where are you from?

@italofbi (485)
Brazil
November 27, 2006 2:22pm CST
where? =]=] go go go go answer
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@decaobr (343)
• Brazil
28 Nov 06
i from brazil
@Undefeated (4793)
• Singapore
28 Nov 06
im from malaysia
• United States
28 Nov 06
I'm from texas, in the USA.
@lorenzzo (275)
• Romania
27 Nov 06
ROMÂNIA, in the eastern half of the Balkans, is the largest country of the peninsula, having an area of 91,699 square miles (237,500 square kilometers). Its boundaries total is 1,959 miles (3,153 kilometers), with Ukraine on the north, Moldova on the northeast, the Black Sea on the east, Bulgaria on the south, Serbia on the southwest, and Hungary on the west. The capital is Bucharest (Bucuresti). There is a certain symmetry in the physical structure of Romania. The country forms a complex geographic unit centered on the Transylvanian Basin, around which the peaks of the Carpathian Mountains and their associated subranges and structural platforms form a series of crescents. Beyond this zone, the extensive plains of the south and east of the country, their potential increased by the Danube and its tributaries, form a fertile outer crescent extending to the frontiers. The highest point in Romania is the peak of Moldoveanu (8,346 feet[2,544 m]) in the Southern Carpathians. The three ranges, with an average elevation of 2,620 feet (800 m), form a semicircle, open to the west through structural depressions ("gates"). On the outer fringe of the Carpathians' great arc are the Subcarpathians, reaching elevations between 1,300 and 3,300 feet (400 and 1,000 m). The eastern and southern plains occupy one-third of the country's total area and formed the populated cores of historic Moldavia and Walachia, respectively. Romania's climate is intermediate between the temperate and continental types. Average annual temperatures range from 52° F (11° C) in the south to 45° F (7° C) in the north; average annual rainfall ranges from 16 inches (400 mm) in the southeast to 55 inches (1,400 mm) in the Carpathian Mountains. The highest temperature ever reached was 44,5º C in Baragan plain. Oak, beech, and coniferous forests cover about one-fourth of the land.
@lorenzzo (275)
• Romania
27 Nov 06
ROMÂNIA, in the eastern half of the Balkans, is the largest country of the peninsula, having an area of 91,699 square miles (237,500 square kilometers). Its boundaries total is 1,959 miles (3,153 kilometers), with Ukraine on the north, Moldova on the northeast, the Black Sea on the east, Bulgaria on the south, Serbia on the southwest, and Hungary on the west. The capital is Bucharest (Bucuresti). There is a certain symmetry in the physical structure of Romania. The country forms a complex geographic unit centered on the Transylvanian Basin, around which the peaks of the Carpathian Mountains and their associated subranges and structural platforms form a series of crescents. Beyond this zone, the extensive plains of the south and east of the country, their potential increased by the Danube and its tributaries, form a fertile outer crescent extending to the frontiers. The highest point in Romania is the peak of Moldoveanu (8,346 feet [2,544 m]) in the Southern Carpathians. The three ranges, with an average elevation of 2,620 feet (800 m), form a semicircle, open to the west through structural depressions ("gates"). On the outer fringe of the Carpathians' great arc are the Subcarpathians, reaching elevations between 1,300 and 3,300 feet (400 and 1,000 m). The eastern and southern plains occupy one-third of the country's total area and formed the populated cores of historic Moldavia and Walachia, respectively. Romania's climate is intermediate between the temperate and continental types. Average annual temperatures range from 52° F (11° C) in the south to 45° F (7° C) in the north; average annual rainfall ranges from 16 inches (400 mm) in the southeast to 55 inches (1,400 mm) in the Carpathian Mountains. The highest temperature ever reached was 44,5º C in Baragan plain. Oak, beech, and coniferous forests cover about one-fourth of the land.
@_hope_ (3916)
• Australia
27 Nov 06
AUSTRALIA
@moneyseeker (1024)
27 Nov 06
I'm from the south west of England (the best bit).
@Aali311 (6127)
• United States
27 Nov 06
Im from south america guyana the jim jones place.
@sindra (1119)
• Indonesia
27 Nov 06
indo
@Janus7602 (143)
• United States
27 Nov 06
Denver, CO