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Nov. 8th, 2005 @ 07:10 pm today some holigans knocked over a bust bin in shaftsbree
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for those of you not glued to cnn the only engish speaking tv channel in france,
There have been some serious rioting going on, 1200 cars torched last night alone and its been goin on for 12 nights this is he 13th night. Epinouze the town im staingin had it first car-b-que last night, it really exciting... not for the owner of the car butfor the sole america in this god forsaken town. Ivenever been in the middle of civil disobeience in such grat proportions, it kinda makes m horny not in a i wanna hump things that moves horny, but this is kinda exciting and fun... but not for the guy who got his car torched. They have given power to local governmen to enforce curfew im not aloudout side after 10pm or i could get arrested and serve 2months in prision(even more excitmet)

on another more seious note, us has issued a warning to all americans in france would somebody bewilling to look into that fo me....


come on faith i promise nothing mischevious will come of me.......dont lie i can see your guys brains working over here.
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From:soulnourish
Date:November 8th, 2005 11:17 am (UTC)
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Ill see what I can find. When are you coming home?
From:soulnourish
Date:November 8th, 2005 11:45 am (UTC)
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No word on the US issued warning but I thought you should know... Sad news- no more Iron Kingdoms... *Single tear*.

Be safe, eh?
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From:wunderworks
Date:November 8th, 2005 01:55 pm (UTC)
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I'll fill you in more on the IK when you get back. Still a game though, so fear not. Just not IK, mostly a system issue and not game issue.

I hope everything is okay with you. Play it safe dude! Don't be all crazy American if you can. Try to blend if you can. :)

Oui and Nuh a lot, if possible. :)

I'll look into the U.S. warning.
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From:wunderworks
Date:November 8th, 2005 01:57 pm (UTC)
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Here's the link and the info:
http://www.amb-usa.fr/consul/acs/new/francetravel.htm

Warden Message Update- Violence in France - Nov. 7, 2005


This message is issued to alert Americans to ongoing security concerns in France. Based on press accounts, significant unrest that began in the northern suburbs of Paris Oct. 27 has now spread to several locations within the city limits of Paris, and to many other cities throughout France. Angry youth have set fire to many buildings and thousands of vehicles. While damage to property has been extensive, there seems to be no pattern of arsonists directing their anger at ordinary citizens or tourists.

Travelers should be alert to news media reports for the most up-to-date information, avoid areas where riots have occurred, move quickly away from any demonstrations they may encounter, and exercise particular caution during evening and nighttime hours.

Travelers using the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris should be aware that a train between the airport and Paris passes through an affected area and has occasionally been disrupted. Travelers should rely instead on airport buses or taxis to downtown Paris.

Travelers in France who need assistance can contact the U.S. Embassy at 01-4312-2222, or by email at: citizeninfo@state.gov. The Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Paris is located at 2 Rue St. Florentin, 75001 Paris (Place de La Concorde, Metro Stop Concorde), tel. 011-33-1-43-12-22-22 or (in France) 01-43-12-22-22; fax 011-33-1-42-61-61-40. Further information can be obtained at the U.S. Embassy's web site at http://france.usembassy.gov.

For the latest security information, Americans living and traveling abroad should regularly monitor the Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs Internet web site at http://travel.state.gov, where the current Worldwide Caution, Public Announcements, and Travel Warnings can be found. Up-to-date information on security can also be obtained by calling 1-888-407-4747 toll free in the U.S., or, for callers outside the U.S. and Canada, a regular toll line at 1-317-472-2328. These numbers are available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except U.S. federal holidays).

The cornerstone of our efforts to keep the American traveling public aware of problems threatening their safety and security is our Consular Information Program.
If you would like to receive important information issued by the U.S. Department of State and the Embassy in Paris, please register your stay in France using this online registration service https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs. By indicating your e-mail address at the time of registration, you will receive all Embassy bulletins and warden messages automatically.

United States Embassy
Office of American Services
2, rue Saint-Florentin
75382 Paris Cedex 08
France

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From:wunderworks
Date:November 8th, 2005 01:59 pm (UTC)
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I would seriously look into calling them, informing them who you are and where you are, and see about safe routes to the airport.

ALSO, contact your school, or if you can't, have your dad contact them, and see if they're going to extract you, or if they have plans for doing so, so it's not on your own dime, if your safety is impinged...if you're in danger. ;)

Good Luck,

Godspeed.

Ben
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From:anniejade
Date:November 8th, 2005 08:29 pm (UTC)
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don't get thrown in jail. good stories do not include ass raping from french guys.

stay safe, watch out for the hooligans!
From:soulnourish
Date:November 9th, 2005 09:54 am (UTC)
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She's right- usually the French are the rapees not the rapists... you would be UBER uncool if you became Francois' bitch. Thought you do have that sweet little baby face...caution man!

Skaliwags