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[at-l] so...let me ask you this...
- Subject: [at-l] so...let me ask you this...
- From: rcli4 at comcast.net (email@example.com)
- Date: Mon Apr 4 16:38:00 2005
How about "Mavis"
If this dosen't make any sense to you, ask Felix. He will explain it to you.
> Um. Maybe someone else should try their hand at this. Does anything
> besides "double-helix" rhyme with Felix?
> From shane at theplacewithnoname.com Mon Apr 4 16:50:22 2005
From: shane at theplacewithnoname.com (Shane Steinkamp)
Date: Mon Apr 4 18:09:49 2005
Subject: [at-l] so...let me ask you this...
> ...say you're riding your bike someplace..."You're riding your bike
> someplace." Okay, now what if you are riding your bike and there is a
> major river you need to cross and the only bridge around...for a long,
> long way...is on an interstate? How is a bike rider to cross a river in
> such a case? For instance...if you are inVicksburg, MS and want to cross
> the Mississisiiisiisppi into Loseyanna, what would you do??
1. Cross on a train trestle.
2. Call a cab.
3. Ask a policeman.
4. Take the ferry. (I don't think there is one anymore, though...)
5. Cross at old US Hwy 80.