Keep in mind that the U.S. is a large country and we have many different areas with many different dialects and ways of thinking. What you just posted is very true in some parts of the south. But there are also many intelligent folks there who do not talk or think like that. No matter what state you go to, there will be accents and phrases that are unique to that area. Just like the U.K. Different strokes (and accents) for different folks. Original comment »
Reply from Scott Bull: Ah but we didn't vote for Bush....twice....and the second time he got democratically elected....that and we have free healthcare and a decent education system.
Reply from Scott Bull: Autumn....it's called Autumn, lol....mind you, I'm still trying to teach my amazing Jen the English language, the problem is it's not the first language in the US, but I can speak fluent Amurcan, check it out: hyuk-hyuk-hyuk, I wurv mah guhn, now I gon' watch me some NASCAR and drink some weak-ARSE beer.
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Reply from Scott Bull: My Dell Alienware M17X R4 gets so hot from having all the gear inside it I can really heat my lap on it, though it weighs over 5kg so my legs start to go numb at that point anyhow....that and the AW plate on the underside is made of metal....the morons....