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    Quote Originally Posted by scottb613 View Post
    All those cattails - are they a forest region or individual models ? Keep on keep'n on...
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    Scott
    Scott I made them a Forest Region so it be a lot easier to populate areas. To do the next 5 miles to Absecon one by one each like that, I would be in Bellevue in a padded room after the 1st day.
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    Just found out you call Bulrush's Cattails. Life would be so much easier if you lot learnt English like the rest of the World!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lateagain View Post
    Just found out you call Bulrush's Cattails. Life would be so much easier if you lot learnt English like the rest of the World!
    Sorry but on this side of the pond, we don't use the "Queen's English" like putting "U's" in words that don't need them Oh, I take that back, that country just north of us does & speak "Frog" too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMSS View Post
    Sorry but on this side of the pond, we don't use the "Queen's English" like putting "U's" in words that don't need them Oh, I take that back, that country just north of us does & speak "Frog" too.
    LOL Interesting that you mention Canada and their French Connection .....because the French are just about the only other country that refuse to speak the English Language Of course we mustn't generalise so I'd say with the exception of the Pas de Calais, Normandy and Brittany all of whom manage quite well ....even if they still struggle with the fact that the correct name for La Manche is in fact The English Channel
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