France's Tourism Ministry tries to improve image of France

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    Come on all, lets book our next vaction in France!

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051208...M3gelIB;_ylu=X3oDMTBiMW04NW9mBHNlYwMlJVRPUCUl


    Nothing to see here, Eiffel Tower is THAT way ===>
     
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    Paris's new slogan

    "We'll have a hot time in the ol' town tonight!!"

    and ....

    it used to be known as "The City of Light", now it's known as "The City that is alight"
     
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    they will definetly need more than 1mil euros...France has very little to offer...well except a few foxes who shave their armpit hair and use deodorant..
    American wine and cheese are so much better... ;)
     
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    The countryside of france is quite beautiful, from what I've heard. If I could assure isolation from as many native french people as possible, I would definitely consider going.
     
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    some of the French girls are foxes...I being born and raised in California and defecting to Nevada in latter years...I can honestly say that California Wine Country is just as beautiful as France....damn if they would just be more in line with proper hygein...maybe they have changed since the last time I visited France... was back about 1965! who knows maybe they are okay...the foxes that is! :eek:
     
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    LOL! Angry youths! Give me a freaking break. Besides, those were just a touch of social unrest. It's all better now, they have welcomed them into the fold. yeah, right. No problem, everyone should go visit France. :fifty:
     
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    relive the spirit of the revolution :cool:
     
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    The MSM fawns all over itself with this story about France spending big bucks to promote itself and win back tourists, while at the same time blasting the U.S. military for paying for positive stories in Iraq's newspapers. The famous double standard of the leftist media being blatantly employed again.
     
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    you compare advertisement to propaganda. :wtf:
     
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    Not so. The goal of both is the same. But to the MSM's way of thinking, one is good and one is bad. BS! Stop spinning, Nosarcasm. No advertisement vs. propaganda in this case--well, maybe from the liberal's viewpoint.
     

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