Happy enlargement!

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    It's full of stars adrianxw's Avatar
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    Happy enlargement!

    EU members will know what I mean!
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    Hmm......sounds interesting.
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    Finally answer one of of those spam mails, adrian?

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    interesting indeed

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    happy and enlargment put adjacent to each other?

    what have you been doing lately, adrian?
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    Same to you Adrian.
    But personaly I think it's enough for a while. If it's too big, we won't be able to handle it

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    Whoza hubba wha?
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    ¡Amo fútbol!
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    The European Union just added some new member nations.

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    These countries have chosen to be assimilated into the European Union. Accession occurs Saturday, May 1st 2004.

    A little more information can be found here. This page may provide a more US-centred view.

    Still, a hearty welcome to the Euro-noobs - you, too, can discover (and pay for via your taxes) a whole new layer of pseudo-political bureaucracy of dubious merit that issues decrees on such world-shaking issues as banana curvature.

    A more serious appraisal of consequences for new member states.
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    I can't believe the EU admitted Turkey after their recent crap.

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    >> I can't believe the EU admitted Turkey <<

    They haven't, Turkey is a candidate country. The 10 new members, in this intake are Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Cyprus(effectively only the southern half), Malta, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

    They add to the 15 existing members, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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    Europe? Whats that...do you mean the US?

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    Its another USSR...i know it...go away fitlike...ya stinkin red
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    I wish this kind of unity could be formed in Aisa but that seems impossible for a few more centuries...

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    So the domino theory is finally proving to be true...

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