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  1. #31
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    I doubt that 100% of dogs/cats, anywhere, are vaccinated.

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    Certificates are required to prove dogs are. It would be as easy for an owner to provide the appropriate cert. for a dog as it would be to provide one for you proving that you had any required vaccination. It is rare for cats to acquire rabies as they usually avoid other animals acting abnormally.
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    I found it interesting that they listed Hawaii as its own country but then again Americans are even worse at geography
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    I suspect listing Hawaii separately was simply the easiest way to show its status without a long winded explanation that nobody would have read. Think how complicated it would be to explain in terms that everybody would read his the USA was one category country except Hawaii that was a different category even though it's still part of the USA.

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    Its funny this has come up as I was just reading an article on the bbc website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-28260819

    The mistakes included saying Manchester was in the North East of England, Leicestershire in the South East and Plymouth was in the North West.
    The government department blamed a "data source issue".
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichNY View Post
    I found it interesting that they listed Hawaii as its own country but then again Americans are even worse at geography
    Wow, we really got off-topic...

    ... no biggie. Hawaii is it's own country according to some Hawaiian's, and the U.S. Government.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/asian-am...ingdom-n151801

    I lived there for 5 years, and agree with the Hawaiian's. It will be interesting to see what they do without federal subsidies.
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    Even further off-topic...

    ... but there is a tie-in.

    Anthony and Phil D (and anyone else out there), have you watched the movie "Went The Day Well?". Just got it (shipped from the UK region 2). Very cool old war-time film. The local villager's kicked some Nazi ass. I haven't watch the other 2 movies included. "Icecold In Alex" and "I Was Monte's Double".

    Has absolutely nothing to do with photography. Not an Purma, or Sida, in the pictures.

    Post script: Seems that most of the cameras made in the UK were post-WW2, and based on combat aerial camera designs.
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    I have only seen the end of "Went The Day Well?" "Icecold In Alex" is a good film but I was no impressed with "I Was Monte's Double".

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    I've seen them all at some point but the only one I can really remember is Icecold in Alex. That is a very good film. Definitely a good wet Sunday afternoon watch.
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    Thanks guys. Anthony, the end is the best part. Phil, how about a wet, foggy, Sunday?

    Will watch the other two over the weekend. And maybe order Hero's Of War Part 1...

    There has to be a camera in one of those films.
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