Serializing .NET Resources (.resx) as JSON (part 2)

So after playing with my own code after a while I realized that there was a slight flaw in my thinking.  Since every application is slightly different in the way it determines what culture to use, and that each request is technically a different Thread, I need a more generic way to capture that information.

I decided to use a querystring value.  Here is my updated code in regards to reading the querystring culture, setting it and fired up the appropriate ResourceManager..

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