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    Are the flags decoration or are all of them where people are from here?

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    The different flags translate the site into that country's language. It's fun to click on a flag (you can always change it back). I click to german every once in awhile. Boy oh boy, have I forgotten quite a bit since high school!

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    I tried clicking on the Korean flag, but nothing changed.
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    Korean worked for me, it just took a while to load. That might possibly be what is happening to you too.

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    Ah, thank you for the information everyone!

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    Weird. Nope, I tried Korean again, and after thinking about it awhile, everything popped up in English. German worked okay, though.
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    No French, though?

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    I tried Greek and got some stuff I couldn't read....guess that was it.

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    Maybe your computer does not 'do' Korean letters, and you have to change the settings?

    It's worthwhile checking out, especially if you know a bit about the other languages, because the results (at least in Dutch) are hilarious! In the translation 'line drying laundry' becomes 'lynching laundry', 'no eat out' becomes 'no food' :-)))

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