"Before you accuse me of not reading an article, perhaps you should read it more carefully. I stated that the dispute with Russia does not concern the Guano Act."
There is no dispute with Russia. The article for this thread was debunked 3 years ago, here on FR.
There are two islands, one Russian, the other American. One is spelled "Wrangel", the other "Wrangell".
The American island Wrangell is alive and well and still flies the American flag to this very day, as EVIDENCED BY THE FREAKING POST ABOVE THAT I MADE FROM THEIR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEB SITE!
For crying out loud, do you not realize that your pathetic argument has been shredded and debunked by now?!
Get a grip!
Read the maps posted above, then go slap Beck_isright for posting this nonsense, again, 3 years after it was discredited.
posted on 06/12/2003 12:47:41 PM PDT
(Media bias means that Castro won't be punished for Cuban war crimes against Black Angolans in Africa)
Now I know a lot more than I'll ever need about places I'll never see. I learned to take NewsMax with a dose of salt some time ago, guess I'll add WorldNet to that list, too.
posted on 06/12/2003 1:51:19 PM PDT
(Superstition is a mind in chains.)
To: Southack; Rodney King
There are two islands, Wrangell in Alaska and Wrangel (sometimes spelled in Wrangell) off the coast of Siberia. This is hardly a brilliant discovery on your part.
You state that the idea that there is a dispute with Russia has been discredited and debunked, as if there was no such island and as if there has never been an American claim to it. If that is your contention, you are wrong.
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