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 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 12:09 pm
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Good ones!  I forgot about New Hampshire's slogan.  Looks like PA is just an over-sexed state, or maybe it's just the Pennsylvania Amish are an over-sexed sect. (Try saying that three times!  Impossible.)



 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 12:50 pm
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  Sects and the City?      ;)

Last edited on Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 12:52 pm by Texas Defender



 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 01:17 pm
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A few years ago a travel company advertised a tour to Paris, Rhome and Athens for $299.  To the surprise of many it was a visit to three small towns in North Texas.



 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 03:57 pm
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ashbel:

For that price they should have included Italy and Naples also ;)



 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 04:07 pm
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David

I think they were too Humble.



 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 04:33 pm
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Javal,

No, I have not been to THAT town in Austria yet, but might remedy it the next time I travel to my home country...
P.S. Thanks for asking, my trip was indeed great!



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 Posted: Wed Sep 3rd, 2008 09:33 pm
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Ed, Waterloo, all those areas are pretty familiar with me. My mom graduated from Waterloo High, as did my brothers, and tons of family still there!
Florence was where I hung out, in high school, living between Savannah and Florence. Calcav and I had a brief honeymoon in Muscle Shoals way back in 1980.



 Posted: Thu Sep 4th, 2008 12:08 am
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izzy wrote: This is just a little off topic but here goes:

This spring on tour in Oklahoma, we stopped at a large gas station/convenience store along the interstate.  In the NO PARKING ZONE in front of the store was a sign which read: The Last Car Parked Here Is Still Missing!

Near Honey Springs Battlefield, was a hand painted sign on a sheet of plywood next to the road that read: Road Hunters Will Be Shot!

Don't ya just love Oklahoma?!  I love a state with a no B.S. attitude!


When I lived in the Phillippines, we used to laugh at a large billboard just outside of the town of Angeles City near what used to be the US Air Force Base. The billboard was outside of a filling station and convenience store and sat just before the start of a superhighway with no stops across Pampanga Province rice and sugar fields on the long trip to Manila. Anyway this is truly what the sign said:

Last chance to pee before you reach Manila.



 Posted: Thu Sep 4th, 2008 12:31 am
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Baylor University - Jerusalem on the Brazos
Texas A&M - Sing Sing on the Brazos

Hey David, HOW BOUT THEM AGGIES, At least we got beat by a ranked team. I still have my Tigers, Geaux Tigers.

Doc C



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Go Fightin' Gators!!!!



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How about Hell, Michigan?

And of course NW Ohio has Texas & Florida both.

Jana



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#%$#))..)))(

 

Grumble Grumble, Doc C

BTW, I flipped between The Big O's speech and the Baylor game the other night and as he talked about hope and change, I realized that in Waco they have change: Morris for Briles, Freeman for Griffith.  The only problem, there is no hope =+++

When my boys fall to Baylor depths I'll start to panic but right now that looks like the only thing below us :shock:



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