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THANK FRANCE.. ...**SAY IT WITH FLOWERS*** (english)
08 Mar 2003
Modified: 09 Mar 2003
THANK FRANCE.....SAY IT WITH FLOWERS Taking or sending flowers to the
French Consulate is a nice way to thank our oldest ally.
.....................THANK FRANCE.......................
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THANK FRANCE.. ...*SAY IT WITH FLOWERS**
Taking or sending flowers to the French Consulate is an effective way to say
thank you. It will be seen
by the entire staff for days; Thank our
oldest ally.
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(if they’re closed, just leave them at the door for everyone to see)
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.CONSULATE OF FRANCE IN BOSTON
31 St. James Avenue
Park Square Building, Suite 750
Boston, MA 02116
Tel : (617) 542-7374
Fax : (617) 542-8054
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..................SAY IT WITH FLOWERS.....................*****


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Dear France (english)
08 Mar 2003



Are you the culprits hiding Osamma BL? I often wonder how
you can walk out side and see so many americans in cemetary's and memorials in your country who, against the lefts opinion, went and bailed your french buns out, and died
doing so.. and still offer nothing but your middle finger in return as thanks.
Well...Dear France (english)
08 Mar 2003
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Are you the culprits hiding Osamma BL? I often wonder how
you can walk out side and see so many americans in cemetary's and memorials in your country who, against the lefts opinion, went and bailed your french buns out, and died
doing so.. and still offer nothing but your middle finger in return as thanks.
Thanks - but NO thanks (english)
08 Mar 2003
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No thnks.. you send the flowers.. cause when the shit hits
the fan in France.. they know who NOT to ask to send
their sons and saughters to die for their freedom.

Have a good fuck you day
France Forgot I guess (english)
08 Mar 2003
27 burial grounds and monuments in a total of 15 countries, including France, Italy, the Philippines and Mexico. Presently, there are 124,913 U.S. war dead buried at these cemeteries.

Normandy, France. "I went to Normandy last year and it was very touching,". "It's so emotional. You stand there and see all of those white crosses with the names on them."


France has forgotten but we will NEVER FORGET
Normandy-France 9,386 American military Dead (english)
08 Mar 2003
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The World War II Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is situated on a cliff overlooking Omaha Beach and the English Channel in Colleville-sur Mer, France. It is just east of St. Laurent-sur-Mer and north west of Bayeux about one hundred and seventy miles west of Paris. The cemetery may be reached from Paris by automobile via Highway A-13 to Caen, then Highway N-13 through Bayeux to Formigny, then following D-517 to St. Laurent-sur-Mer and D-514 to Colleville-sur-Mer. A large stone directional sign designates the cemetery entrance. There is regular rail service between Paris (Gare St. Lazare) and Bayeux, where taxicabs and tour bus service are available. Travel by rail takes three hours. Hotels are available in Bayeux and Port-en-Bessin. The cemetery is located on the site of the temporary American St. Laurent Cemetery, established by the U.S. First Army on June 8, 1944, the first American cemetery on European soil in World War II.

The cemetery is at the north end of its one half mile access road and covers one hundred and seventy two acres. It contains the graves of 9,386 American military Dead, most of whom gave their lives during the landings and ensuing operations of World War II.
BOYCOT FRENCH IMPORTS (english)
08 Mar 2003
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Boycot FRENCH IMPORTS, tell those you deal with you will
not buy any thing made in France and if they persist in
selling french made products you will no longer shop there,
period.

Put BOYCOT FRANCE bumper stickers on your cars.. etc...
THE WORLD IS RIGHT - BUSH IS WRONG (english)
09 Mar 2003
More organized Anti-French Propaganda.

WHY SINGLE OUT THE FRENCH?

ALMOST EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD IS AGAINST THIS WAR:
(including)

GERMANY

RUSSIA

CHINA

Recent polls have shown that the populations of EVERY country in the world (EXCEPT ISRAEL) is AGAINST THE WAR!

CANADA

JAPAN

MEXICO

BRASIL

ARGENTINA

AUSTRALIA

ALL OF EUROPE

TURKEY

AUSTRALIA

GREAT BRITIAN

The heads of almost EVERY religion including the POPE has spoken out against this war.

And I'm supposed to single out the French for being against this war? Why is that?

If you're for this war, then it's you against the world! (not just France)