I’ve been in America, and I’ve been in Americans.
The few , the proud… The stars and the stripes.
There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.
Rocko, when you’re back in the country, can we get a stars and stripes icon?
God Bless America
And their superb migrant workers
I’m guessing it’s perfectly fine to hate American foreign policy and love George W Bush.
God bless America.
Bandage must have had a tremendous ride there.
briantinnion reporting for duty.
I was discussing life ambitions with Bandage and Jugs when they were vacationing here last week. We got to talking about ambitions. My number one ambition is for my eldest son to be President of the United States of America. He’s gonna be the first Wexford man and Catholic in the White House since '63.
I’ve roughly worked out a timeline for this, I don’t see myself having a son in the next 7 years so would expect at the earliest that he’ll be born in 2018. We’ll probably make a run at the Presidency at a young age, I think a young President is always a votewinner so I’d like to see him make a run at it by the time he’s 44 so we’re looking at 2063 at the latest for a run so 2060 looks like a good year, we could cash in on the JFK nostalgia.
At the moment my plan is on track, I’m legally residing in the United States, I just need my son to be born here. I don’t necessarily know who the President’s mother will be yet but I’ve got some time to figure it out. I was thinking about possibly going for Caroline Kennedy’s eldest daughter who I believe resides in the city but that could be considered cheating as we’d be running on a Kennedy ticket rather than a tinnion ticket.
Anyway, I’ll keep you all updated.
What were your other 3 or 4 ambitions again?
All were exceedingly achievable.
- To fly on a private jet.
- To own Arsenal Football Club.
- To attend one of Silvio Berlusconi’s Bunga Bunga parties.
They will happen.
I’d recommend being able to hear the sound when watching this, nice bit of work.
The artist himself, an Irishman in NY, Andy Clancy writes:
[i]Living in New York I’d grab my Canon 7D, or S95, and shoot footage of what was going on around me. It seemed like a never ending project and you could stay filming life in New York for a long time. But eventually I put my camera down and started to edit.
Here’s the end result, it’s a bit rough and ready but that’s life in the Big Apple I guess.[/i]
im confused, is this a thread for wannabe american citizens or actual american citizens? Im in the latter category.
I believe its for wannabes but thats ok, America welcomes all unless you’re a filthy Mexican or a towelhead :guns: