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Originally Posted by xsperf
yes, i agree w/you dough, i was directing it to Brien who is "all american" meaning that he will not call himself german if he moves to germany
Why would I? Maybe one's nationality would change if he or she became a citizen in a different country, but their values wouldn't all the sudden drop, and switch over to the new country's values. Over time one might transition into whatever culture they might move into.
I think your claim was off topic.
The phrase "I'm...." isn't very specific, but when I hear it, as I bet most people think of it as the same, I think of what culture I am a part of.
Last edited by brien4787; 03-31-2006 at 03:52 PM..