copper1
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If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 1:23 pm

What country would you choose to be a citizen of if you were not allowed to be a citizen of where you currently are ?
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 1:48 pm

Hmmmm... since I was born in the States i am not quite sure what would happen if I got ex-patriated... but i always wanted to live in New Zealand or France. No real reason for it... just think it would be cool.
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 2:05 pm

If I was not a citizen of the U.S, I would like to live in Australia. It seems like a beautiful country.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 6:24 pm

i would choose to live in cuba
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 9:51 pm


Probably Portugal or Australia
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:03 pm

Je voudrais habiter en France.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Thu Jun 15, 2000 10:17 pm

It wuld have to be Thailand or Canada. Im from the U.S. and that is where i'd like to stay but if i had to move to another country it would be one of the 2
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 1:24 am

I'd choose Australia!
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 4:59 am

I'd say France (Paris) or Canada (I love the Canadian national anthem). Last year, I checked into the possibility of getting Irish citizenship because my great-grandmother was an immigrant, but was told by someone at the Irish embassy that only my mother was eligible for citizenship. In order for me to be eligible for citizenship, my mother would have needed to have been a citizen before I was born.

I thought it would've been really cool to have Irish citizenship, because then I could've lived/worked in any EU country.

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 5:05 am

I would go back to my homeland, Switzerland!

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 6:19 am

switserland,canada, and most of all- france, i wanna live in paris
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 9:59 am

Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Spain, Singapore, Japan or Australia...
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 2:27 pm

Austria. No deliberation necessary. I was a student there in my University days, fell in love with the place, and have been looking for a way to get back there ever since!

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 2:57 pm

I have been lucky enough to have lived in the UK, Canada and Australia. I am back in Australia now, but if I had to live any where else it would be Canada without a doubt, especially Vancouver (where I lived before)  
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 7:39 pm

I'd like to live in the UK or the US because this country (Belgium) really sucks: always bad weather, only one airport with a decent amount of traffic, an anti-aviation government, very expensive flight-training (about $100/hr to hire a C172) and at this moment Soccer-mania because of Euro 2000.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Fri Jun 16, 2000 8:04 pm

I'd like to live in spain if i couldnt live in Switzerland.
Spain has nice people and good wheater.
But i'm happy that i live in Switzerland. I have got many friends here.
I also like our countryside. We've got mountains, big lakes and nice forests in our very small country. The unployment rate is 1.2, we have little criminality and two nice intercontinental airports (Bear in mind that switzerland is about half the size of South Carolina).
I also like that we have very little pollution. The only thing that sucks are the high prices.Everything costs twice than in EU or US. But overall im very happy now.

Avion
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jun 17, 2000 12:19 am

I would move out to Australia without a doubt !!!
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jun 17, 2000 9:24 am

Ireland or Scotland.

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sun Jun 18, 2000 8:13 pm

Luxembourg, France, Switzerland. In any case in Europe and definitely not in the USA or Canada. That doesn't mean, that I don't like these countries, but I never could live there.
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sun Jun 18, 2000 10:21 pm

I'd be very happy in France.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Mon Jun 19, 2000 4:34 am

Brasil........in Rio de Janeiro............of course  
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Tue Jun 20, 2000 9:53 am

I could choose Venice Italy. I took a trip there with my school a few years ago and I LOVE IT! It was wonderful. Anyone going to Italy has to visit Venice!  
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Tue Jun 20, 2000 1:43 pm

I'm an American currently living in Japan, and it's a really great place but I wouldn't want to live here forever. I'd go to Norway, since the scenery looks beautiful and the people are supposedly really great.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Wed Jun 21, 2000 2:04 am

Japan. I've been there a few times, and it is an awesome place!

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copper1
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Wed Jun 21, 2000 10:29 am

Pretty good response to this question. Haven't done a count but I think Australia and France have a fair share of the votes.

Me... I'd choose New Zealand.


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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jun 24, 2000 1:55 pm

I'd go to Munich or Stuttgart Germany
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Wed Jun 28, 2000 7:26 am

I would have to choose England. The landscape is beautiful, and so is about everything else. I think the old-antique homes are awesome. Plus, rain and thunderstorms are a thing for me, and England is the place for that. Not forgetting great airports like LHR, LGW, MAN,........
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Wed Jun 28, 2000 11:08 am

I would have to choose Cayman Islands. Great beaches, lots of sun, and no taxes! The best part is NO taxes! Aren't they lucky??
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jul 08, 2000 3:45 am

I would live in Monaco or France.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jul 08, 2000 4:04 am

Of course I would pick Canada
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sat Jul 08, 2000 5:26 pm

Assuming I was still welcome to visit my home country(U.S.), I'd choose Canada. I've heard nothing but great things about Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. If I was forced to leave this continent, then I'd choose England in a heartbeat, I spent almost two weeks there last summer and loved it.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Sun Jul 09, 2000 12:43 am

If the UK said I couldn't be a UK citizen anymore, I would first move to Australia. If that didn't work, then Canada, and lastly, if ALL else failed, I'd stay here in the US. But Australia would definitely be my first choice.

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Mon Jul 10, 2000 1:37 am

Either an english speaking or francophone country but not one in Africa. Most likely Australia, though.

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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Mon Jul 10, 2000 4:46 pm

Staten Island
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Mon Jul 10, 2000 9:39 pm

Being an American with only knowledge of the English language I guess my first choice would be Canada (living in any of the provinces except that of Quebec of course! )

If I couldn't live there, my next choice would either be the UK or Ireland.
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Mon Jul 10, 2000 11:14 pm

Speaking both French and English, if I had to leave the US, I would go either to France, Canada, Switzerland, Australia or New Zealand...
 
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RE: If You Had To Live In Another Country

Wed Jul 12, 2000 12:13 am

Definitely......Turkey



I have been to some of the most amazing countries but none have the history, archiology, landscape, people and food like Turkey......

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