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trm1945
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trm1945   1/25/2013 5:53:24 PM
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Hello there, what's your name? "My name is Pedro." Pedro. That's Mexican, isn't it? No, ees Swees. Theese way we don offend no buddy."

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TJones   1/25/2013 5:36:07 PM
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My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

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R. S. Moore   1/25/2013 4:42:59 PM
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But he is brave Sir Robin.

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daustins   1/25/2013 4:37:12 PM
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I am an Anglophile and have been all my life. Still, is it necessary to call a Brit or anyone by a title? Americans do not have nobility or royalty, de jure. Call him, or any other ennobled Brit, by his last name, or first, if you're familiar. As I said, I'm an Anglophile but we don't use fancy titles for Rothchilds and anyone in the Almanach de Gotha. No reason for an American to fawn over someone, even a cousin.

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