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  1. Sticky: Thanks again..

    Thanks again..
  2. Worth keeping in mind that Steenkirque in...

    Worth keeping in mind that Steenkirque in Hewynowes/Hainaut seems to of more or less withstood Frenchification of any worth, likely because (like Waterloo) its also named after a well-known battle...
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    Indeed, an whole 'potsherdsworth' of a pot and...

    Indeed, an whole 'potsherdsworth' of a pot and not just a potsherd or two.
  4. Sticky: Great input thank you. Bytheway, I thought NIPON...

    Great input thank you. Bytheway, I thought NIPON folk call themselves (like their tungue) Nihongo not Yamato!?
  5. Hullo Joey, What I think I was trying to show,...

    Hullo Joey,

    What I think I was trying to show, is that, yes, the Frenchification has been going on for a long time, but despite the aforsaid, "Walloon Brabant" even now, is not FULLY Frenchified...
  6. Sorry, but I'm even moreso keeping an open-mind....

    Sorry, but I'm even moreso keeping an open-mind. You reply made things worst.
  7. Warning! warning! warning! Be wary of how...

    Warning! warning! warning!

    Be wary of how one handles what is the believed pathways of Frenchification of Dutch, German, Walloon and Picard speaking Belgium. For example, despite ongoing...
  8. Any guesses on the meaning behind my handle: Denderplankenware?

    It's a rather good one...

    Say what first comes into your mind anent the meaning of Denderplankenware (and why) then also any other afterthoughts...
  9. Within Belgium's lifespan, methinks not an inch...

    Within Belgium's lifespan, methinks not an inch has the Dutch speech nor German ones dared to ever find themselves encroaching on the historic Walloon/Picard and later French speaking bits of...
  10. Sticky: Nihongo is the endonym for Japanese. Never ever...

    Nihongo is the endonym for Japanese. Never ever heard it mentioned in the English-speaking MSM. "Japanese" must be one of the most hardwired-in English exynoms. Though on the other hand, there are...
  11. Sticky: Government gang-stalking could be said to be the...

    Government gang-stalking could be said to be the modern version - "targeted individuals" get cooked alive in their homes by radiation/microwave weaponry, amongst other grimness.
  12. Sticky: At least being shunned is way better than being...

    At least being shunned is way better than being gang-stalked.
  13. Poll: Folk likingmost English most likely should also...

    Folk likingmost English most likely should also like its near sibling Scots, right?
  14. First post, greetings to all. This viral...

    First post, greetings to all.

    This viral hemorrhagic fever seems to be found all over the Afro-Eurasian super-continent and its sundry nations. Wonder then why whomever(?) picked on the Crimea and...
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