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me ^ | 6/10/2004 | me

Posted on 06/10/2004 12:13:18 PM PDT by Rate_Determining_Step

OK.

Living in Seattle sucks. It's June 10th and the rest of the country is basking in warm spring weather and it's 51 degrees outside.

I wouldn't mind TX, but the wife says she can't stand the heat. Is it really that hot in TX? All of TX? Are there any semi-moderate places there?

Been looking at NH. I don't like snow, but I'll put up with it for 3-4 months, etc.

Looking for some FReepmail from natives on the really skinny on weather, crime, taxes, etc.

I took a survey and it said El Paso is the place for me. The closest I've been to Texas is Utah.

I like decent metro areas (love Manhattan). But, I want a house with a 2 or 3 car garage, etc.

It'll be nice to move out of an area where I'm up to my armpits in lefties!

Thanks,


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To: Rate_Determining_Step

Well, California has its share of fruits, nuts and liberals, but I dare say that it doesn't get much better than the weather here in the San Diego area. Not too cold; not too hot and very little humidity. It's a little chunk of heaven, climate wise.


101 posted on 06/10/2004 1:36:34 PM PDT by Southflanknorthpawsis
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
El Paso is a miserable town. It's grubby, dirty, and unkempt, and I seem to recall a weird odor around it.

Yeah, Houston's hot, but at 35 I can pass for 24, and I owe it to the humidity. Tell your wife that. :)
102 posted on 06/10/2004 1:37:06 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: wizr

And I miss your breeze...

Seriously, I love to go over there, but I think it would be too cold to stay.


103 posted on 06/10/2004 1:38:22 PM PDT by bannie (Liberal Media: The Most Dangerous Enemies to America and Freedom)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

I moved to Alaska last year from Houston, Texas. I have also lived (if you can call it that) in Southern Yemen.

I am absolutely amazed at how the human body can get used to temperature and think them normal. I have been in 135°F and -48°F actual temps, not heat index or wind chill, but real temp.


104 posted on 06/10/2004 1:38:27 PM PDT by thackney (life is fragile, handle with prayer)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

You like Yankees or Southern hospitality?
Easy choice: Texas.


105 posted on 06/10/2004 1:38:42 PM PDT by onyx
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To: Yohan
Flagstaff ! There is a possibility I could relo there in the next few months and get out of this liberal stink-hole Portland. Tell me a bit about your thoughts of Flagstaff.

Nam Vet

106 posted on 06/10/2004 1:39:09 PM PDT by Nam Vet (Arab nutball bumper sticker ..... "My other wife is a goat")
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To: tdadams

Thanks. I needed that. I was also hoping I was wrong. There are too many other good things about Tennessee, like Jack Daniels.


107 posted on 06/10/2004 1:40:05 PM PDT by wizr
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To: jimt
When I moved here from Seattle, my wife and I drove to Houston in our un-airconditioned Mustang.

And I bet your wife hasn't aged appreciably in the time since.
108 posted on 06/10/2004 1:40:09 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: HairOfTheDog
If your wife doesn't like heat and you want to go to El Paso anyway.... seems you aren't taking the advice from the one who should matter.... why listen to us?

We're both somewhat ill-informed about what it's like to live in other places. She's from the midwest and I'm a Seattle punk. So when I say it's too cold in NH, I may not know the whole story - as well as her concerns about the heat in TX.

That's the whole point of this thread - to dispell or confirm myths.

109 posted on 06/10/2004 1:40:17 PM PDT by Rate_Determining_Step (US Military - Draining the Swamp of Terrorism since 2001!)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
I've got this theory about hot and cold.

No. You can always put more clothes on to stay warm,

but you can never take enough clothes off to get cool! :)

110 posted on 06/10/2004 1:40:26 PM PDT by MamaTexan (NEVER underestimate the power of righteous indignation)
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To: Southflanknorthpawsis

I agree: San Diego weather is perfect.


111 posted on 06/10/2004 1:41:01 PM PDT by bannie (Liberal Media: The Most Dangerous Enemies to America and Freedom)
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To: Bacon Man; Rate_Determining_Step; Allegra; humblegunner
When was the last time we had snow? Let's see, it's 2004 now . . . I think it snowed when I was in high school, so between 1982 and 1986.

Bacon ain't kidding about the Christmas part. I have spent more than one Christmas laying out.
112 posted on 06/10/2004 1:42:16 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: Phantom Lord

ditto


113 posted on 06/10/2004 1:42:56 PM PDT by blackbag (trust no one)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
Having lived in WA since I was a kid, I've never filled out a state income tax. Kindda like to keep it that way. So, that leaves 6 states, WA, NV, TX, FL, TN & NH. I did see a couple of states with ~2% which I could live with if it was a solid red zone state.

In Alaska there is neither a state income tax or a state sales tax. In fact they pay you to live here. (Permanent Fund Dividend) But, after the first winter, they have to or everybody would just leave. We do have four seasons, winter is the predominate season, the others are known locally as June, July and August.

114 posted on 06/10/2004 1:44:09 PM PDT by thackney (life is fragile, handle with prayer)
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To: HairOfTheDog
BTW, I love Washington, and lest these people believe you that it is always 51, we have had several days over 80 and many many more over seventy this spring. It just isn't like that every day, day after day, without change. Perfect.

Ya, I like it too. And there are many aspects to the city which are great. The archetecture is great - you'll be hard pressed to find two identical houses in the same block. I like the access to high-tech.

Cons. Liberals. Traffic - liberals won't spend money on roads, just RTA, monorials (that never get built), bike lanes, gay baby harp seal lanes. Everything but a real honest to goodness ROAD. I don't like Jim McDermott, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell representing me in D.C.

115 posted on 06/10/2004 1:46:11 PM PDT by Rate_Determining_Step (US Military - Draining the Swamp of Terrorism since 2001!)
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To: ChuckHam
I agree with you about Houston. Talk about a sprawling nasty city. Worse drivers in the world and constant traffic. We won't even talk about the crime there. UGLY is definitely the word for Houston.

Traffic is getting better, as is crime, now that we have a mayor who's worth more than a bucket of warm snot.

And besides, I'm in Houston . . . that's gotta hotten it up some!
116 posted on 06/10/2004 1:47:55 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

So move out of the city! Jeepers. I can't stand Seattle. I never ever go there. I live 60 miles south and forever away.


117 posted on 06/10/2004 1:49:04 PM PDT by HairOfTheDog (farewell to a great president.)
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To: wizr
Am I wrong, but it would seem very weird to live among people that sent Algore to represent them in Washington.

After watching them vote, I think they just wanted to make sure he didn't live in Tennesse.

118 posted on 06/10/2004 1:49:24 PM PDT by thackney (life is fragile, handle with prayer)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

I relocated here to central Texas in Dec of 2002. I lived in the Puget Sound area the previous 5 years and in Portland for 20 years before that. Texas has been a really good move for my family and I. Great weather, friendly people, mostly conservatives. I would caution you about living too close to Austin as you will find that the "atmosphere" there is similar to Seattle or SF.


119 posted on 06/10/2004 1:50:05 PM PDT by showme_the_Glory (No more rhyming, and I mean it! ..Anybody got a peanut.....)
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To: bannie
Yep.

BTW, I love your tagline. I've been saying that for years. They are the MOST dangerous and powerful enemy we fight.

120 posted on 06/10/2004 1:51:15 PM PDT by Southflanknorthpawsis
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
Just to keep everybody participating, we are also considering FL. Panhandle or Augustine east.

Both those areas are nice. Spent a few days in Fort Walton Beach (mid-panhandle) back in March, it was awesome -- not very crowded, and great seafood.

121 posted on 06/10/2004 1:54:20 PM PDT by Sloth (We cannot defeat foreign enemies of the Constitution if we yield to the domestic ones.)
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To: jimt
You know you're approaching summer in Houston when you walk outside and instantly burst into a heavy sweat.

When we moved to Houston (1972) my husband had been down there many times on business and always spoke highly of it. We accepted the transfer from California without a second thought. Then, the company sent me down to look for a house. The plane was delayed and we arrived around midnight. Something was wrong with the jetway at Houston Intenational Airport (now George H. W. Bush airport) and we couldn't leave our plane directly into the airport. We sat parked on the tarmac for over an hour waiting while they fiddled with the controls. Finally they wheeled out portable stairs so we could get off the plane.

In the mean time they had turned off the engines so there was no AC on the plane. We were choking with heat by the time they finally let us out. I remember climbing down those stairs and feeling the humidity just hit me in the face as we crossed the tarmac to the cool sanctuary of the airport. It was about 1:30 AM and I remember it felt like I was walking into the basement laundry room of a hospital, it was so hot and sticky! Right then I thought, "Oh no, I've made a terrible mistake agreeing to this move!"

We were moving from a mild northern California climate but we finally got used to it. It took about a year before I dared to go outside in the daytime, except in my air conditioned car. I grew to love the Texas heat, however, and the Texas people. All my kids were educated in Texas. I've been gone from there 22 years, and I still miss it -- except for the AC bills and the traffic.

122 posted on 06/10/2004 1:57:45 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
If you don't like winter... NH only has 2 seasons, winter & construction.
123 posted on 06/10/2004 1:59:08 PM PDT by Conservative Infidel
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

BTW, consider Huntsville, Alabama. Nice geographically / weather-wise. Affluence & high IQs abound due to NASA and other aerospace industries. Not a BIG city, but has everything you need.

Another nice, conservative area is the northwestern corner of Arkansas. Fayetteville/Springdale/Rogers/Bentonville. Wal-mart & Tyson foods are both headquartered there, so there are several billionaires in the area. Super-nice geography - low rolling mountains, lakes, etc. I used to live there, and I wanna move back.


124 posted on 06/10/2004 1:59:39 PM PDT by Sloth (We cannot defeat foreign enemies of the Constitution if we yield to the domestic ones.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
No doubt about it, from May to October Houstonians retreat to the air conditioning. With the humidity, a marginal system will only get you down to about 85 running 24/7, so don't cheap out there.

The rest of the year, the weather is mostly wonderful, with relatively few cold days.

Houston is more conservative than Dallas, far more humid, has a slightly lower cost of living and slightly higher salaries. Houston is covered in corvettes, there seem to be relatively few in Dallas.

Houston politicians tend to be goofy, incompetent, and corrupt. Dallas politicians tend to be mean, nasty, incompetent, and corrupt race baiters.

125 posted on 06/10/2004 2:00:37 PM PDT by hopespringseternal (People should be banned for sophistry.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

The winter thing is a big negative. However, the big reason I will live nowhere else is NO income tax AND NO sales tax!


126 posted on 06/10/2004 2:01:32 PM PDT by Conservative Infidel
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

I live up on the Texas prairie about an hour south of the Red River. Rolling hills - horse country. Beautiful Spring weather (breezy, though) and the wildflowers are spectacular. We're an hour from downtown Dallas (great freeways) and no more than 30 minutes from great shopping (Plano, Frisco, Sherman) The summer temps are usually 10 degrees cooler than Dallas. You can see all the stars in the sky and the sunsets are a religious experience. Another beautiful place is Marble Falls in the hill country. Wood County in east Texas is also pretty if you like the woods and wildlife. Lots of fishing too. NO INCOME TAXES!!! Gasoline is usually cheaper than the rest of the country for some reason AND there is no better food than Texas food. We make some darn fine wine too. Come on down! There's lots of room. :>) Oh, by the way, there is a reason that my name is "Toomanygrasshoppers" *wink*


127 posted on 06/10/2004 2:01:44 PM PDT by toomanygrasshoppers ("Hold on to your hats.....it's going to be a bumpy night")
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To: Xenalyte; Rate_Determining_Step; Allegra; humblegunner
I think it snowed when I was in high school, so between 1982 and 1986.

Did it snow when we were in high school? I don't remember that. I remember it snowing a couple of years after high school though. I remember sliding and bouncing off one of those brick mailboxes in the 442.

128 posted on 06/10/2004 2:06:06 PM PDT by Bacon Man (Guns kill people like spoons made Rosie O'Donnell fat.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
IMHO
I'd take another look a your relo criteria.
State income tax is only one factor & can be outweighed by a high property tax (Texas), sales tax &/or outrageous home cost (both coasts)
My location criteria was: 1st weather, 2nd C.O.L.
Sounds like yours is: 1st big city life, 2nd C.O.L., 3rd weather.
Don't overlook Missouri

BTW, after a 10 year (worldwide) hunt, I settled on San Diego.

129 posted on 06/10/2004 2:07:17 PM PDT by AlBondigas
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To: PAR35
El Paso is nice - mountains, dry heat in the summer. It helps if you speak fluent Spanish. Don't be surprised if your car makes a one way trip to Mexico without you.

An interesting statistic, Seattle is vying to become the car-theft capital of the world. The chances of your car getting stolen here are greater here than in NYC, LA or El Paso.

130 posted on 06/10/2004 2:11:59 PM PDT by Rate_Determining_Step (US Military - Draining the Swamp of Terrorism since 2001!)
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To: Xenalyte
When was the last time we had snow?

You had appreciable snow the winter of 1982 -- shut down the city for at least a day. When you get snow, it's the worst kind -- slippery with the temp hovering around 32 -- dangerous. My college kids had to drive back to their schools in that dangerous snow -- Baylor, UT, Texas Tech. UT wasn't quite in session yet, so she stayed home an extra day. Baylor was already in Waco for Sorority Rush. Texas Tech insisted on getting on the road, much to my dismay. I persuaded Texas Tech to stop over at Baylor and stay with his sister for safety reasons. SOMEOME STOLE HIS ICE SCRAPER out of his unlocked car in that Baptist town while he spent the night! We are still laughing about it -- of all the things to steal! He was really POed But Lubbock gets snow almost every winter (thus the ice scraper which my husband had brought from a trip to Norway) and ice scrapers are virtually UNKNOWN in Waco -- certainly not sold at the 7-11! In the mean time, UT and I were home. Our schnauzer escaped the house, unbeknownst to us. My daughter was talking to her sorority sister who lived on the next street (on the other side of the golf course) and her friend said -- "You should see this dog out here playing in the snow on the golf course. He's wearing a little green sweater and he's throwing snow up in the air and trying to catch it just like a little person."

"Green sweater!" my daughter exclaimed, "That's Wolfie. He's not supposed to be out!"

Yeah, your last snow was in 1982. I remember it well!

131 posted on 06/10/2004 2:13:22 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: afraidfortherepublic; Bacon Man

1982 . . . late or early? Early, we were in eighth grade; late, freshman.


132 posted on 06/10/2004 2:15:21 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: afraidfortherepublic

Did y'all catch Wolfie?


133 posted on 06/10/2004 2:15:36 PM PDT by Xenalyte (It's not often you see Johnny Mathis in the wild.)
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To: Bacon Man

See #131 for a chronicle of the "great snow" in 1982 (Houston). I think it lasted a day, but it was memorable.


134 posted on 06/10/2004 2:19:16 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: afraidfortherepublic

“See #131 for a chronicle of the "great snow" in 1982 (Houston). I think it lasted a day, but it was memorable.”

I remember that day very well. I do not remember if it was a school day, but if it was school was cancelled. My friends and I were outside before 8 am having snowball fights. By 11 am the only snow that was not melted was on the cars or roofs. We collected some of the snow in bags and placed it in the freezer.


135 posted on 06/10/2004 2:23:26 PM PDT by Stat-boy
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To: afraidfortherepublic

Lubbock gets snow every winter?!@#?

Sure, maybe a sprinkle or two, and maybe some freezing rain in February, but nothing remotely like Seattle where he's from.

Basically, 2-3 times a year, 5-10 days total of the year there will be some snow/ice on the ground that quickly melts, usually by that afternoon.

Midland/Odessa is abot the same, probably a little warmer and more sheltered from the wind.


136 posted on 06/10/2004 2:23:47 PM PDT by MeanWestTexan
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To: sionnsar
We had three straight months of that right after I moved here in '83

That was my first full spring & summer in Washington. I remember when I moved to Wisconsin I was warned about the grey days we get here sometimes -- maybe a week. I replied, "How about 3 months with no sun?" remembering that spring of '83.

We've been enduring about 3 weeks of mostly rain right now, and I'm thoroughly sick of it. That, high property taxes, high sales taxes, and high income taxes make Wisconsin particularly unattractive, IMO.

137 posted on 06/10/2004 2:23:52 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: MeanWestTexan
Seattle seldom gets snow, and when it does it melts within a day, or two. The only thing I meant about Lubbock and their occasional snow is that they DO get snow which is why my son had an ice scraper in his car (on the dash board, no less, in an unlocked car) which was tempting enough to make some poor Baptist kid in Waco steal it. 'Cause people in Waco don't own ice scrapers! And they needed one for their big snow in 1982!

The main problem in Lubbock that my son encountered was icy roads. He was on the track team and coach used to "pace" them in a jeep and make the distance guys run fartliks (sp?) on an icy hill. That just about did him in. He pulled a muscle and eventually quit the team.

138 posted on 06/10/2004 2:29:17 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: hopespringseternal
It sounds like a competent car gets you whatever you need in TX. So, we don't have to live in the city. With the changing urban areas you oftentimes don't need to live in the city. 1/2 the people have a nice time of it all and don't step foot in Seattle, but live close enough so that if there's something arcane they need, they can get it without any problem.

There's a lot of great information here. I'll have to go over it carefully and keep it coming. If there's a great place for a FReeper family that hasn't been mentioned yet, type away!

139 posted on 06/10/2004 2:31:56 PM PDT by Rate_Determining_Step (US Military - Draining the Swamp of Terrorism since 2001!)
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To: thackney
Welcome to HELL!!!

That about sums it up. LOL!

140 posted on 06/10/2004 2:33:24 PM PDT by giotto
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

I believe it was Gen. William T. Sherman who, while stationed at Fort Clark in Brackettville Texas, said: "If I owned hell and Texas I'd rent out Texas and live in hell." He certainly thought it was too hot in Texas. Having quoted that I will say that I was born in West Texas and think it is a great place, however I've lived most of my life in Oklahoma and love it too.


141 posted on 06/10/2004 2:34:28 PM PDT by pepperdog (God Bless and Protect our Troops)
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To: Stat-boy
I do not remember if it was a school day

I remember it was a work day because I remember begging my husband to come home early. The freeways were a mess. It probably wasn't a school day (unless school was cancelled) because my youngest son would have been driving to Strake Jesuit College Prep, and I would have been frantic with worry. It was right at the end of Christmas vacation, on a Monday, or Tuesday. I know that I did not leave the house.

I remember that it cleared for a little while around noon (when the dog escaped) and then it started snowing again for the afternoon rush. The bridges all iced over, which is what made it so treacherous. The following day was fine.

142 posted on 06/10/2004 2:35:06 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

Georgia. Accept no substitute.


143 posted on 06/10/2004 2:35:47 PM PDT by spodefly (This post meets the minimum daily requirements for cynicism and irony.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
I've done research on this subject when I considered living in America...among ideas I had were Charleston, South Carolina. Yes it's warm, but at least the sea breezes are present. If you work in information technology, North Carolina, the Raleigh-Durham area, is a realistic prospect.

I speak from a particular bias, however. I have difficulty resisting a southern lady saying "Swaaytie". ;)

Regards, Ivan

144 posted on 06/10/2004 2:36:19 PM PDT by MadIvan (Ronald Reagan - proof positive that one man can indeed change the world.)
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To: pepperdog

The soldiers in WWII who trained in Texas used to say that it was the only place where you could march in mud and have sand blow in your face!


145 posted on 06/10/2004 2:36:24 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: Xenalyte

Wolfie (a Schnauzer) used to escape periodically. He was sneaky and could slip out easily if you weren't paying attention when you answered the door. Impossible to catch, but he'd always wind up at home after he'd had his fill of running and had led you on a merry chase. The main thing that we were worried about was that he'd get hit by a car or golf cart, or get caught by the dog catcher. My daughter got him in, and he moved with us to Washington State where he rests in peace, having lived out his days.


146 posted on 06/10/2004 2:42:01 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: Xenalyte

Early 1982 -- January. You may have gotten another snow in late 1982 or early 1983, but I moved to Washington State in July 1982, so I wouldn't remember.


147 posted on 06/10/2004 2:44:09 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Re-elect Dubya)
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To: thackney

Moved to Dallas did ya?


148 posted on 06/10/2004 2:44:56 PM PDT by Ditter
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To: Rate_Determining_Step
Pictures of Charleston, South Carolina...

Regards, Ivan

149 posted on 06/10/2004 2:47:08 PM PDT by MadIvan (Ronald Reagan - proof positive that one man can indeed change the world.)
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To: Rate_Determining_Step

bump for later


150 posted on 06/10/2004 2:53:17 PM PDT by girlscout
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