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Mar 4, 2021 10:01 PM CST Living in the USA
Somebody give me a cheeseburger

Mar 5, 2021 7:37 AM CST Living in the USA
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Living In America - James Brown

America-
Neil Diamond

Born In The USA-
Bruce Springsteen

Made In America -
Toby Keith

Proud To Be An American -
Lee Greenwood

God Bless America-
Celine Dion
Mar 5, 2021 8:59 AM CST Living in the USA
bodleing2online today!
bodleing2online today!bodleing2Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK47 Threads 4,472 Posts
The Nice......America

Mar 5, 2021 7:16 PM CST Living in the USA
galrads: Somebody give me a cheeseburger
Hate to know where the cheese came from... rolling on the floor laughing
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Mar 6, 2021 2:09 PM CST Living in the USA
MiMiArt
MiMiArtMiMiArtOmaha, Nebraska USA5 Threads 698 Posts
I’m not an American ...... but I love it here. I still long for the food that I’m used to back home and hopefully Art and I can travel to Malaysia again soon.

Since I’ve not travelled extensively around the US and can’t say the same about other states but most of the people here are very nice. I’m a new immigrant and I feel very welcomed here.

I say this all the time and I’ll keep saying it. This country and the people here have been very kind and generous to my son and I. We are very grateful and thankful. God Bless America!
Mar 6, 2021 2:20 PM CST Living in the USA
KarloradoFL: Hate to know where the cheese came from...
Good one laugh
Mar 7, 2021 5:24 AM CST Living in the USA
Slayer - Americon
Alice Cooper - I Love America
Alice Cooper - Lost in America
Megadeth - Washington is next.
Mar 7, 2021 7:31 AM CST Living in the USA
tomcattyonline today!
tomcattyonline today!tomcattyocean city plymouth, Devon, England UK306 Threads 3 Polls 6,308 Posts
I don't think people realise just how enormous America is with the culture-changing from state to state, the people are so varied across the whole expanse.
I would like to tour but it is lower on my world plan than other countries, there is so much to see, so many women so little time. Ah wellsigh .

Anyway, God bless America.
Mar 7, 2021 8:13 AM CST Living in the USA
tomcatty: I don't think people realise just how enormous America is with the culture-changing from state to state, the people are so varied across the whole expanse.
I would like to tour but it is lower on my world plan than other countries, there is so much to see, so many women so little time. Ah well .

Anyway, God bless America.
If you visit the USA get a two-wheeler. Best way to see the USA is on one. I did it on a two-wheeler coast to coast without a motor on it, just two peals instead with a full backpack, plenty of hydration and a comfy seat (a few years back.) Most awesome views I have taken in here was LA women and looking out over the Arizona grand canyon.

Mar 7, 2021 8:26 AM CST Living in the USA
tomcattyonline today!
tomcattyonline today!tomcattyocean city plymouth, Devon, England UK306 Threads 3 Polls 6,308 Posts
galrads: If you visit the USA get a two-wheeler. Best way to see the USA is on one. I did it on a two-wheeler coast to coast without a motor on it, just two peals instead with a full backpack, plenty of hydration and a comfy seat (a few years back.) Most awesome views I have taken in here was LA women and looking out over the Arizona grand canyon.
Good video, I usually hire a motor caravan for trips, luxury style, the money you save on hotel bills offsets the cost and the new ones are beautiful.
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