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FrankieGoesToCollingwood Taurus

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 10:57 pm
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Go to Europe to see the architecture, and 'culture' hanging on the walls, or go to Latin America (and probably Africa and much of Asia) and see real people living within real culture.

No tough choice for me.


My relatives in deep Southern Italy would be offended by those comments, in fact, I am offended. Who the hell are you to say they are not real people living within a real culture. Don't be so freakin ignorant man Evil or Very Mad

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 10:59 pm
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Great pics everyone, keep'em rolling


The pics below are from N.T (september2003)

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 11:02 pm
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Great pics, everyone, keep them up...

Omar, I'm kind of confused, isn't every state in which a group of people live a kind of culture, or are you talking about some kind of natural culture? Cos I don't know if such a thing exists.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 11:11 pm
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sherrife wrote:
Go to Europe to see the architecture, and 'culture' hanging on the walls, or go to Latin America (and probably Africa and much of Asia) and see real people living within real culture.

No tough choice for me.


My relatives in deep Southern Italy would be offended by those comments, in fact, I am offended. Who the hell are you to say they are not real people living within a real culture. Don't be so freakin ignorant man Evil or Very Mad


Okay okay, i was exaggerating. Culture is everywhere of course. But western culture is a bit bland and homogenized if you ask me.

Yes, probably southern Italy is pretty unique, and has kept much of it's historical traditions, as has rural Greece, Lebanon, and just about anywhere. But my point still stands I think, you would see much more cultural differences if you went to Antigua or Machu Pichu, then if you went to Paris, Madrid, or even Amsterdam.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2007 11:16 pm
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You want culture, how's this. Wink

That's me and my great Aunt picking vegies at my late grandfathers farm. That's a zucchini she's holding, about the size of a watermelon! Smile

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Machu Pichu, Egypt, Tibet, Himilayers, Easter Island ..it's a ptiy they're over populated with tourist/s.
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That's a zucchini she's holding, about the size of a watermelon! Smile


WOW! tzatziki dip for a village. Shocked

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That's a zucchini she's holding, about the size of a watermelon! Smile


WOW! tzatziki dip for a village. Shocked


hehe, no tzatziki dip in Calabria mate, that's minestroni for the whole village! Wink

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How do you usually introduce yourself?
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Here's some of my favs from the last trip to port Douglas. Have I told anyone I love it up there?
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This is the Sheraton in Fiji, taken just before 7.30 am.
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