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Subject:Re: 'istory of the US and UK From:John Fulton <jfulton -at- LSI-DSP -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Fri, 9 May 1997 15:50:27 +0000
chrisb -at- context -dot- co -dot- uk wrote:
>BTW loads of English people I know have tales of going to
>America and being asked if they are Australian, because we
>don't sound like the English people you guys get on TV and
When I was in San Francisco, I was asked if I was Irish, Australian or
English. Actually, I'm Scottish - but I don't sound like Groundskeeper
Willy from The Simpsons, so I was assigned to random non-American