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well hows your life in your country and why do you like it?
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| June 13, 2010, 1:19 am
Quoting Aiden Faulconer
well hows your life in your country and why do you like it?

Life in Canada is good,there is lots of open spaces where I live. I live on a farm so we have some animals(goats, horse etc.)We have a good medical system and not all of land is owned and stuff. And Calgary is getting a Lego store soon! HURRAY!
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| June 13, 2010, 10:05 am
Quoting Jet Commander Swift CC-1298
Life in Canada is good,there is lots of open spaces where I live. I live on a farm so we have some animals(goats, horse etc.)We have a good medical system and not all of land is owned and stuff. And Calgary is getting a Lego store soon! HURRAY!

cool eh XD
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| June 13, 2010, 10:26 am
I live in Dorset, southern england, its very rural but we have nice weather at the moment.
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| June 13, 2010, 10:27 am
 Group admin 
Life in Socal is great. I'm in a summer basketball leage. I had assessments yesterday, and for the drills I made the rebounding drill, the layup drill and the free throw. I missed the jump shot though. I hate baskets with no nets, they throw me off. But in scrimmage I owned. I made a fall-away jump shot, and then all my team mates started passing to me. But, then all the other people started mobbing me, and it was hard to get a pass off. We lost that game 4-2, we only got to play for like a minute. (no extra comment, andrew)
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| June 13, 2010, 1:02 pm
Quoting Waffles .
Life in Socal is great. I'm in a summer basketball leage. I had assessments yesterday, and for the drills I made the rebounding drill, the layup drill and the free throw. I missed the jump shot though. I hate baskets with no nets, they throw me off. But in scrimmage I owned. I made a fall-away jump shot, and then all my team mates started passing to me. But, then all the other people started mobbing me, and it was hard to get a pass off. We lost that game 4-2, we only got to play for like a minute. (no extra comment, andrew)

yeah, thats why you are busy and never comment on my mocs when im adding them! =P
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| June 13, 2010, 1:24 pm
Quoting -T.K GOODWOOD-
I live in Dorset, southern england, its very rural but we have nice weather at the moment.
same sep im in sussex's

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| June 13, 2010, 1:29 pm
Quoting Waffles .
Life in Socal is great. I'm in a summer basketball leage. I had assessments yesterday, and for the drills I made the rebounding drill, the layup drill and the free throw. I missed the jump shot though. I hate baskets with no nets, they throw me off. But in scrimmage I owned. I made a fall-away jump shot, and then all my team mates started passing to me. But, then all the other people started mobbing me, and it was hard to get a pass off. We lost that game 4-2, we only got to play for like a minute. (no extra comment, andrew)

No extra comment, what?
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| June 13, 2010, 1:44 pm
OMG there are more English in here than what I thought. I live in Middlesex. Its a nice area but I just wish there was more lego activity. Its not fair that the American have brickworld and we have nothing.
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| June 13, 2010, 1:46 pm
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Quoting Lee Hardwick I live in Middlesex.

This needs no extra comment....
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| June 13, 2010, 2:18 pm
Quoting Andrew Somers
This needs no extra comment....

heres the extra comment you requested XD
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| June 13, 2010, 2:25 pm
Quoting Lee Hardwick
OMG there are more English in here than what I thought. I live in Middlesex. Its a nice area but I just wish there was more lego activity. Its not fair that the American have brickworld and we have nothing.

Maybe you should have ago yourself at setting up a lego event, it could be really popular as i know loads of british builders...
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| June 14, 2010, 1:37 pm
Quoting -T.K GOODWOOD-
Maybe you should have ago yourself at setting up a lego event, it could be really popular as i know loads of british builders...

Dude I wish I could, but its all time and money, an I don't have a lot of either of them.
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| June 14, 2010, 5:54 pm
I believe that life in Texas is best explained in this poem:

Oh, the devil in he1l they say he was chained, And there for a thousand years he remained; He neither complained nor did he groan, But decided he'd start up a he11 of his own,
Where he could torment the souls of men without being shut in a prison pen; so he asked the Lord if he had any sand left over from making this great land.
The Lord He said, "Yeah, I have plenty on hand, but it's away down south on the Rio Grande, and to tell you the truth, the stuff is so poor I doubt it will do for a he11 anymore." The devil went down and looked over the truck, and he said if it came as a gift he was stuck, for when he'd examined it carefully and well he decided the place was too dry for a he11.
But the Lord to just get the stuff off His hands He promised the devil He'd water the lands, for He had some old water that was of no use, a nasty old swamp hole that stunk like the juice. So the contract was signed and the deed was given, and the Lord went up to his spread up in heaven. The devil soon saw he had everything needed to make a good he11 and I'll say he succeeded.
He scattered tarantulas over the road, put thorns on the cactus and horns on the toads, he sprinkled the sand with millions of ants so the man that sits down must wear soles on his pants. He lengthened the horns of the Texas steer, and added an inch to the jackrabbit's ear; he put water puppies in all of the lakes, and under the rocks he put rattlesnakes.
He hung thorns and brambles on all of the trees. He mixed up the dust with jiggers and fleas. The rattlesnakes bites you, the scorpion stings, the mosquito delights you by buzzing his wings. The heat in the summer's a hundred and ten--too cool for the devil and too hot for men, and all who remained in that climate soon bore; stings, cuts, bites, scratches, and blisters galore.
He quickened the buck of the Texan’s steed and poisoned the feet of the centipede. The wild boar roams in the black chaparral. It's a he11 of a place that we've got for a he11. He planted red pepper beside of the brooks; the Mexicans use ‘em in all that he cooks. Eat with a Mexican and you will shout, "I've got he11 on the inside as well as the out!"

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| June 14, 2010, 8:03 pm
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Quoting Lt. John Harland
I believe that life in Texas is best explained in this poem:

Oh, the devil in he1l they say he was chained, And there for a thousand years he remained; He neither complained nor did he groan, But decided he'd start up a he11 of his own,
Where he could torment the souls of men without being shut in a prison pen; so he asked the Lord if he had any sand left over from making this great land.
The Lord He said, "Yeah, I have plenty on hand, but it's away down south on the Rio Grande, and to tell you the truth, the stuff is so poor I doubt it will do for a he11 anymore." The devil went down and looked over the truck, and he said if it came as a gift he was stuck, for when he'd examined it carefully and well he decided the place was too dry for a he11.
But the Lord to just get the stuff off His hands He promised the devil He'd water the lands, for He had some old water that was of no use, a nasty old swamp hole that stunk like the juice. So the contract was signed and the deed was given, and the Lord went up to his spread up in heaven. The devil soon saw he had everything needed to make a good he11 and I'll say he succeeded.
He scattered tarantulas over the road, put thorns on the cactus and horns on the toads, he sprinkled the sand with millions of ants so the man that sits down must wear soles on his pants. He lengthened the horns of the Texas steer, and added an inch to the jackrabbit's ear; he put water puppies in all of the lakes, and under the rocks he put rattlesnakes.
He hung thorns and brambles on all of the trees. He mixed up the dust with jiggers and fleas. The rattlesnakes bites you, the scorpion stings, the mosquito delights you by buzzing his wings. The heat in the summer's a hundred and ten--too cool for the devil and too hot for men, and all who remained in that climate soon bore; stings, cuts, bites, scratches, and blisters galore.
He quickened the buck of the Texan’s steed and poisoned the feet of the centipede. The wild boar roams in the black chaparral. It's a he11 of a place that we've got for a he11. He planted red pepper beside of the brooks; the Mexicans use ‘em in all that he cooks. Eat with a Mexican and you will shout, "I've got he11 on the inside as well as the out!"
HAHA, perfect.
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| June 14, 2010, 11:20 pm
Quoting Waffles .
Quoting Lt. John Harland
I believe that life in Texas is best explained in this poem:

Oh, the devil in he1l they say he was chained, And there for a thousand years he remained; He neither complained nor did he groan, But decided he'd start up a he11 of his own,
Where he could torment the souls of men without being shut in a prison pen; so he asked the Lord if he had any sand left over from making this great land.
The Lord He said, "Yeah, I have plenty on hand, but it's away down south on the Rio Grande, and to tell you the truth, the stuff is so poor I doubt it will do for a he11 anymore." The devil went down and looked over the truck, and he said if it came as a gift he was stuck, for when he'd examined it carefully and well he decided the place was too dry for a he11.
But the Lord to just get the stuff off His hands He promised the devil He'd water the lands, for He had some old water that was of no use, a nasty old swamp hole that stunk like the juice. So the contract was signed and the deed was given, and the Lord went up to his spread up in heaven. The devil soon saw he had everything needed to make a good he11 and I'll say he succeeded.
He scattered tarantulas over the road, put thorns on the cactus and horns on the toads, he sprinkled the sand with millions of ants so the man that sits down must wear soles on his pants. He lengthened the horns of the Texas steer, and added an inch to the jackrabbit's ear; he put water puppies in all of the lakes, and under the rocks he put rattlesnakes.
He hung thorns and brambles on all of the trees. He mixed up the dust with jiggers and fleas. The rattlesnakes bites you, the scorpion stings, the mosquito delights you by buzzing his wings. The heat in the summer's a hundred and ten--too cool for the devil and too hot for men, and all who remained in that climate soon bore; stings, cuts, bites, scratches, and blisters galore.
He quickened the buck of the Texan’s steed and poisoned the feet of the centipede. The wild boar roams in the black chaparral. It's a he11 of a place that we've got for a he11. He planted red pepper beside of the brooks; the Mexicans use ‘em in all that he cooks. Eat with a Mexican and you will shout, "I've got he11 on the inside as well as the out!"
HAHA, perfect.

yep perfectly big XD
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| June 16, 2010, 7:36 pm
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