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Old 09-10-2012, 08:00 PM
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A Squire in England named Chad, one has to laugh, why on earth would an American want to buy a mansion in the English countryside when they do not fit.
Ordering people to have dogs on leads, one hopes his solicitors have bought him up to speed with English law and footpaths.
A theme park with the villagers pulling their forelocks to the Squire, will not happen.

An American playing cricket on the village green, it would take a fortnight to explain the laws of cricket to him.

Maybe he is wanting a bit of culture.
Furious that a U.S millionaire is turning their idyllic parish into a theme park, locals are fighting back... with an Asbo | Mail Online
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Old 09-11-2012, 09:55 AM
Location: SW MO
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An unfortunately 'typical' Ugly American.
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