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postit

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Hello,
I would like to ask whether anyone here knows some good discussion forums like this one but in italian and from Italy. I did not find anything good via google, maybe they dont have something like this there, but I doubt that. So any hints most welcome.
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Doubtless you speak Italian, have you asked Google or Bing in that language? Lateral thinking as to what such a thing might be called often helps given that a strict translation cannot evince local use of language.
 

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yes thanks I tried that but did not find anything good. I am not in Italy at the moment so the search results will also be different as opposed to searching when in the country.
 

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None that I'm aware of, although maybe some others based in Italy might know.
 

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yes thanks I tried that but did not find anything good. I am not in Italy at the moment so the search results will also be different as opposed to searching when in the country.
Why different? Add 'In Italy' to your search.
 

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Because for some reason the search results in Google are different when you search from abroad. Also when you search within the country but use a foreign computer. Even if you set the settings to "show Italian hits". I dont know why but it is like that.
 

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