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This isn't very funny anymore
all day there are helicopters flying over my house, and the worst part is that it are american helicopters.
Bush is really preparing for war.
i know that they are bringing in equipment from germany to the harbor of antwerp for shipment with 800 soldiers, but now they are also flying in Chinooks, some Blackhawks and lot's of Apache's
 

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Well most European country's are against it too, no wonder
and andrew what's that link, it asks to register
 

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Well, this Ferrari driver does not like SADDAM and wishes him to go.
May he rotten in Hell.

Bush is my President and I will support him in this matter. I did not vote for him.

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So in other words you are happy that it will be war.
Just cuz Bush want's to have control over the oil and doesn't wanna loose face
 

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I am not interested in the oil. If some man tried to waxed my father, I would take him out.

Oh, well.

PS: Do you have any problems between the two groups of people in you8r country?

Crap. This is getting to political and not about our favorite subject.

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hehe..we don't risk much here in Switzerland as all criminals and gangsters have their money stored in Swiss Banks..LOL

Didier.
 

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What do you mean with the 2 groups in my country???
you mean the flemish and the wallonian side??
 

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Spaceboy,
I have always admired the Swiss. They are neutral because no nation wishes to invade it. The Swiss would not lose. Those Swiss are smart and heavily armed.

Someone my wife knows is Swiss. Thursday, he gets a ride in my beast. Not only is Switzerland interesting, but that Swiss is intelligent. From what I know of it but I have never been there, Switzerland is the California of Europe.

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hehe..for your info I'm belgian (flemish part) but living in Switzerland. it's a nice country with a high life standard. But it's not paradise neither. Everything is very expensive even for us (insurance, rent, ...) and politics is very slow. Normal, it's a federation. And they have that "referendum" thing where people can vote if that want a law or not. Often, nothing moves and then you have to wait a couple of years to have another votation...pfff..

But I prefer working here than in Brussels :wink:

Didier.
 

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you used to work in the centre of brussels??
i hate going out there to clients especially in the morning
 

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yes, my office was in Asse and I worked for some clients at "Place Madou" and also not far from "Gare Midi"..so every day I passes Koekelberg..coming from Gent...means every day >2h on the road...no thanks !
 

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maybe but now it only takes me 20min from home to work. Before I went event on foot to work (10min) !! Why spending 2h by day in heavy traffic ? Maybe because it's a Ferrari..haha..

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oooh yeah, i would sacrifice that time with pleasure in a traffic jam with a Ferrari.
A few days ago i was talking with my boss, it just happens that i need a new car, and i mentioned that there is a Barchetta for sale here, and he looked at me with a face of: yeah right, get lost :ex: :green:
 

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Imagine I am a commander of 5,000 to 10,000 Iranian soldiers. Of course, I have been in the military for over 15 years. I fought in the Gulf War against President Busch, the first. Now his son is coming after me.

Hooray. My soldiers will stop the enemy just like before.

Yipes. I am in deep do-do. What should I do to survive?

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dig a deep hole and crawl in :lol:
 

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DJ,
You do not live in a war zone and those helicopters are there to insure that you will not live in a war zone. Back in 1945 Belgium welcomed the sight of the American military yet, in the early parts of the European conflict there were many protesting against American involvement in a war with Germany because it was clearly a "European problem". Saddam is no different than Hitler.

Read President Bush's Oct 9th speach on the Iraqi threat:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/10/20021007-8.html

It isn't about oil. The US doesn't even buy Iraqi oil. The country we buy the most oil from is, in fact, Canada. It isn't about saving face either. It is about protecting those who cannot protect themselves from a murderous tyrant.
 
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