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If you had to live in a different country, where would you go and why would you live there?

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“Germany, because there’s beer gardens.”

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“España, so I could play Rafael Nadal in tennis.”

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“I would say Switzerland because it looks pretty with the mountains and the lakes and the scenery and the chocolate.”

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“Switzerland, because they are not as quick to make laws that restrict things and restrict your rights.”

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“Australia, because they have the coral reef.”

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Sharon124 5 years ago

I would go to Germany because I cannot trace my family past my parents and they came from there.

RoeDapple 5 years ago

Latin America. . . To study Latin.

asixbury 5 years ago

+1 That, or The Shire. I do like food.

RoeDapple 5 years ago

Or Topeka.

Nah . . . That's a whole different world out there . . .

Terry Sexton 5 years ago

Always wanted to live on a tropical island, but I'm still here in Margaritaville. It's my own damn fault.

labmonkey 5 years ago

New Zealand... although I would hate to have to give up my guns.

somedude20 5 years ago

Kolob, to make the Mormon "god" take responsibility for Mittens and the Osmonds, oh, and I might mack on his goddess (winning!)

Topple 5 years ago

North Korea! But just long enough to claim a piece of their flag for the $1,000,000 bounty.

Topple 5 years ago

And yes, I know there's not really a bounty...but it's fun to imagine!

Leslie Swearingen 5 years ago

Seriously, Jamaica, for both the beach and the mountains and the Blue Mountains and the White River and the music and the Red Stripe beer and the dancing.

Leslie Swearingen 5 years ago

Yes, I know, I heard that when I went there, my daughter heard that when she went there, my granddaughter heard that when she went there. Still, its not all bad being poor there. I backpacked around the country, slept on the beach and hitched a ride up into the mountains. I remember good food, good talk and better ganja. The Rastas were basically good people though they didn't let women join the club back then. Now they do. Wonderful people.

parrothead8 5 years ago

And the coffee. Don't forget the excellent coffee they grow in those Blue Mountains.

geekin_topekan 5 years ago

New Zealand to go hang out with the Maori a bit.

riverdrifter 5 years ago

Scotland. For the land. Also the shotguns, single malt and the ladies -all of the finest Scottish manufacture.

Cait McKnelly 5 years ago

"If it's not Scottish it's c%$#!"

Terry Sexton 5 years ago

frankie8 sez '...and the Red Stripe beer..."

Smokin' all the ganja is the only way they can stomach the stuff. You gotta be blasted to drink that swill.

brutus 5 years ago

Amsterdam. Do I need to say why?

Brian Laird 5 years ago

Tahiti is pretty cool. I definitely agree. Watching the Taitian girls dancing you realize that those English guys on the Bounty didn't have a chance.....

"When you see the Southern Cross for the first time, you understand why you came this way..."

Brian Laird 5 years ago

I think that Mr. Norwood is a bit clueless. Switzerland is one of the more strictly regulated societies around where even when you wash your clothes and take a shower is regulated.

SofaKing 5 years ago

Canada, because I could come back on weekends.

ivalueamerica 5 years ago


Machu PIcchu, Titicaca, Amazon, Great food, great people...

and the love of my life.

JackMcKee 5 years ago

Kazakhstan: number one exporter of potassium!

Bruce Rist 5 years ago

England, I need some dental work done

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