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Re: [seul-edu] Site@School V2.1 betatesters needed

On Sun, 2004-02-01 at 12:18, Harry McGregor wrote:

> Your comment is making me rethink my plans to take my honeymoon in
> Europe this summer (yes, I am getting married for those of you who don't
> already know).  Or should I just make sure that I travel on my Canadian
> passport (yes, I am dual American/Canadian).

Congratulations, Harry!  Who's the unlucky girl? :-)))  By all means,
you should visit Europe if you want to (you might think twice about
visiting Greece in August; with the Olympics there I expect it will be
crazy).  And Canadian or American passport is up to you of course, but
don't let anyone make you apologize for your nationality.  There's
nothing to apologize for for being Canadian, or for being American.  Be
proud of who and what you are.  If your country does things you think
are wrong, work to change them; but don't accept other people's
approbation when it's based on your origin.  As someone once said
(paraphrased): "Hate him?  How could I hate him; I don't know him well
enough to hate him!"

Doug Loss <drloss@suscom.net>