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Wednesday 12 November 2003 10.38pm
Well, this amused me, anyway...



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Wednesday 12 November 2003 11.34pm
James,
When do you get the time to study? Great article though. I didn't know American tourists like that still existed.
Thursday 13 November 2003 11.32am
That's fantastic. Wonder what people make of his description of an edgy trip, slumming it in "mixed race" Islington!!



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Thursday 13 November 2003 11.49am
I've not seen such deft satire from an American since Mark Twain!
Sunday 16 November 2003 11.26pm
It's a treasure...and the author is a journalist !
Monday 17 November 2003 2.08pm
Lots of fun...but Casa Grande is deep in Arizona where its likely the vast majority of people haven't been out of the state let alone out of the US so this description of London would probably seem like Mars to them.
Tuesday 18 November 2003 10.45am
Casa Grande
Related: United States Geography

(käsä grändâ) , city (1990 pop. 19,082), Pinal co., S Ariz.; inc. 1915. It lies in an irrigated farm area near the Casa Grande Mts. The city was named after an excavated pueblo that is included in the nearby Casa Grande National Monument (see National Parks and Monuments , table). Casa Grande is a retail trade center of S central Arizona.


[i think i may have too much time on my hands]
Tuesday 18 November 2003 4.25pm
I think you should get out more often...

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