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    Sensimilija Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 9:22 am Post subject:

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    your wrong americans do it backwards haha no rofl some country do it backwards not whole europe. Im from serbia and its same as in the US the right way but I live in sweden and its backwards its fucked up...
    i thought that you where from sweden Sensimilija

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    TheNinja is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Hello, This is my first post. I've been around for along time, but never bother with getting a account until I need it to download the Manga.

    Alot of people use an internationl standard of

    15/DEC/2005

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    Sensimilija is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    No I only live in Sweden
    "Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real" - Tupac Shakur (1971-1996)

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    Kaonashi is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    That's not it. For some reason I just thought it was referring to the number of the Young Jump issue or some crap like that, but even that didn't make sense. I just didn't get it at first.

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    free health care??? damn socialists

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    TeWuicah is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    I'm used to both ways, although I find date/month more logical. In Finland it's date/month(actually date.month) but you can pretty much figure it out every time you see it. This time, it was even more obvious: You thought it was 12th of the 15th month?

    To Hanlesky: Free Health Care is definitely a good thing. The taxes are pretty high in the Northern countries(Finland, Sweden etc.) but there are absolutely no poor(or at least starving, poor can be understood in many ways), and there is a general welfare. But whatever, I don't really care what you think.

 

 
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