Is this grammatically correct?

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Frost Byte

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Originally posted by: cKGunslinger
Originally posted by: Frost Byte
"Oh yes, armed with this dangerous pickup line and an intellect of american ignorance and conceit, I ventured into the cozy land of Montreal, where one third of caucasians were not actually obese."


[edit, added SECOND LINE]


"The home of Labatt Bleue and inflated maple dollars was full of Cabenet-sipping aristocrats, which was a refreshing change from your conventional Jerry Springer rednecks."


Is this grammatically correct?

Are you really asking this question, or is this a not-so-subtle anti-American thread? :confused:

I'm 100% proud to be asian-american. I'm mocking both. :p
 

BudAshes

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Jul 20, 2003
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Originally posted by: cKGunslinger
Originally posted by: Frost Byte
"Oh yes, armed with this dangerous pickup line and an intellect of american ignorance and conceit, I ventured into the cozy land of Montreal, where one third of caucasians were not actually obese."


[edit, added SECOND LINE]


"The home of Labatt Bleue and inflated maple dollars was full of Cabenet-sipping aristocrats, which was a refreshing change from your conventional Jerry Springer rednecks."


Is this grammatically correct?

Are you really asking this question, or is this a not-so-subtle anti-American thread? :confused:

little of column A, little of column B