The Copenhagen Post is a news paper for English speakers living in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Denmark/st1:place/st1:country-region. I tend to read it cover to cover because it’s very short and it’s weekly. It also gives me feeling of some local savvy. I spotted this interesting offer in the small ads sections.

 

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Unfortunately I won’t be any where California/st1:place/st1:State in the near future so won’t be able to take him up on his offer (I’m assuming it is a bloke, but I bet I’m right). If someone out there is in California/st1:place/st1:State and does decide to travel back in time I’d love to hear about there experience./o:p

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But the thing that really puzzles me why the author of this add thinks the English speaking population of Copenhagen are the best people to provide him with an assistant to go back in time with./o:p

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