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Post by blue_moon_34 » Feb 1st 2003, 10:44 pm

hey kids, i just turned 21 and i'm from east lansing, michigan (woo hoo, GO SPARTANS)

other tv shows i currently like are gilmore girls, buffy (of course my two favorite shows have to be on at the same time) and general hospital (don't hate me it's a sick obsession my roommate and i have). of course i love mscl but my all time favorite show is new york undercover. i was so heartbroken when it was taken of the air. i have about ten tapes of episodes i had recorded so i'm so greatful for that.

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Post by GaryEA » Feb 1st 2003, 11:16 pm

I hear about that hills thing. Cincinnati is surrounded by 7 of them, being at the end of the glaciers path and all. Creeps me out everytime I go to Columbus or Houston. Where is the hills? It's too flat out here.
My girlfriend and I took a trip to Florida last summer to visit some of her family, and two things struck me; 1) There's going to be a nasty thunderstorm at 4:10 every single afternoon, and 2) It's flat. Really flat. The hills are the on-ramps to the Polk County Highway. The horizon is endless. It was actually unnerving.

Actually, Florida in general is pretty unnerving. :D

Even South Jersey, like 60 miles down the Parkway, is a little freaky to me. It creeps up on me when I realise that it's so flat.

Must be some bizarre phobia...

Gary

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Feb 1st 2003, 11:20 pm

When I was in Maui last summer, I learned that it rains every afternoon around 3:30pm which was really ruining my quality beach time :wink:

I have visited Florida twice on business this year (Sarasota and Orlando) and if I never go back to Orlando again, I will not shed any tears over it.

It did rain almost every afternoon that I was in Orlando too. Granted it was November but whatever :D Cutting into my quality pool time!
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Post by GaryEA » Feb 2nd 2003, 1:23 am

Boy, you get a lot of quality time, don't you? :wink:

Orlando is just tacky, like a mini Las Vegas. Plastic palm trees (there's real ones across the street, why the plastic?), strip malls, and you can't get a decent pizza.

I think it rains everyday in Florida, at the same time, year round. Just a theory. When I go back in March, I'll see if I was right.

8)

Gary

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Post by lance » Feb 2nd 2003, 10:56 am

GaryEA wrote:
I hear about that hills thing. Cincinnati is surrounded by 7 of them, being at the end of the glaciers path and all. Creeps me out everytime I go to Columbus or Houston. Where is the hills? It's too flat out here.
My girlfriend and I took a trip to Florida last summer to visit some of her family, and two things struck me; 1) There's going to be a nasty thunderstorm at 4:10 every single afternoon, and 2) It's flat. Really flat. The hills are the on-ramps to the Polk County Highway. The horizon is endless. It was actually unnerving.

Actually, Florida in general is pretty unnerving. :D

Even South Jersey, like 60 miles down the Parkway, is a little freaky to me. It creeps up on me when I realise that it's so flat.

Must be some bizarre phobia...

Gary
GaryEA,

I went to Pensacola last August and it rained everyday at 3:10 pm. Weird.

Lance Man

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Post by GaryEA » Feb 2nd 2003, 8:19 pm

lance,

I guess that means one of our watches was off! :D

Gary

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Post by lance » Feb 3rd 2003, 10:09 am

GaryEA wrote:lance,

I guess that means one of our watches was off! :D

Gary
Mine may have been waterlogged. Protection to 50 meters my ass :wink: .

Best,

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Post by GaryEA » Feb 3rd 2003, 5:45 pm

LOL! :lol:

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Post by Nostradamus » Oct 1st 2004, 9:39 pm

North America, somewhere between the Mississippi and the Pacific. Gosh, isn't life exciting?

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Post by lance » Oct 1st 2004, 11:00 pm

Nostradamus wrote:North America, somewhere between the Mississippi and the Pacific. Gosh, isn't life exciting?

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Congrats on your 1,000 posts.

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