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    Since it is a resurrected non-immigration thread what the &*() do you care?
    Its interesting Rete, that I have seen you move stuff out of the fourm
    that does not interest you when its OT, but when its something you care
    to respond to it stays. You also seem to be pretty firm in requiring
    the letters OT in a topic, yet not for this inane subject.

    Why can't we just discuss visa immigration issues here? There are so
    many other fourms for OT discussion, both in BE and all over the
    Internet. This topic is way more appropriate for the USA fourm.

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    Depending on where you live, there might be a store near you that
    supplies British Goods.

    http://www.britsintheus.com/foods.htm

    We have one in Cleveland that our local British club has gone up to that
    makes fresh daily sausage rolls, pasties, meat pies etc.

    Or a restaurant/pub
    http://www.britsintheus.com/restaurants.htm

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    Depending on where you live, there might be a store near you that supplies British Goods. http://www.britsintheus.com/foods.htm We have one in Cleveland that our local British club has gone up to that makes fresh daily sausage rolls, pasties, meat pies etc. Or a restaurant/pub http://www.britsintheus.com/restaurants.htm
    I would strongly advise calling ahead before visiting any of the places
    listed on the above page. The Cary, NC pub closed at the end of 2003 but
    it's listed so this page doesn't appear to be up-to-date.





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    I would strongly advise calling ahead before visiting any of the places listed on the above page. The Cary, NC pub closed at the end of 2003 but it's listed so this page doesn't appear to be up-to-date. NC Penguin
    Thanks for the heads up on the Cary NC pub/restaurant. Went through our
    list and checked the links, got rid of those that don't work. Guess am
    a bit behind on that as we do it for free, have other real work that
    comes first.

    I would call first as well though, one never knows. The Indian
    restaurants in near us in Ohio I know are there as we've been to
    them recently.

    Always appreciate additions or subtractions to our lists from anyone.

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