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Manitoba_Rancher

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Heard R-calf is publishing a book of the statements they have made over the Canadian border and BSE. The only thing they can put it in is the "true statements" they have made. The book is full of blank pages. But it does have a picture of Ot, and haymaker doing a naked sitanic dance with chief cebull!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Manitoba Rancher, do you have the link to this R-calf press release?
:)
 

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MR says to Murgen

Va voir si j'y suis means "Go away and see if I am there".
 

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I assume your French resembles Cajan dialect (related to Acadien).

Good for you Reader, you picked that up. Cultures do cross borders and those that make fun usually don't know anything about it! :)

Did France have any impact and any migration into/on the US?
 

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I don't know french, just poked what ever haymaker said into google and came up with it. I do know pig latin though.
 

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I don't know french, just poked what ever haymaker said into google and came up with it. I do know pig latin though.

Then speak in pig latin and don't quote me in French. I'm pretty sure all the pig languages are pretty routine for you.
 

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I don't remember quoting you on anything. Having a bad day are you? :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :lol: :lol: :lol: 8) 8) :wink: :wink: :wink:
 

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MR says to Murgen

Va voir si j'y suis means "Go away and see if I am there".

Sorry, other way around, don't quote anybody in french, if you don't understand what you are saying!
 

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What did I say? Do you mean it means something else or are you just cranky today? :evil:
 

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reader (the Second) said:
Murgen said:
I assume your French resembles Cajan dialect (related to Acadien).

Good for you Reader, you picked that up. Cultures do cross borders and those that make fun usually don't know anything about it! :)

Did France have any impact and any migration into/on the US?

Remember I was first in linguistics before computers (before TSEs took away my time). Weren't the Acadiens chased out of Canada and settled in Northeast U.S. and in Louisiana? The other French influence is on Haitian and we're seeing Haitian influx currently. I can think of Spanish and Italian and German and Norwegian and Puerto Rican and Jamaican and Arab migration into US. I'm sure there was French also but it's not popping into my head. Well the French had a major impact on the Founding Fathers -- in architecture, fashion, political science, literature and so on.

Surely there must have been quite a few French in the North American Colonies, and probably later, too, in the fledgling USA, as the French were instrumental in the victory of those desiring freedom, weren't they?

Don't forget the French influence in that a major portion of the land area of this nation was purchased from France. In SD, there still are some people of French descent. Some of the fur traders were Frenchmen who married women of the Indian Nations in the north parts of the USA. There were quite a few Scottish fur traders, too, in the Dakota Territory. Don't forget the Irish immigrants! And those are just the major ones. Surely there were legal and illegal immigrants from most nations of the times who came to our shores in one way or another, one era or another.

MRJ
 

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rancher said:
What did I say? Do you mean it means something else or are you just cranky today? :evil:

It means exactly what you said it did rancher...........good luck
 

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Big Muddy rancher said:
HAY MAKER said:
rancher said:
What did I say? Do you mean it means something else or are you just cranky today? :evil:

It means exactly what you said it did rancher...........good luck

Say what are you a French man Haymaker.

NO I had a french canadian girl friend and while I was -------her she would whisper french nothings in my ear LOL.......good luck & good nite.
 

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HAY MAKER said:
Big Muddy rancher said:
HAY MAKER said:
It means exactly what you said it did rancher...........good luck

Say what are you a French man Haymaker.

NO I had a french canadian girl friend and while I was -------her she would whisper french nothings in my ear LOL.......good luck & good nite.

quite the way to learn french. Looks like R-CALF is learning about the cattle biz while doing the same thing to Canadian cattle industry.
 

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HAY MAKER said:
Big Muddy rancher said:
HAY MAKER said:
It means exactly what you said it did rancher...........good luck

Say what are you a French man Haymaker.

NO I had a french canadian girl friend and while I was -------her she would whisper french nothings in my ear LOL.......good luck & good nite.

She 'whispered' ..... "Va voir si j'y suis (means "Go away and see if I am there") in your ear haymaker???? :D :D :D :D
 

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