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Earthquake In France

Thu Mar 20, 2003 11:45 pm

March 20, 2003. Today it was reported that severe earthquakes have occurred in 10 different locations in France. The severity was measured in excess of 10 on the Richter scale. The cause was the 56,681 dead American soldiers buried in French soil rolling over in their graves.

According to the American Battle Monuments Commission there are 26,255 Yankee dead from World War I buried in 4 cemeteries in France. There are 30,426 American dead from World War II buried in 6 cemeteries in France. These 56,681 brave American heroes died in their youth to liberate a country that is guilty of shameful unspeakable behavior in the 21st century. May the United States of America never forget their sacrifice as we find ways to forcefully deal with the Godforsaken unappreciative, forgetful country of France!
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RE: Earthquake In France

Thu Mar 20, 2003 11:48 pm

This France-bashing crap is getting REALLY old... Isn't there anything better you can think of to post about?  Yeah sure
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RE: Earthquake In France

Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:09 am

There are no major fault lines in western Europe so it's unlikely you'll get an earthquake of that magnitude of 10 on the richter scale.
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RE: Earthquake In France

Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:10 am

Maybe they are rolling over in their graves because they are abused as an argument by people propagating war - the cause why these fine men died decades ago?
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RE: Earthquake In France

Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:15 am

There's also an earthquake in America.

The founding fathers, which said that America should avoid foreign entanglements are also rolling on their graves.

The 50.000 American soldiers dead in Vietnam are also rolling in their graves saying... "Here we go again"...


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