I'm so glad I don't live in the US...

  interzone55 11:00 23 May 2008
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They just don't have a clue...

click here

  belfman 11:09 23 May 2008

Next will be free bullets in your cornflakes.

  Noldi 12:12 23 May 2008

"We're just damn glad to live in a free country where you can have a gun if you want to."

Says it all.

Noldi

  al7478 13:33 23 May 2008

interpretation...click here

Lost In Translation indeed.

  rawprawn 15:14 23 May 2008

When I picked up my last new car, my wife got a bunch of flowers.Somewhat different attitude in the UK, thank goodness.

  interzone55 17:02 23 May 2008

I heard that it meant all American could wear short sleeved shirts...

  spuds 17:46 23 May 2008

I always knew those Americans had vehicle security and protection all tied up.

We in the UK, have bumper stickers, saying 'This vehicle is owned by the Mafia'.

  birdface 18:17 23 May 2008

If they done the same in this country there would probably be queue's around the block.A high ranking Police Officer came out with the statement that there was a drop in violent crime.Why.Everyone is scares to go out after dark.Give this country another 10-20 years and we will be as bad as the americans.

  laurie53 21:15 23 May 2008

No quote from the local police chief/sheriff.

  WhiteTruckMan 21:39 23 May 2008

click here

(shakes head)

WTM

  al7478 00:36 24 May 2008

Yes, i think that was a later amendment. they wanted to avoid confusion (the irony, eh?), figured it was 'armless enough, so added it in.

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