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re: Nashville visit - PJinAtl
It is a great town. Not sure you could spend a whole week just there, but you could stay there and still do two or three little side excursions. Last time we were there (March 2015) we stayed at the Hampton Inn at Korean Veterans Blvd and 4th Avenue South. We were a block, maybe two blocks off Br...
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Best/safest place to stay in Mobile aea for one night? - PJinAtl
We are going with my MIL to her high school reunion in Houston next weekend. Plan is to leave Atlanta around 2 PM Thursday and hopefully make it as far as Mobile before stopping for the night. It has been a while since I had to find lodging in Mobile. What is the best area to get a hotel (safe, a...
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re: DC for the 4th - PJinAtl
Get there super early and go to the capitol west lawn. National Symphony does an annual concert there that ends as the fireworks start....
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re: Washington DC and Asheville Trip in October - PJinAtl
Have you ever been to DC before? If not, do the major monuments (Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, FDR, WW2, Korea and Vietnam). Do a Capitol tour (not sure how difficult it is to get WH tour slots these days). I personally could spend several days inside the Smithsonian buildings and really want t...
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re: What is one of the oddest things you own? - PJinAtl
I have a bunch of odd things. An 1864 Confederate $5 bill Pieces of the Berlin Wall Ash from Mt. St. Helens Either WW2 or Korean War era USMC bolo knife WW2 or Korean War era Japanese rifle with bayonette...
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re: How does MS, GA, TN & FLA have a lottery and Alabama doesn't? - PJinAtl
I honestly think Alabama's religious views are keeping the lottery from being established there. I remember when I was at Auburn that the topic came up and was put on a November ballot. Preachers from all across the state were urging their congregations to vote against it because gambling is a sin/v...
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re: Must Sees and Things to Do in Downtown Chicago - PJinAtl
They also (or at least when we were there in 2005) have free tourist trolleys/buses that run on several different loops. You can get around most anywhere in the touristy area by using those. Somewhat like the DC metro, each loop went to a different area, but intersected with other loops at certain s...
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re: Congrats Lady Tigers! Simple question - coaching baseball vs. softball - PJinAtl
[quote]less margin for error on defense, especially on the infield. Shortstop bobbles a ball in softball, runner beats the throw. In baseball, there seems to be more time to recover. Also-these 'slappers'...you don't see near as many infield hits in baseball[/quote]Exactly, and the field dimensions ...
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re: Gus gets extension to 2020 - PJinAtl
[quote] I agree with saying it might hurt us later in the recruiting process which is why I'd agree to an extension after the season if I still wanted Gus around but doing it now doesn't make much sense. [/quote]The problem with waiting is that if you are recruiting a kid who will sign in Feb 2017...
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re: 30 Year Anniversary of Space Camp - PJinAtl
Loved it when it came out for two reasons. One, I was a huge space/astronomy nerd and two I had a yuge crush on Lea Thompson. One of the strangest things to me was Larry B. Scott playing someone other than Lamar from Revenge of the Nerds....
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re: Must Sees and Things to Do in Downtown Chicago - PJinAtl
[quote]Only problem here is that they charge out the arse for drinks because they know idiots like me will go there and pay it to check out the view[/quote]True. But you can still go to 360 Chicago on the 94th. I think it costs $20 to go there, but we did a CityPass and got the Hancock and Willis tow...
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re: Must Sees and Things to Do in Downtown Chicago - PJinAtl
Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium are both top notch. Top of the John Hancock building has a great view, and may actually be a better view that from the Willis Tower. Buckingham Fountain is fun to watch. Not sure if it is still there, but there was a Tiffany Glass museum out on Navy Pier. ...
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re: How many miles do you put on your vehicle per year? - PJinAtl
Bought my car brand new in March 2011, it had 77 miles on it (brought in from another dealer in a trade). As of now I have just over 69k. Would have a ton more but I telecommute a good bit now....
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re: Monty Python and the Holy Grail - opening credits subtitles - PJinAtl
So now I'm curious, of everyone with this as the notification sound, how many work in IT? I'm a web developer. Jumping said he was talking to an IT guy and heard it on the guy's phone. I wonder if there is a correlation....
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re: Donald Trump Called Mexicans Rapists - PJinAtl
Either assumption is ok, I'm just saying I think it is a bigger leap to reach one assumed conclusion than the other. Let's take a look at the preceding sentences. As soon as you reach the bolded word people, the pronoun "they" changes from referring to Mexico to the people Mexico is sending. A...
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re: Donald Trump Called Mexicans Rapists - PJinAtl
I don't think you can make that assumption, and I think it is a huge leap to do so. Everything else in that quote seems to be using "they're," so why would that one piece change? It wouldn't make sense to say "Their bringing drugs, their bringing crime..." Mexico may be "sending" people who bring...
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re: Monty Python and the Holy Grail - opening credits subtitles - PJinAtl
I think I was 9 or 10 when I first saw it. Spent the night at a friend's for his birthday and we watched it. I loved the Witch, Black Knight and the Knights who say "Ni" scenes. At that age the scene with Dennis and certain parts of Castle Anthrax went over my head....
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re: St.Louis rec's - PJinAtl
I will also recommend the Cathedral Basilica, very beautiful. We spent Fathers Day weekend 2005 in St. Louis and had a blast. We hit all of the major touristy things Budweiser tour, Arch, etc. Also did Cathedral Basilica and the Botanical Garden - even in June it had a lot of nice things blooming...
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re: Monty Python and the Holy Grail - opening credits subtitles - PJinAtl
[quote]How can I get that? [/quote]I think I just googled Monty Python Message For You Sir and downloaded the .wav or .mp3 to my phone and set it up that way....
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re: Monty Python and the Holy Grail - opening credits subtitles - PJinAtl
[quote]In the frozen land of Nador, they were forced to eat Robin’s minstrels...And there was much rejoicing...[/quote] I think the King of Swamp Castle has some of the best lines... [quote]Don't like her? What's wrong with her? She's beautiful, she's rich, she's got huge... tracts of land.[/q...
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