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Jay the Obscure
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I would remind you Mr. Solomon System that even the lamprey has it's place in the web of nature.

That and you seem to have expressed certain interest in the past about making your way down here and meeting some of your fantasy "hot chicks" who also appear in tv and movies.

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Treknophyle
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I tried to upload an image today, and got "access forbidden" - reminded me of my first wife....

Is it me (probably), or is it because of Charles' move.

By the way Charles, I love this site. Thanks a lot.

- Dave

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Saltah'na
Chinese Canadian, or 75% Commie Bastard.
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So CC is going to be within close proximity of LOA?

Hmm........

kidding... no offense to jubes

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The_Tom
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Seattle to Spokane is what, 6 hours? Hardly close proximity. And besides, *heavy sarcasm* who'd want to drive it in 6 hours when one can take 8 and see all the varied sights along the I-90 as it transverses the Evergreen State, like the glitzy strip of Moses Lake and the waving fields of Ellensburg?

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Jeff Raven
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Fascinating. The I-90 travels by two great lakes, past my beautiful home in Batavia, as well as near the Great Lakes and Erie Canal(a testament to Western Civilization). That's in New York State, for those who didn't know it.

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LOA
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6 hours? How do you figure?!?! Last time i drove there, I made it in 4.5 hours and that's WITH 5 rest stops along the way *grin* 4.5 hours is NOTHING.... going to Seattle is no more than a day trip to me... especially when it's for the cause of Old Navy *listens to the angels sing down from Heaven* They always do that when I mention Old Navy...

~LOA

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The_Tom
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Hrmmm... you're right (of course), it's more like 4 hours.

Using US 95, the I-90 and the I-5 I'm ten hours from the Tsawassen ferry terminal in Vancouver, BC. I think I worked backwards assuming Seattle was 10 hours. >

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TSN
I'm... from Earth.
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Old Navy needs to burn. Throw Abercrombie & Fitch, Tommy Hilfiger, and the Gap in the fire, too...

And I don't think the Flareupload thing has anything to do w/ CC. I think someone else set it up, yes?

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Nim
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Do you have to use the words "set" and "up" in the same sentence? I fear another wave coming...

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TSN
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Yes, yes, somebody set up us the upload. Now, whoever it was, speak up, so we can say "It's you !!".

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Malnurtured Snay
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I love US 95. I jump it north to Boston, and south to College Park and D.C. Wonderful road. Especially when there's no other traffic.

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Jeff Raven
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Why aren't you still disappeared?

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Malnurtured Snay
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Erm. ??? No, that was First's thread. I was dissapeared. Now I'm back. Deal wit' it.

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The_Tom
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You're about to watch a Canadian lecture an American on American geography (or at least highwayology):

Jeff: Interstate 95 would be the road you're referring to. I'm talking about the highway running N/S down the middle of Idaho then to parts beyond. Odd Interstates start on the West Coast and proceed upwards in number until one gets to the East coast; Federal highways are the opposite, with the low odds running up and down the East coast and the high odds running up and down the west. The evens are similarly inverted, with the lowest-numbered Interstates running east-west across the south and the higher numbers in the north and the fed highways the opposite.

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"Ring a bell, and I'll salivate...
well how'd you like that?
Dr. Landy, please tell me
I'm not just a pedagogue..."
-Brian Wilson, The Barenaked Ladies


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Teelie
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Thank you for that interesting... post there. I had forgotten just how fascinating our roadways were.

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