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  1. #46641
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    Feb 2007
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    Atlanta, GA
    Quote Originally Posted by Phredd3 View Post
    As long as you reserve some for the foundlings. The foundlings are the future.
    I mean, I teach 7th gradeÖthey count as foundlings, right?

  2. #46642
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    Hitting up my local taco cart with the littlest oldest lady around. Thatís how you know itís good.

  3. #46643
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    Atlanta, GA
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Hitting up my local taco cart with the littlest oldest lady around. Thatís how you know itís good.
    I had to go for my annual physical a little bit ago (YUCK), so Iím headed home with a sack of hot dogs and fries.

  4. #46644
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    Vermont
    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    I had to go for my annual physical a little bit ago (YUCK), so Iím headed home with a sack of hot dogs and fries.
    watch out for your retroactive lipid test!
    (I do the same thing, hit the local bakery after the lipid profile and prostate massage.)

  5. #46645
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    I had to go for my annual physical a little bit ago (YUCK), so Iím headed home with a sack of hot dogs and fries.
    Hah hah. Nice.

  6. #46646
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    I read something I found funny today. Itís childish and a bit gutter-humor. I was debating posting but went back and reviewed the decorum rules.

    ďPosts that use language or ideas that shock Grandma are examplesÖĒ

    I do not think when the site owners wrote that they had in mind my grandma.

  7. #46647
    How did no one ever tell me what an amazing town Beaufort, NC is? Jeez.

  8. #46648
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    Jan 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    How did no one ever tell me what an amazing town Beaufort, NC is? Jeez.
    I got to visit Dukeís Marine Lab and surrounding barrier islands on a class trip during my time at Duke. Really cool stuff happening there. Notably, half the class stayed up way too late drinking adult beverages that were way too cheap and sugary. The bus ride home the next day was quiet, miserable and one of the longest of my life.

  9. #46649
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    Feb 2007
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    Durham, NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    How did no one ever tell me what an amazing town Beaufort, NC is? Jeez.
    On your way to Ocracoke or heading home?

  10. #46650
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    Nov 2007
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    Vermont
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    I got to visit Dukeís Marine Lab and surrounding barrier islands on a class trip during my time at Duke. Really cool stuff happening there. Notably, half the class stayed up way too late drinking adult beverages that were way too cheap and sugary. The bus ride home the next day was quiet, miserable and one of the longest of my life.
    Plus they know how to pronounce Beaufort, unlike those hicks to the south of them.

  11. #46651
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    On your way to Ocracoke or heading home?
    To! Here til Sunday. Then a week on Ocracoke.

  12. #46652
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    Durham, NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    To! Here til Sunday. Then a week on Ocracoke.
    Eat a pizza at Jason's and think of me.

  13. #46653
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    Eat a pizza at Jason's and think of me.
    We usually stay at Jason's ex-step mother's rental. This is the first time we aren't.

  14. #46654
    Back from Winnipeg and Saskatoon. The drive between the two cities is 8 hours of featureless prairie. Also Winnipeg has an architectural style I would classify as "19th Century penitentiary style". But Saskatoon was very nice. Also Saskatoon is the furthest North I have ever been in latitude.

  15. #46655
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    Feb 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    Back from Winnipeg and Saskatoon. The drive between the two cities is 8 hours of featureless prairie. Also Winnipeg has an architectural style I would classify as "19th Century penitentiary style". But Saskatoon was very nice. Also Saskatoon is the furthest North I have ever been in latitude.
    I've been to Reykjavik.

  16. #46656
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    I've been to Reykjavik.
    New Zealand is just lovely.

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    Lovely, voicemails from last week are just now arriving in my voice mailbox. That's service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    I've been to Reykjavik.
    That is really cool!

  19. #46659
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    Back from Winnipeg and Saskatoon. The drive between the two cities is 8 hours of featureless prairie. Also Winnipeg has an architectural style I would classify as "19th Century penitentiary style". But Saskatoon was very nice. Also Saskatoon is the furthest North I have ever been in latitude.
    Saskatoon has always been one of my favorite city names but I've never been.

    One summer I drove the AL-CAN highway from Seattle up to Anchorage, Alaska and then down the Kenai. I've also driven up into Canada and along the norther borders of the Great Lakes. Both were great drives. I'd like to get to the Canadian Rockies at some point and would be interested in the Canadian prairie, too. I like big open, empty spaces and that bit of North Dakota has always interested me on a map.

  20. #46660
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Saskatoon has always been one of my favorite city names but I've never been.

    One summer I drove the AL-CAN highway from Seattle up to Anchorage, Alaska and then down the Kenai. I've also driven up into Canada and along the norther borders of the Great Lakes. Both were great drives. I'd like to get to the Canadian Rockies at some point and would be interested in the Canadian prairie, too. I like big open, empty spaces and that bit of North Dakota has always interested me on a map.
    I am hitting Ottawa/Montreal in December, Newfoundland in January, Edmonton/Calgary in February and Vancouver in March or April.

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