Falk, reread the initial reason i posted about this. you were responding to 221B about baseball, and the toronto bluejays. i was referring to the fact that John Cleese is speaking to Americans (from the US), not canadians, so 221B’s point was valid, and yours was not.
Since you have abandoned to discuss the original point, why should i discuss your distraction?
Well, i am too nice, even to you. Yes, there is noone else yet who calls you US’ans.
Now, my will is to change that fact, and bring the world the enlightenment of proper nationality-naming. In fact, it seems to work on a smale scale, and all changes start on a small scale.
Back to the original point:
Further, you will stop playing baseball. It is not reasonable to host an
event called the “World Series” for a game which is not played outside of
This must come as a shock to the Toronto Blue Jays. All along they thought they were playing in Canada
Now, is this ignorance, or arrogance, or “just” another form of misuse of the term “America” ?
Do you think that thinking your nationality is “american” could be a reason for this behavior?
If not, what else?
I repeat my stance once and hopefully for all:
( USamerican ===> American AND
American =X=> USamerican )
USamerican <=X=> American