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  1. #1
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    what is your dream country?

    Hellow,


    just want to know... where do you want to live? in datacenter?
    Really, what is your dream country? Why?



    Thanks

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    Italy..specifically Vicenza, Italy. a small town of 101,000 people.

    Why? Simple. I was born there. My mom's entire family is there. My grandfather is buried there. But besides that, it's a great town. First, everything is in walking distance, but it's not like the U.S. (ie. NY), where you have a risk of getting ran over by car.

    Second, it's so beautiful there with the mountains and when it snows and just great.

    Third, they have some of the most beautiful cathedral imaginable. Just large and historic cathedrals.

    Last, it's old. It's pure history. The roads are made of bricks that were lay ed centuries ago.

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    #1)Canada - Really nice people
    #2)Hong Kong - For a busy type lifestyle
    #3)Aussie Land - Just to Box with the Roo's
    #4)UK - To get my Linux Format Mag cheaper
    Thats more than one but I'm bored.

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    iowa

    yes, iowa
    if you haven't considered chapter 7 bankruptcy, maybe you should.
    eliminate your debt, keep the property you want, most people qualify.
    contrary to popular belief - no attorney is necessary!

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    In a batch of rising bread dough.

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    I've always wanted to go/live in London. Mostly because I love British culture.

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    (dream cities) I really loved Boston and Ottawa (i just wish they were warmer)

    about a country.. i guess Canada and Australia
    enjoy your flaming and hypocracy

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    Tasmania

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    Originally posted by TheDoctor
    Tasmania

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    Am in Sandy Bay, Hobart now

    Dream Country? Queenstown, New Zealand
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    Good old U.S.A. There's a lot to love and a lot to hate, and I wouldn't have it any other way

    But if you're asking where else, I've always had a hankerin' to check out Iceland. I love snow and cold weather, reykjavik (sp?) is a happening place, and I've heard the golf courses are breathtaking during the sumer. South France is gorgeous too. My brother was born in Australia and I have some family there I've never met. I almost went to Adelaide for college, and I've felt a strong draw to the country. I guess that's about what comes to mind for living somewhere else.
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    If you could take Canada and move it about 3000 miles south then it would be my dream country.

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    The United States
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    USA!

    *this will make the text longer....*

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    The Bronx..

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    Originally posted by Velostream
    I've always wanted to go/live in London. Mostly because I love British culture.
    It's not often you hear that!
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    1. Reykjavik, Iceland
    2. Japan
    3. Okinawa

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    #1 USA, but not necessarily in Pennsylvania, maybe Texas or Nevada.

    #2 Canada, specifically British Columbia. (not Surrey )

    #3 Brasil (the women, 'nuff said... )

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    #1 Liechtenstein
    #2 Seychelles



    And top of all Internet
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    why?

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    I'd love to live in UK, especially London. Not only do I love the culture and respect the people, I "know" a lot of people there (both people who I've met and people I only talk on the internet to).

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    Originally posted by Rob83
    Italy..specifically Vicenza, Italy. a small town of 101,000 people.
    101,000 is small ? If you think that is small you would think 15,000 is ity bity . As for me I would just like to live in America!

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    A beach house in mexico near the equator....

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    Originally posted by Torith
    101,000 is small ? If you think that is small you would think 15,000 is ity bity . As for me I would just like to live in America!
    I am hoping to move back to Tassie. I probably would live in a medium sized town just out of Hobart, Which is the Capital. On e such town is Triabunna.


    Triabunna is located on Spring Bay, 86km NE of Hobart. Once it was a whaling
    base and garrison town for the nearby Maria Island penal settlement. ... Today, Triabunna, population 766, is a centre for the scallop and abalone industries.

    At present I live on the mainland in a very large country town ... Eaglehawk ..with a population of approximately 8,000 people. that is way to big for me.
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  24. #24
    Great topic

    #1 England
    #2 Canada


    However, i'm already happy where i am
    Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level, then beat you with experience.

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    - England
    - France
    - Japan
    - Germany
    - Netherlands

    Umm...in no particular order, but above are where I'd love to live in.

  26. #26
    Originally posted by Velostream
    I've always wanted to go/live in London. Mostly because I love British culture.
    Nah mate london is rubbish and so in most of the uk. Its always cold weather and slow inet, me needs to move to the usa

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    Ireland, love it.
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    I really like the United States, but if I had to pick another country, I'd live in Aussie.

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    Originally posted by NeoGen
    #1 Liechtenstein
    #2 Seychelles
    The Seychelles that's where I want to go...if they have high speed internet connections

    Why would somebody want to go to Liechtenstein? Is it 'cus of the cheap gas, booze and cigs?

    HL

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    Originally posted by NeoGen
    #1 Liechtenstein
    #2 Seychelles
    The Seychelles that's where I want to go...if they have high speed internet connections

    Why would somebody want to go to Liechtenstein? Is it 'cus of the cheap gas, booze and cigs?

    HL

    P.S. something is wrong with my inet connection. About 50% of the sites I want to go to are down..

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    Originally posted by TalkWeed
    Nah mate london is rubbish and so in most of the uk. Its always cold weather and slow inet, me needs to move to the usa
    7 posts and you are a Premium member Are you another one of these watcher folk.
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