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Re: Oy Masseynut!!!! Gidday....

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Tony quit working on tractors and write a book!!

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 Re: Oy Masseynut!!!! Gidday.... in reply to 2tractors, 01-06-2013 06:58:27  
You would have to promise to buy a copy 2. I met people in my travels that were writing books about their travels... and they didn't get into a tenth the trouble... agh... adventures... I found myself in. When I got back here, asked about a job at a travel agency... they didn't give a rats butt about travel experience, they wanted 'computor literacy'... this was in the late 80's, so not like nowdays, when a 6 year old can make an i phone fly.
And ya know, in nearly 25- 30 years? Only about half a dozen people were even interested in hearing about anything about anywhere. A cousin's Korean wife wanted to know everything about everywhere, a guy I worked with who's brother married a girl from New Zealand, a kid going to Australia as a exchange student, my cousin's husband wanting to go to England and 'trace his roots'... not many more in all this time. The modern American is as mentally blank as the midevil grovels the grandparents did everything possible to get away from... and the last elections prove that more than half want to elect an emperor... oh man.... beam me up Scotty!

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