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Félicitations Nouvelle-Orléans!
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Monty
2010-01-26 12:06:27 UTC
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I think the OP was saying,

Well done Saints! and it's possible to see the games on certain TV
channels in France and the USA.

But what the.. A Merci Beaucoups goes down well anytime. :)

Allons a Lafayette!
RVG
2010-01-27 09:05:57 UTC
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Post by Monty
I think the OP was saying,
Well done Saints! and it's possible to see the games on certain TV
channels in France and the USA.
But what the.. A Merci Beaucoups goes down well anytime. :)
Allons a Lafayette!
Allons en Indiana rather. ;-)

Indiana was a French territory between the XVIIth century and 1816 when
it joined the Union. The first permanent colony, Vincennes, was founded
there by French-Canadians in 1732.

Nah! Bury them hoosiers anyway!
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Monty
2010-01-28 23:10:48 UTC
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Allons en Indiana rather. ;-)
Indiana was a French territory between the XVIIth century and 1816 when
it joined the Union. The first permanent colony, Vincennes, was founded
there by French-Canadians in 1732.
Nah! Bury them hoosiers anyway!
A young country to some (the USA) but a fascinating history, thanks for
that info. Maybe it's not PC now to refer to it as Indiana. Acadiana's ok
though. :^)

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