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originally posted by: Chickensalad
a reply to: Psynic
Lol..sorry bout that.
I work with three of them today, 2 viets, ones been here 20yrs and the other 5 and 1 Laos, been here 8 yrs.
Other than that, all I can really offer is my opinion.
As to how many I personally know: well, im fully submersed into the asian culture here. Im pretty much considerded a "cracker asian" So I would say anywhere from 30-50 that I personally know and communicate with on an average basis.
originally posted by: Whateva69
a reply to: DarkAngel8
here you go
Poll Results: What happened to missing flight MH370?
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
Well folks, there's an aspect to these results that is both shocking and embarrassing. I'm not going to mention it and see who picks up in the stunning revelation within the results. I had to double check the data, double check again, and then… I don't know… just sat in a corner for a while. Otherwise, the results are not unexpected.
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Love and harmony
originally posted by: hmmmbeer
Check out how many Yanks have no idea what they're on about. Compared to 'the rest of world' a term that eludes many Americans.
originally posted by: ipsedixit
The question is, was the Malaysian Defense Minister grasping at the American option out of shear desperation as a "one villain fits all" scapegoat or was he letting the cat out of the bag, because he actually has solid reasons, radar or Malaysian Air Force pilot eyewitnesses, to believe that MH 370 was shot down in the area of Diego Garcia, most probably by the American military?