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Tourist TonyTourist Tony Posts: 8,628
edited June 2007 in Campaign
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6739699.stm

There is absolutely nothing to worry about here. All of these countries are in the EU so they are perfectly safe. Membership renders all diseases non-existent.
And, of course, any import controls would be illegal anyway.
See, they told us this last year:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/5266790.stm

If I had a stalker, I would hug it and kiss it and call it George...or censored
If I had a stalker, I would hug it and kiss it and call it George...or censored
http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=3 ... =3244&v=5K

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  • UnkrautUnkraut Posts: 1,103
    Now you're just living in the past. The days of British viruses, Belgian viruses etc are over, we now have Euroviruses to suit the new Europe of the future. You can't just pick and choose what can cross borders if you want a truly open Europe, you know.

    Mind you, ze German viruses are ze best und most efficient in de verld.

    PS what's with the 04:42? I hope you haven't picked up a nasty virus or something.
  • AsterixcpAsterixcp Posts: 6,251
    BSE

    Pour vivre heureux, vivons le v‚lo..
    Pour vivre heureux, vivons le v‚lo..
  • Tourist TonyTourist Tony Posts: 8,628
    Which, because it came from the UK, was quarantined. Unlike the Euroviruses coming the other way. That would be illegal.
    Various Eastern European countries have recently joined the EU. Their food products magically lost all risk on the day they became members.

    If I had a stalker, I would hug it and kiss it and call it George...or censored
    If I had a stalker, I would hug it and kiss it and call it George...or censored
    http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=3 ... =3244&v=5K
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