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I vote for Ronin. His posts are always informative to me! I always see what he posts!
 

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Ignorance is bliss!

From a quick Google asking: What country has won the most battles in history?
  • France – 1115.
  • United Kingdom / England – 1105.
  • United States – 833.
  • Russia – 491.
  • Germany – 425.
  • Spain – 387.
  • Poland – 344.
  • Rome – 259.

P.S. The U.S. would be eating crumpets and drinking tea and warm beer if not for France in the Revolutionary War.
But you gotta go back centuries for France.
 

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Ignorance is bliss!

From a quick Google asking: What country has won the most battles in history?
  • France – 1115.
  • United Kingdom / England – 1105.
  • United States – 833.
  • Russia – 491.
  • Germany – 425.
  • Spain – 387.
  • Poland – 344.
  • Rome – 259.

P.S. The U.S. would be eating crumpets and drinking tea and warm beer if not for France in the Revolutionary War.
Kyler Murray was undefeated in grade school. So there’s that.
 

Ouchie-Z-Clown

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Ignorance is bliss!

From a quick Google asking: What country has won the most battles in history?
  • France – 1115.
  • United Kingdom / England – 1105.
  • United States – 833.
  • Russia – 491.
  • Germany – 425.
  • Spain – 387.
  • Poland – 344.
  • Rome – 259.

P.S. The U.S. would be eating crumpets and drinking tea and warm beer if not for France in the Revolutionary War.
We don’t want to state what France would be doing if we didn’t join WWII.
 

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Well every part of France except Paris where they treat Americans like ass. :)

It's not only Americans, believe me.

I tell people that if they want to have a nice, cordial time in Paris, they should travel there between fall and early spring.

When the heat increases, they get irritable, particularly with people who can't or won't say a simple 'Bonjour.'
 

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It's not only Americans, believe me.

I tell people that if they want to have a nice, cordial time in Paris, they should travel there between fall and early spring.

When the heat increases, they get irritable, particularly with people who can't or won't say a simple 'Bonjour.'
I’ve been all
Over the world and truly enjoyed everywhere I’ve been… But Paris was another ballgame…. I even did the “bonjour” and tried to say a few things in French. Just overall everywhere I went they were not pleasant or helpful like every other country I’ve been in. Hotel, Cabs, Ubers, Restaurants all pretty much miserable. Made me feel like most of them hate their lives lol…..
 

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I’ve been all
Over the world and truly enjoyed everywhere I’ve been… But Paris was another ballgame…. I even did the “bonjour” and tried to say a few things in French. Just overall everywhere I went they were not pleasant or helpful like every other country I’ve been in. Hotel, Cabs, Ubers, Restaurants all pretty much miserable. Made me feel like most of them hate their lives lol…..

I hear you. My experience is quite different, as French is my first language. I studied at the University of Paris (Sorbonne) for a year. Although I loved the city, I felt more at home in Normandie and Brittany, where my ancestors migrated from in the 17th. Century.
 

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