Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dutchbb, Sep 4, 2010.
Just curious about the ratios
There are Europe 2 times
In the highest and magic mountains of europa. Near this wonderful valley ...
Central coast, near Sydney, Australia..... photo curtesy of "Big Ray" on Google Earth.
United States of America.
Europe > Austria > Tyrol > Innsbruck
aeh... ya.. enough information.
I am in the land of yahoo/google/ebay/facebook/Apple/and many other companies... in-n-out burger too.
I would like to visit the land of Dragon Fly someday (Australia).
United States / Florida. I currently live in Ohio.
Originally from here :
But more recently have been hanging out on a small Island off the west coast of New Zealand trying to bring some culture to the natives.
If by Silicon Valley, California, then I second this post.
Why? She's immaculate, isn't she?
Land of the fastest computer in the world, as of right now. In November 2009, the AMD Opteron-based Cray XT5 Jaguar at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory was announced as the fastest operational supercomputer, with a sustained processing rate of 1.759 PFLOPS
And known as the Secret City.
National Animal: Beaver (and we are proud, for the beaver is a noble animal)
2 dollars: Two-nee (yeah, we are a creative bunch)
Canada. More specifically: Nova Scotia.
English countryside, unfortunately.
The United States Of America.
Hi from Morocco
Europe > United Kingdom > England
Whats the national sport?
Thank you for spelling Two-nee more correctly than most Candians I know! A "Loonie" is named such because there is a Loon engraved on the coin. The two-dollar coin does not, so spelling it as "Toonie", like most do, though clever, makes little sense. Glad to see a fellow NOVA SCOTIAN who has an actual brain!
By the way, how'd your visit from Earl go? We had higher winds than usual, but we've had worse in non-hurricane weather; and heavy rain for only a couple hours. No damage or power loss.
In the best small city in America (as rated by CNN Money magazine).
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