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An ordinary American citizen with a clean police record but no passport managed to visit over thirty foreign countries. He was welcome in every country and left on his own accord. He did this all in…
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
An ordinary American citizen with a clean police record but no passport managed to visit over thirty foreign countries. He was welcome in every country and left on his own accord. He did this all in just one day. How?
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Airline pilot?
Mind you 30 countries would be a bit much!
#2
He visited 30 different the Embassies, cos IIRC they are considered foreign soil?

hmmm...Is the same true of the UN building in NY too? Maybe he just visited that. :oops:
#3
Is it virutally via the Internet?
Or transdimentionally via the Tardis?
#4
nightswimmer
He visited 30 different the Embassies, cos IIRC they are considered foreign soil?

hmmm...Is the same true of the UN building in NY too? Maybe he just visited that. :oops:


Yep, a postman delivering mail to various foreign embassies. :thumbsup:
#5
George W Bush he's pretty ordinary but then again an American? ordinary? dont think there is such a thing.
#6
he was Santa Claus, and it was Christmas Eve...?
#7
Abvance
Yep, a postman delivering mail to various foreign embassies. :thumbsup:


yep - this is correct :)
#8
Because of the time difference?
banned#9
Because the American citizen was an ALIEN in a UFO.

We all know aliens can't get passports!!, and i bet their flying saucers travel quite fast. + i'm sure they would be welcome.

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