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I think I remember hearing something on the GTA IV radio that loosely referred to this. It was in the opening to The Richard Bastion Show, I believe, where a pre-recorded soundbyte of a guy talking about going to war with Australia in the past plays. Oddly enough, he even sounds a bit like the "soldier" from GTA III. Has anyone else heard this? --PsychoDuck 01:16, May 3, 2010 (UTC)
- Ah, here it is. Kicks in at around the 23 second mark. "This country's going to hell! Ever since we let those damn Australians back in this country, everything has gone to shit! What the hell did we go to war with them in the first place-" --PsychoDuck 01:19, May 3, 2010 (UTC)
- Kay, buddy, I added the GTA IV WKTT reference. Thanks for the heads up :) MAINEiac4434 01:30, May 3, 2010 (UTC)
- Glad to help. I notice a lot of stupid little things like that, it seems. --PsychoDuck 02:16, May 3, 2010 (UTC)
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This page seems to be far too serious. I've always taken the "Australian American War" to be an analogy for the inability of Americans to differentiate between different peoples around the world, especially given the fact that the only people who talk about "the war" are uneducated idiots. CantRelax
In the article, It says that is is unknown who actually won the war, but on the GTA IV website "I love to Blow", it clearly states that the Australians lost. Is this just referring to the GTA IV timeline? If so, we have at least one outcome here. Cheers. The Man With The 9mm 10:34, July 13, 2010 (UTC)