posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 09:07 PM
reply to post by Logos23
I live in Western Massachusetts and it is a beautiful rural area. The thing is that no matter where you go in the U.S....and it is a very big country
with places and areas of land bigger than the U.K. that have never had a Human Being walk upon....you will find some kid surfing the web on a Smart
It is impossible to get away from Technology here and it's use is ingrained in every aspect of life. Still I prefer the country to the city although
I get around alot.
I visit New York and L.A. quite a bit as well as travel over seas and I like people in the U.K. very much. They always treat me with great curtousy
and are polite...except when I rag on them about watching REAL FOOTBALL the New England Patriots! I was also pleasantly surprised to find out just
how big of Patriot Fans people from the U.K. are...must be because the word ENGLAND is in the teams name. LOL!
The U.K. has a different group of people depending on where one visits be it in London or up North or by the Eastern Shore...but I like them all. If
you ever get to visit the U.S....understand just how large the country is...as certain states such as Montana or Utah...and these are just a few named
of 50...are larger than entire European Countries so each State has it's own culture, cuisine, attraction and things to do.
The one thing that you will find is although Americans are a very wide group of people from all over the world...they are ALL AMERICANS and are by
majority VERY Patriotic and care for our Country very much. Although the E.U. has been brought into existence...when I am there...I can tell that
when I am in the Algarve in Portugal or if I am in Berlin or Madrid...or even a bit up the road in Bass Country...people are very much divided.
They don't seem to think or what to be part of the E.U. from a Patriotic Standpoint but rather still carry their own regions interests in all that
they are and do. Although different U.S. States also have different Cultures...when you ask someone what they are they will say...I am an