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Originally posted by Flavian
reply to post by thepupils
You would have to be in your seventies to remember then.
The US claims part of the Arctic. Where do you stand on that?
Originally posted by Domo1
This a weird and perhaps unfounded pet peeve... Shouldn't it be A historic, not an historic? At least in the country that knows how to English? Do we say AN history lesson? Do we say AN hemophiliac? No. People think it's OK because they say an istoric.
Originally posted by thepupils
I can't be bothered as an American with Antarctica. I'm to occupied with buying up all surplus twinkles, ding dongs, and zingers before *gasps* they become extinct. I can't be bothered with some frozen rock, ooh did you hear Miley Cyrus might take over the fat, smart mouthed kid in "Two & a Half Men?" Imagine that! Hey did you catch the Cowboys game? Etc....
As a "fat,lazy, stupid" American I could care less that we own parts of Antarctica. Just as long as those "tea & crumpet" munchers get their hands off our land we took fare & square!
Originally posted by Freeborn
As the grammar police seem to be on patrol in this thread, , I think you'll find it should be I couldn't care less.
Originally posted by Ted1987
reply to post by Did you see them
Does anyone know if the British crew in the Antarctic have started drilling into that lake? Bit of a coincedence tho
Also do you think they have had the queen claim the land in prep for another world war?