you were trying to say that the Greeks were influenced by Turkish
cuisine during the long, unwanted and cruel occupation of most of Greece by
the Turks.

Was that what you were trying to say, marktrivers?

Henry.


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You rotting Mongol tent dweller. What cuisine did a bunch of slant-eyed
savage Mongol-Turkic nomads possibly have over the high civilisation of
Greece? I can just see them bringing their cuisine from western China, just
like Ghenghis Khan's hordes did.

Greece controlled the middle east since Alexander's time (323BC) and way
into Turkish oppression (1453AD) as well.

You brought coffee and yoghurt (off milk) to Europe. Big deal?!

> wrote in message
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>
> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
> Turkish cuisine.
>
> Gyros is the same. Its actaul name is "doner" in Turrkish which means
> "rotates" which actually how it is cooked. Greeks call it "gyros"
> meaning the same. What a coindedance haa!!!
>
> Every single food item Greeks claim their is stolen from Turkish
> cuisine.
>
> If there was no Turkish food, not only greek would starve, but also
> there would not be Greek tourrism industry.
>
> And Greeks turn around bitch about Turks day in day out.
>
>
> A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema wrote:
>> i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but

> nothing
>> beats gyros.

>



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try some souvlaki (kebab), it's better than gyro guaranteed.

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> try some souvlaki (kebab), it's better than gyro guaranteed.


I agree, as a former habitue of Toronto's Danforth. It's what I always
ended up ordering. I like moussaka, but it's such a pain in the ass to
make!

Skylos

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Avgolemono soup (chicken soup with rice and lots of lemon juice in it)
is very good served cold on a hot summer day.

Melissa



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> wrote in message
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>
> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
> Turkish cuisine.
>
> Gyros is the same. Its actaul name is "doner" in Turrkish which means
> "rotates" which actually how it is cooked. Greeks call it "gyros"
> meaning the same. What a coindedance haa!!!
>
> Every single food item Greeks claim their is stolen from Turkish
> cuisine.
>
> If there was no Turkish food, not only greek would starve, but also
> there would not be Greek tourrism industry.
>
> And Greeks turn around bitch about Turks day in day out.



I'm neither Greek nor a Turk, but my experience is that Mediterranean
cooking is very similar across all those neighbouring countries.

Personally, nothing I've eaten in Turkey rivals some of the amazing cuisine
I've tasted in Greece - on islands like Santorini, Naxos, Crete, as well as
the mainland & Cyprus.

Stifado, Kleftiko and all that good stuff! Gimme more!

Joe


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"Most, if not all"? Where did you get lemons, and all the meditteranean
vegetables and fish in the central asian steppes?
Besides, your versions of our dishes are attrocious!

Greeks, bitch about Turks? That's a laugh! Like you don't have enough
problems of your own?
BTW, you are the biggest bitch on wheels, bitching about Greeks 24/7 in
this NG posting garbage day in and day out!
You think you're smart but you're so dumb! Get a clue and get a life
marktrivers.

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On 9 Mar 2005 08:45:12 -0800, "A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema"
> wrote:

>i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but nothing
>beats gyros.


What would the Middle East do without unleven bread?
-Rich


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RichA wrote:

>
> What would the Middle East do without unleven bread?
> -Rich


How is Greece in the Middle East, Rich? Don't mean to be sarcastic but
it does not exactly border with Lebanon.

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can you tell a greek from a turk these days? During 3 centuries of
Turkish rule, turks did alot of fuc*ing. most greek women gave birth
to half-turkish babies. in fact, most greeks are dark, hairy, and
asiatic looking. they sho aint the tall blonde gods they once was.

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yeah, well Phish sux.

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You go to a Greek restaurant/night club, all you see belly dancing with
100 percent Turkish music.

Once I met a Greek student here. All he was singing was Turkish music.
His car was full of Turkish music CDs and tapes. I asked him about the
music he was singing and listening, he said it was "Greek music." He
did know that I knew he was bull-shiting me.

Greeks can talk about Alexander the Homo and the spreader of Greek
Syphilisization, all they want. They should know a lot of water flowed
under the bridge since then. Greeks mixted with Arabs, Jews, Gypsies,
Albanians, Italians, Russians, all the peoples of Balkans and Eastern
Europe, you name it they mixed with. Turks???

No Turks would not and did not even touch a Greek not even with a
ten-foot pole.


Dorian West wrote:
> You rotting Mongol tent dweller. What cuisine did a bunch of

slant-eyed
> savage Mongol-Turkic nomads possibly have over the high civilisation

of
> Greece? I can just see them bringing their cuisine from western

China, just
> like Ghenghis Khan's hordes did.
>
> Greece controlled the middle east since Alexander's time (323BC) and

way
> into Turkish oppression (1453AD) as well.
>
> You brought coffee and yoghurt (off milk) to Europe. Big deal?!
>
> > wrote in message
> oups.com...
> >
> > Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen

from
> > Turkish cuisine.
> >
> > Gyros is the same. Its actaul name is "doner" in Turrkish which

means
> > "rotates" which actually how it is cooked. Greeks call it "gyros"
> > meaning the same. What a coindedance haa!!!
> >
> > Every single food item Greeks claim their is stolen from Turkish
> > cuisine.
> >
> > If there was no Turkish food, not only greek would starve, but also
> > there would not be Greek tourrism industry.
> >
> > And Greeks turn around bitch about Turks day in day out.
> >
> >
> > A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema wrote:
> >> i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but

> > nothing
> >> beats gyros.

> >


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One word. Back Hair



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A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema wrote:

> i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but

nothing
> beats gyros.


I would think that souvlaki is the best.
Have you been to Pantheon?
You will never want to go elsewhere.

Tony



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RichA wrote:
> On 9 Mar 2005 08:45:12 -0800, "A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema"
> > wrote:
>
>
>>i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but nothing
>>beats gyros.

>
>
> What would the Middle East do without unleven bread?



You just threw caution to the wind on that one, huh.

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On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 03:42:14 GMT, trotsky > wrote:

>RichA wrote:
>> On 9 Mar 2005 08:45:12 -0800, "A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema"
>> > wrote:
>>
>>
>>>i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but nothing
>>>beats gyros.

>>
>>
>> What would the Middle East do without unleven bread?

>
>
>You just threw caution to the wind on that one, huh.


I'll go so far as to say I'm not a fan of Greek food.
I prefer Indian, Chinese or Anglo.
-Rich
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Crudbar, it was the Greeks and other Europeans that ****ed the Turks and
made them look European. What Greek looks Mongoloid you dumb Muslim ****?
Greeks have been kicking Turkish butt for the last 200 years and Greece is a
vast Turkish graveyard fertilised by Turkish blood and bone. Muslims did not
**** Christians Ali, get that it your Mongol head and do you think Greek
women raped by Turks actually kept any degenerate offspring? Either off to
the janissary core or Christened and its brains dashed out on rocks.

"A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema" > wrote in message
oups.com...
> can you tell a greek from a turk these days? During 3 centuries of
> Turkish rule, turks did alot of fuc*ing. most greek women gave birth
> to half-turkish babies. in fact, most greeks are dark, hairy, and
> asiatic looking. they sho aint the tall blonde gods they once was.
>



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Two words: only in Causcasoid people and not hairless Mongols.
"uNjoyMiceElf" > wrote in message
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> One word. Back Hair
>


Eight words: only in Caucasoid people and not hairless Mongoloids.




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The music is either Greek, Semitic Middle-Eastern or Indian as these 3 had
civilisations and Greeks controlled their areas for millennia. I can't see a
bunch of slant-eyed Mongols carrying their guitars and belly dancers to
introduce it to the great Greek civilisation, Middle Eastern civilisations
like Sumer and Indus valley.

You Turks have been ****ed over by Greeks, Armenians, Slavs, Magyars and the
rest that it's they that have left their imprint and culture on you, steppe
Mongols that you are.

All the music is Turkey is copies of Greek artists anyway in breach of
international copyright laws, but what do Turks know of laws and
civilisation?

> wrote in message
oups.com...
>
>
> You go to a Greek restaurant/night club, all you see belly dancing with
> 100 percent Turkish music.
>
> Once I met a Greek student here. All he was singing was Turkish music.
> His car was full of Turkish music CDs and tapes. I asked him about the
> music he was singing and listening, he said it was "Greek music." He
> did know that I knew he was bull-shiting me.
>
> Greeks can talk about Alexander the Homo and the spreader of Greek
> Syphilisization, all they want. They should know a lot of water flowed
> under the bridge since then. Greeks mixted with Arabs, Jews, Gypsies,
> Albanians, Italians, Russians, all the peoples of Balkans and Eastern
> Europe, you name it they mixed with. Turks???
>
> No Turks would not and did not even touch a Greek not even with a
> ten-foot pole.
>
>
> Dorian West wrote:
>> You rotting Mongol tent dweller. What cuisine did a bunch of

> slant-eyed
>> savage Mongol-Turkic nomads possibly have over the high civilisation

> of
>> Greece? I can just see them bringing their cuisine from western

> China, just
>> like Ghenghis Khan's hordes did.
>>
>> Greece controlled the middle east since Alexander's time (323BC) and

> way
>> into Turkish oppression (1453AD) as well.
>>
>> You brought coffee and yoghurt (off milk) to Europe. Big deal?!
>>
>> > wrote in message
>> oups.com...
>> >
>> > Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen

> from
>> > Turkish cuisine.
>> >
>> > Gyros is the same. Its actaul name is "doner" in Turrkish which

> means
>> > "rotates" which actually how it is cooked. Greeks call it "gyros"
>> > meaning the same. What a coindedance haa!!!
>> >
>> > Every single food item Greeks claim their is stolen from Turkish
>> > cuisine.
>> >
>> > If there was no Turkish food, not only greek would starve, but also
>> > there would not be Greek tourrism industry.
>> >
>> > And Greeks turn around bitch about Turks day in day out.
>> >
>> >
>> > A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema wrote:
>> >> i've tried leg of lamb, mousaka, and other stuff. all great but
>> > nothing
>> >> beats gyros.
>> >

>



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Where are you to take the racists to task Henry, you ****ing
Jewish-Turkish-Mongol ****??? It seems you only attack me, one of
Hellenism's greatest defenders. Why is that Jew-Mongol? I can't help the
cards God dealt you? Being a Jew and related to the Mongols must be a
terrible cross to bear and I did say cross Jew fag.

Why do you hang around in Greek NGs? Mossad, the Turkish SS? Jews and
Muslims are the beasts of humanity, not Greeks. Middle eastern mud people
are synonymous with torture, murder, terrorism, extortion, rape and all form
of criminality.

"A Total Moron's Guide to Cinema" > wrote in message
oups.com...
> can you tell a greek from a turk these days? During 3 centuries of
> Turkish rule, turks did alot of fuc*ing. most greek women gave birth
> to half-turkish babies. in fact, most greeks are dark, hairy, and
> asiatic looking. they sho aint the tall blonde gods they once was.
>


"Henry Hooray" > wrote in message
...
> > wrote in message
> oups.com...
>>
>> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
>> Turkish cuisine.

>
> Perhaps "stolen" isn't the appropriate word you are looking for,
> marktrivers.
>
> Perhaps you were trying to say that the Greeks were influenced by Turkish
> cuisine during the long, unwanted and cruel occupation of most of Greece
> by the Turks.
>
> Was that what you were trying to say, marktrivers?
>
> Henry.
>



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"Dorian West" > wrote in message
...
> Where are you to take the racists to task Henry, you ****ing
> Jewish-Turkish-Mongol ****??? It seems you only attack me, one of
> Hellenism's greatest defenders. Why is that Jew-Mongol? I can't help the
> cards God dealt you? Being a Jew and related to the Mongols must be a
> terrible cross to bear and I did say cross Jew fag.
>
> Why do you hang around in Greek NGs? Mossad, the Turkish SS? Jews and
> Muslims are the beasts of humanity, not Greeks. Middle eastern mud people
> are synonymous with torture, murder, terrorism, extortion, rape and all
> form of criminality.


Please understand, Dorian West, that this is nothing personal.

Your calling me all sorts of things I am not is just silly playground
stuff - what one expects from unintelligent racists such as you. If you
could but explain in reasonably rational terms why I - just another normal
white guy, probably not dissimilar to you - should join with you and start
hating people based on nothing but the colour of their skin, then you would
surprise and delight me. But you can't, Dorian West, can you: you are just a
primitive, pathological hater, hater of Jews, hater of coloured people,
hater of women, hater of left wingers. Hatred based on primordial feelings
of fear, of inadequacy. Pretty sad, really.

But you can see the truth for yourself when we meet during your forthcoming
trip to Europe. But please be prepared to meet just another normal white
guy - the only difference between us is that you are proud to be a racist,
and I abhor racism.

That is, unless you are scared to face the truth, Dorian West.

Henry.

> "Henry Hooray" > wrote in message
> ...
>> > wrote in message
>> oups.com...
>>>
>>> Most, if not all, items of so called Greek cuisine has been stolen from
>>> Turkish cuisine.

>>
>> Perhaps "stolen" isn't the appropriate word you are looking for,
>> marktrivers.
>>
>> Perhaps you were trying to say that the Greeks were influenced by Turkish
>> cuisine during the long, unwanted and cruel occupation of most of Greece
>> by the Turks.
>>
>> Was that what you were trying to say, marktrivers?
>>
>> Henry.



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Grik food, like much of their culture, was STOLEN from the Ottoman
Turks who RULED them for 500 years

If you like gyros you should try a trip to Turkiye

http://www.gototurkey.co.uk

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True ! but you forget that the *******ised Turko-Grik babies which you
speak of were also raped by hordes of Albanians, Serbs & Vlachs to boot

The most hilarios thing a westerner can witness is a stumpy litte dark
Grik midget try to compare himself to some Mythical Blonde Nordic Gods

Mbouharharharharharharharharharharharharharharhar

*LOLOL*



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Nope

When Griks STEAL something, like history or shish kebabs, they
invariably re-brand it first, giving it a Grik name and THEN they claim
it always WAS.... IS and WILL BE Grik

THIEVES !

Now Henry, if you ever hear a Grik who's just served you a tasty
platter of Kleftiko ( real name Kuzu Firin ) explain that the Turkish
meal you just ate was absorbed into grik quisine during the half
Millennia that grease was an Ottoman province......and the OUZO you
washed it down with ( Real name RAKI ) was adopted at the same time...

I'll eat my Fez !

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How CUTE !

An Eastern Armenian SPELLCHEKKUR !

Mwaaahahahahahahahahaharharhar

Spelchekurian

*LMFAOAY*

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KAEYbab - from the Greek for burn as in CApsicum, CAYenne pepper - the "C"
being pronounced "K" in the English spelling. So shove it up your butt you
tent dwelling steppe Mongol from cannibal Asia.

If Greeks were stealers they would rename Turkish coffee into Greek mud or
something, but they're the only Europeans that kept alive the Turk name of
this vile drug the Turks brought into Europe. Maybe they wanted to be
reminded of your "cultural achievements"? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
Like NOTHING!

"Seanie O'Kilfoyle" > wrote in message
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>
>
> Nope
>
> When Griks STEAL something, like history or shish kebabs, they
> invariably re-brand it first, giving it a Grik name and THEN they claim
> it always WAS.... IS and WILL BE Grik
>
> THIEVES !
>
> Now Henry, if you ever hear a Grik who's just served you a tasty
> platter of Kleftiko ( real name Kuzu Firin ) explain that the Turkish
> meal you just ate was absorbed into grik quisine during the half
> Millennia that grease was an Ottoman province......and the OUZO you
> washed it down with ( Real name RAKI ) was adopted at the same time...
>
> I'll eat my Fez !
>



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Seanie O'Kilfoyle writes:

> Grik food, like much of their culture, was STOLEN from the Ottoman
> Turks who RULED them for 500 years
>
> If you like gyros you should try a trip to Turkiye
>
> http://www.gototurkey.co.uk


Culture stolen from the Ottoman Turks!! LOL Now they clean the Europeans'
toilets! LOL

Try harder, you stinking Turk!
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Seanie O'Kilfoyle writes:

> How CUTE !
>
> An Eastern Armenian SPELLCHEKKUR !
>
> Mwaaahahahahahahahahaharharhar
>
> Spelchekurian
>
> *LMFAOAY*


A Turkish idiot coming to the defense of his dyslexic collegue! What a
sight! Two backward, Third World Turks have learned to send posts on
usenet! LOL!


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when I went to Greece all I ate was gyros. You think they are good
here . . . well you havent a good one then becuas they are absolutely
amazing. We were in IOS and we went to this local hole in the whole 2x
a day. We would eat them when we were not even hungry

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I thought Stalin killed you in 1940.

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most greeks look short, dark, grubby, swarthy, hairy, and almost
semitic to me.
they got dark oily curly hair, big noses, sandni**erish skin.
besides, the original greeks were egyptians so most greeks probably
have negroid blood in them as well.
socrates was black, you know. look at his bust. big broad nose.

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Ok i was bored to hear the greeks stole this, stole that from turkish
and bla,bla,bla.
We are in these are greece from 3000 before christ until 2005 in that
time many things happened.
In the end of Byzantine Empire 1453 the turkish assaulted and
contantinouple and greece for 400 years until 1821.
In 400 years don't you think that the greek and turkish culture mixed
up and greeks took a lot of things from turkish and they took all of
thing from Greeks? So nobody steal from anybody the cultures mixed up
and greeks take things from turkish and they evolute them and you will
see many similarities between cultures. And don't forget that greece is
in south east europe that means more near in egypt, arabic countries
turkish so the greek culture interacts that kind of cultures. If greece
was next to england of north europe countries would interact with them.
But with the globalization effect would be everything american
hamburger and stupidity.

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Ok i was bored to hear the greeks stole this, stole that from turkish
and bla,bla,bla.
We are in these are greece from 3000 before christ until 2005 in that
time many things happened.
In the end of Byzantine Empire 1453 the turkish assaulted and
contantinouple and greece for 400 years until 1821.
In 400 years don't you think that the greek and turkish culture mixed
up and greeks took a lot of things from turkish and they took all of
thing from Greeks? So nobody steal from anybody the cultures mixed up
and greeks take things from turkish and they evolute them and you will
see many similarities between cultures. And don't forget that greece is
in south east europe that means more near in egypt, arabic countries
turkish so the greek culture interacts that kind of cultures. If greece
was next to england of north europe countries would interact with them.
But with the globalization effect would be everything american
hamburger and stupidity.

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