What Do The English & Australians Think Of Americans On This Board???

by minimus 112 Replies latest jw friends

  • Seven


    Your site is very well done and reflected where you were at the time. Maybe rather than delete the born again stuff you may want to include additional essays concerning your present thoughts re: God and Jesus. It would be interesting to allow others to see the contrast.

    We can all learn from each other and I learned something from you today. I once believed like you did. Please be careful and do not delete too much of escapethewatchtower. We've all gone through so many phases in our journey. Your site reflects yours. I hope you allow your readers to see how far you've come.

    I hope I didn't offend you either with my remarks. Moving on is good.



  • Simon
    COMPUTERS...invented right here in the USA

    Grrrr ... did I forget to mention they always claim credit for things that they didn't invent?

    The first computer was right here in Manchester, which also started the industrial revolution too.





  • Valis

    *LOL* Simon...maybe they invented jellied eels, blood pudding and spotted dick....does that make you feel better? *LOL* Hope I didn't give Manchester any undue credit there mates! *LOL*


    District Overbeer

  • refiners fire
    refiners fire

    I Wouldnt touch this question with a barge pole

  • Valis

    Simon, I always think of ENIAC, I should have said "mutli function" computer..I could also go back and mention the Stibitz at Bell labs between 1937 and 1940, but soon we'ed be arguing all the way back to Babylonia and whichever nerd created the abacus..However,one can say the first PC was invented here..sorry for being so vague Simon...I'll try my best to think in black and white from now on.. Oh and check out the specs on the first PC...smokin baby! 8080, 1k of memory, no screen, only lights for output...


    District Overbeer

  • Jayson


    It is always nice to know who your real friends are.

  • Brummie
    I'm just curious as to what you think of your American brethren

    Americans here are simply the best! (next to us British of course). The aussies are ok too, warts and all.


  • Big Tex
    Big Tex

    This isn't really the question of the thread, but the UK was my favourite (how's that Simon) place to visit. Loved the weather, wonderful people and fascinating sites. What I loved best was I could order a cup of tea and I wouldn't get iced tea or a cup of lukewarm water with a bag of Lipton. Blah!

    Carry on.

  • Stephanus
    The aussies are ok too, warts and all.

    Heh, heh, heh!

  • PopeOfEruke

    The McDonalds in America don't serve beer.

    Which means, all the Americans go there just for the food.......

    That really worries me.


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