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To: IYAAYAS
And for the record Spanish has been spoken in Florida hundreds of years longer than English has.

Yeah, and Dutch was spoken in New York before English. And Native American before Dutch. And Caveman, before Native American.

Countries are established. Cultures are established within those boundaries. Some kind of common language is established. Such is the rise of nations.

50 Million years ago the only language that was spoken in the US was Ameoba. I'm not speaking Ameoba.

I know what country is established on this land is 2005. And that's all that is relevant.

93 posted on 08/12/2005 8:21:05 AM PDT by Stu Cohen (Press '1' for English)
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To: Stu Cohen

Well, you might want to check out some of this country's laws in 2005 with respect to "foreign languages" and "official Languages." Why don't you peruse some of HUD's regulations...it might surprise you.


94 posted on 08/12/2005 8:23:00 AM PDT by Tulane
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To: Stu Cohen
50 Million years ago the only language that was spoken in the US was Ameoba. I'm not speaking Ameoba.

LOL!

Now, that was funny...

159 posted on 08/12/2005 10:27:13 AM PDT by kstewskis ("I don't know what I know, but I know that it's big..." Jerry Fletcher)
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