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Mar 29th 2010 11:40PM I've been looking at the past editions of the book and they looked interesting...i'd like to check out the edition.
Feb 3rd 2010 7:20PM I lived in London for more than a year, and found that most American foods were too expensive, especially at Selfridges a box of lucky charms cost about $14.00 which is just ridiculous. I could live without them, you just need to learn to love the comfort food of your new country..or their equivalents of American foods. Though if you're in London, and need some peanut butter or root beer or something, there is a Canadian store near Covent Garden, near the Maple Leaf pub...they've got a lot of things that are Canadian comfort foods, which are also a lot of American comfort foods.
Jul 15th 2009 5:40PM I'd like to find the ark of covenant, though we all know that it's in that government warehouse where they put it at the end of Indiana Jones. Or a really big treasure so I could pay off my student loans.
Mar 30th 2009 1:26PM thanks for the post. I learned the Cyrillic alphabet when I was bored one day in Mongolia, looked at a russian phrasebook I had and in about a half an hour or so could read most of the signs while I was traveling, understanding them is something completely different. but, it is surprisingly easy to learn.