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British Expat Newsletter:
26 September 2007

Hello, and welcome to those who have joined up since our last newsletter. In this issue This week: the Holocaust Virtual Snacks Bizarre Searches Quotation and joke This week Dave and I have been reading Vikram Seth’s book, Two Lives. For those who haven’t read or heard about it, Two Lives is a biography about […]

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British Expat Newsletter:
12 September 2007

Hello, and welcome to those who have joined up since our last newsletter. In this issue This week: Metric martyrs Virtual Snacks Bizarre Searches Quotation and joke This week The news this week is that British traders have finally forced the Eurocrats to cave in and allowed them to continue trading using Imperial measurements. Great […]

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British Expat Newsletter:
29 August 2007

Hello, and welcome to those who have joined up since our last newsletter. Dave’s writing most of the newsletter this week. In this issue This week: Near-death experiences? Virtual Snacks Bizarre Searches Quotation and joke This week “Don’t die, Shrek! And if you see any long tunnels, stay away from the light!” (Donkey (voiced by […]

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British Expat Newsletter:
22 August 2007

Hello, and welcome to those who have joined up since our last newsletter. In this issue This week:Walking adverts Virtual Snacks Bizarre Searches Quotation and joke This week We came across a weird story this week – apparently in 2005 a woman had the URL of an online casino tattooed across her forehead, just under […]

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British Expat Newsletter:
15 August 2007

Hello, and welcome to those who have joined up since our last newsletter. In this issue This week:Queueing Virtual Snacks Bizarre Searches Quotation and joke This week We visited Kuala Lumpur recently and had a rather unpleasant experience in the immigration area, where the queue was an absolute nightmare. People were queueing four or five […]

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