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Old 4th April 2011, 17:47
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So what exactly was the point of your petty post ?
Nothing petty about it in my opinion. No doubt you'll have more to say on this matter, so I'll just leave you to it...
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Old 4th April 2011, 18:28
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Slinking away with foot in mouth ?
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Slinking away with foot in mouth ?
Not at all, I just can't be bothered with trolls like you. So, as of now, whatever you say is of no interest to me... so you can say what you want and act like a troll all you like, eventually the admin or moderators will get fed up and block you again!
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Glad to see we're staying civil *eye roll*

I think her question at best was misspoken (or mistyped)... but a lot of Americans do forget that people lived in what is now called America for thousands of years.... so tribes have been dated way beyond 11,000 years.

Scotland is the same. I've had a chance to nose around the museum there in Edinburgh... Scotland has definitely been inhabited for thousands of years. In fact, did you know that the Highlands of Scotland are part of the Appalachian Chain on the East Coast of the US before the lands shifted? Many fellow hikers complete the International Appalachian Trail which includes Scotland.

Scotland and the West Highland Way join the International Appalachian Trail | British Geological Survey (BGS)

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Old 5th April 2011, 01:04
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JC i agre with the rollin eyes

that walk is taking history a bit far tho i think....whats next the pangea walk?
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Old 5th April 2011, 06:58
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lol Well, it is true

In fact, in case you didn't know... Scotland is part of what is now North America... England is in fact part of what is now Africa... so even though they look like they're connected... they're not. They are not. They are pushed together. As time goes by... Scotland is slowly rising... and England is slowly sinking... so if you wait long enough... England will finally drop into the ocean. Lol This is actually true... I'm an uber geek... huge hiker with friends that are actual geologists lol
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Not at all, I just can't be bothered with trolls like you. So, as of now, whatever you say is of no interest to me... so you can say what you want and act like a troll all you like, eventually the admin or moderators will get fed up and block you again!

It is not I who is acting trollishly , it is you .
I know it , you know it , and all who read the last few posts of yours will know it.
Your placing of a comment at the bottom of one of your posts does not give you the right to take issue with those who lead with a similar observation .
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