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    Default Re: California city will remove gender terms, including "manhole" and "manmade"

    Add Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas while you're at it...it's legit ours.

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    Default Re: California city will remove gender terms, including "manhole" and "manmade"

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMan
    Add Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas while you're at it...it's legit ours.
    They had it a grand total of 27 years(15 years in the case of Texas)

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    Default Re: California city will remove gender terms, including "manhole" and "manmade"

    Quote Originally Posted by Long Duck Dong
    They had it a grand total of 27 years(15 years in the case of Texas)
    ...and? If the Yanks didn't go out and play landgrab on a land that was already recognized as Mexican territory, it would still be Mexican territory today.

    Fukk Manifest Destiny

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    Default Re: California city will remove gender terms, including "manhole" and "manmade"

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMan
    ...and? If the Yanks didn't go out and play landgrab on a land that was already recognized as Mexican territory, it would still be Mexican territory today.

    Fukk Manifest Destiny

    You lost bro. The US kicked Uncle Pedro's ass and his donkey back across the Rio Grande and the rest is history. Take the L and keep moving.

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