masonjs at nrtco.net
Thu Oct 29 09:17:08 PDT 2009
My sister (a retired school teacher) just took on a contract job as an
interviewer for potential immigrants to Canada. Her SO is a former
Romainian, now Canadian high school math teacher. He says she is going to
be too soft and let all the eastern European crimminals into the country.
I just tell the "Sparrow" that we let him in. He does get a little upset
when I want to know why he needs the information from my experimental work
at the nuclear laboratories and is he using the internet bridge games to
communicate with his superiors back home.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexander Finger" <af at genevainformation.ch>
To: "GPZ List" <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: funny
>> I take it you didn't see the irony and subsequent humor in the post I
> Sometimes the finer nuances in the english language get past me.
> Might be that's related as well to the fact that I know too many people
> bring up arguments like that "for real".
> Italy just put a captain on trial for rescuing people from the seas and
> dropping them off in Italy. He was set free, finally, but it took some
> Supporting seamen in distress is a seaman's duty - charging the guy
> with "supporting illegal immigration" because he kept people from drowning
> is a farce..
> I don't know how the numbers relate, but I assume that more people are
> migrating from Mexico to the US than from Africa to the EU, probably as
> because there's a land border. What however really gets me going in Europe
> is that people think about having others rather die than to think about
> helping countries to develop into economies which can support themselves
> opposed to ripping them off as good as you can).
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