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Poll: Do you live in your country of birth?
Thread poster: Staff Staff
Local time: 18:38
Sep 20, 2005

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cloutier  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:38
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Believing in country of birth? hum Sep 20, 2005

It's hard to tell.

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Siegfried Armbruster  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:38
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Finally again Sep 21, 2005

After having lived and worked in the Netherlands, Scotland and Switzerland, I'm finally back home in Baden / Germany.

And I am not planning to leave for the next few years.


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Marcela MF
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the Global Village Sep 21, 2005

I have been living in Italy since 2001, I am Romanian, maybe I’ll go in Belgium, depends on job position, I am not attached to a special place, I consider that nowdays we live in the Global Village (a great opportunity).
Have a nice day,

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Sam Berner  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:38
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Some of us simply can't Sep 25, 2005

..and so are thankful for having an "adopted home country" other than the one they were born in.

I was born in Poland, grew up in a few different MENA ones, worked in few others, and I am now safely ensconed in Oz and "calling Australia home" (it's a song. I travel back to MENA often, but haven't been to where I was born for 20+ years.

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