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912461 PauLa : besos Bal, que tengas buen inicio de semana
912463 Macuahuitl : se fue pushy
912466 Verntuzo : Saludos camaradas voy a un mandado
912467 Macuahuitl : hasta luego, verntuzo
912468 Verntuzo : Hasta luego....
912470 PauLa : Ciao Tuzo
912471 Macuahuitl : paula all i want to say is that im sorry
912472 Macuahuitl : but i know it's useless because you will never forgive me
912473 Macuahuitl : but i will leave you alone
912474 Macuahuitl : just know that eventually luke will say something racist
912476 Macuahuitl : well i g2g now
912477 Macuahuitl : bbl...maybe
912478 Macuahuitl : take care jdawg later
912479 Travis : oh brother
912480 Travis : He has shot himself so many times in the foot, he has no toes
912481 Travis : The self-proclaimed conscience of the chat haha
912482 Travis : howdy Bob
912484 Travis : What's cookin'?
912485 bob : same old same old
912486 bob : nada nuevo
912487 Travis : I have heartburn, throw me an antacid
912488 bob : i get it occasionally
912489 bob : what gave it to you
912490 bob : pastry invariably causes mine
912491 Travis : Not sure, maybe chili dogs and fries
912492 Travis : oh that sucks, pastries are great
912493 bob : i havent had the pleasure of eating a chili dog
912494 Travis : I like a steamed Danish with melted butter
912495 bob : not a thing here
912496 Travis : omg never?
912497 Travis : Well, when you do, add shredded cheddar cheese
912498 bob : i lead a sheltered life.....no snow and no chili dogs
912499 Travis : You can make one yourself you know
912500 bob : is it a hot dog with chili
912501 Travis : Yet you're on wife no. 7, what a perv lol
912502 Travis : Yes, a hot dog (with bun) and added chili and cheese
912503 Travis : no beans
912504 bob : did you take your nic from the correctional institute in Ohio?
912505 Travis : www.google.com/search
912506 Travis : nic?
912507 Travis : And no, why would you think Ohio?
912508 bob : i read about it in a book and knowing your connection to correctional institutes i just wondered
912509 Travis : 50 states, all with their own corrections
912510 Travis : I've only once been to Ohio, and that was passing through
912511 bob : i feel it was a logical assumption
912512 Travis : Maybe if I was from Cleveland or Cincinatti
912513 bob : i see...it is a log way
912514 bob : thats bigger than New Zealand
912516 Travis : 3000 km Bob lol
912517 bob : www.youtube.com/watch
912518 bob : this proves truth is stranger than fiction
912519 Travis : Yes, 15 kids and men marrying much younger woman and fathering at a ripe old age
912520 Travis : We should make you an honorary citizen
912521 bob : one of my grandfathers was born in 1894
912522 Travis : Long time back....
912523 Travis : I don't see Jugador coming in here anymore early like he used to do, it's much later, when I'm about to call it a day...he mentioned he was rearranging his work schedule
912524 bob : can American have dual citizenship
912525 Travis : Yes, I think they can
912526 Travis : I thought that to become a citizen here you had to renounce your previous country, but I think that has eroded considerably over the years
912527 Travis : renounce is too strong a word, but you understand what I mean
912529 bob : i would not like to renounce my New Zealand citizenship
912530 Travis : The United States will not ask naturalizing citizens to take any steps to formally renounce the citizenship of their home country. Nor will it stop U.S. citizens from later adopting citizenship in another country – though if their intention is to give up U.S. citizenship, they can certainly do so.
912531 Travis : Before becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, immigrants must take an oath that says, in part, “I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen.”Dec 26, 2014
912532 Travis : These two things seem to be contradictory
912533 Travis : Who knows?
912534 bob : only foreign princes but not princesses
912535 Travis : You should have been a lawyer
912536 Travis : You're quite "woke"
912537 Travis : An honorary citizen doesn't have to deal with any nuances, it's purely academic
912538 Travis : And yes, I wouldn't want to renounce my country either
912539 Travis : But tens of millions have been happy to do it over the decades for a new start
912540 bob : at this time of terrorism having a New Zealand passport is a good thing
912541 Travis : Like it or hate it, America is unique, a Johnny come lately and an experiment
912542 bob : we are considered safe
912543 Travis : Yes, you said no. 2 last night, well done
912544 Travis : We, clearly, are not...then again we're the third-highest population, we are the world's most diverse country by far and we accept more legal immigration than the rest of the world combined...and add the border jumpers and VISA overstays and......well, you get the point.....
912545 bob : even the TSA treats us nicely
912546 Travis : You're like the pet that never stops wagging its tail......Glad you're safe, muchacho
912547 Travis : Now I will dodge the machine gun fire and try to make it to the coffee maker
912549 Travis : That should help my heartburn....NOT
912551 bob : i imagine there are a lot of leg injuries in football
912552 Travis : Yeah, I suppose
912553 Travis : Lots of all types of injuries, and of course concussions
912554 bob : most of the take downs involve just taking the guys legs out
912555 Travis : youtu.be/mznBvAGScdg
912556 bob : it happens
912557 Travis : youtu.be/9qbP1oOypHU
912559 Travis : This second guy was the QB of the U of Utah
912560 Travis : youtu.be/o5d5YqERjBA
912561 bob : thats horrible
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