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Ace of Swords wrote:
Has anyone ever made a C&C list by state/area?
ChaosImp wrote:
Slough Berkshire, UK
LordSeurek wrote:
Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Sir Ironside wrote:
Ontario, Canada.

And let that be a lesson to ya that the world consists of more than the U.S.A.
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State means country.

So i am technicaly correct, the best kind of correct!

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Dudley, The Black Country, UK.
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Sundog wrote:
Dudley, The Black Country, UK.



Hey, I went to the Dudley Polytechnic, for a semester way back in the '80s! Fantastic castle you've got there! And the Crooked House pub is a hoot!

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Rigon wrote:
2 hours north of Pittsburgh, 2 hours east of cleveland and 2 hours south of Buffalo.

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I remember Conneaut Lake Park.
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Omote wrote:
Cleveland Ohio here.

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We've tried to give him away, but no one will have him. He's the reason our sports teams are cursed.
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dachda wrote:
Hey, I went to the Dudley Polytechnic, for a semester way back in the '80s! Fantastic castle you've got there! And the Crooked House pub is a hoot!

Nearly bost me ankle in that castle last year.
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Arazmus wrote:
We've tried to give him away, but no one will have him. He's the reason our sports teams are cursed.

Son of a! Look inward and know thy truth. Woo Sah.

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Arazmus wrote:
I remember Conneaut Lake Park.

The old girl will be opening for the summer in a couple of weeks.

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Winter Haven, FL (almost half way between Tampa and Orlando).
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Western Maryland.
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jaybird216 wrote:
I temporarily live in America's unwashed nethers, San Antonio, TX. I spent the previous 20 years in Milwaukee, though, so Sir Osis is a FIB to me, too So is Rhu.

Wait . . what?

Hmm, dude you've been away in cowshit land for awhile . . methinks you wouldn't be able to smell a good cheese curd these days.

So, your cheesehead of rightousness was long gone and you must work your way back to the excellence of pan fried Walleye, string cheese, snowmobiling and Linnie's.

My grandpappy was born in Iron River and my Nowwegian great granmaw was born in Stanley . . so I can claim cheesewiz rights, doncha know.

My FIB rep though has been verified . . . I haul all my trash for the year to bring up to WI to dump all over. I try to urinate everywhere I can outside and I fish out all the lakes! (Actually, no I don't. Acid rain!! ]

Uhh, what was the question/topic??

Oh yeah, New Glarus Beer.
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Rhuvein wrote:
Wait . . what?

Hmm, dude you've been away in cowshit land for awhile . . methinks you wouldn't be able to smell a good cheese curd these days.

So, your cheesehead of rightousness was long gone and you must work your way back to the excellence of pan fried Walleye, string cheese, snowmobiling and Linnie's.

My grandpappy was born in Iron River and my Nowwegian great granmaw was born in Stanley . . so I can claim cheesewiz rights, doncha know.

My FIB rep though has been verified . . . I haul all my trash for the year to bring up to WI to dump all over. I try to urinate everywhere I can outside and I fish out all the lakes! (Actually, no I don't. Acid rain!! ]

Uhh, what was the question/topic??

Oh yeah, New Glarus Beer.

You mentioned nothing about driving 90 in a 55, Rhu!
I'd take FIB drivers over Texans any day of the week. And, Dangit, you're just too cuddly!
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jaybird216 wrote:
I spent the previous 20 years in Milwaukee, though, so Sir Osis is a FIB to me, too So is Rhu.

How much of a FIB am I? I wore my Walter Payton jersey to GaryCon this year. When the girl working the refreshments table asked me what I was doing wearing that one, I told her because my Favre/Vi-queens jersey was dirty. That's right. Sir Osis the FIB. And don't forget it.
Seriously...I love going behind the Cheddar Curtain. I'll spend my tainted FIB money there anytime.

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Orlando, FL
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Near Baltimore, MD myself.
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In about a week, Toronto.
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Sir Osis of Liver wrote:
I wore my Walter Payton jersey to GaryCon this year.
I'm sure Gary gave that one a big thumbs up!
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Oh, since I did not say so before: I'm near Buffalo some times, and not at others.
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Sir Ironside wrote:
And let that be a lesson to ya that the world consists of more than the U.S.A.

Here here!
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Pretty sure that quoted list is a group of states and or areas...

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jaybird216 wrote:
I'm sure Gary gave that one a big thumbs up!

I didn't even realize until I got there that he was a Bears fan. Yeah, I hope he would've been pleased. It would've been fun to drink to Sweetness with him.

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The frozen wastes of Northern Ontario Canada.

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Sir Osis of Liver wrote:
I didn't even realize until I got there that he was a Bears fan. Yeah, I hope he would've been pleased. It would've been fun to drink to Sweetness with him.

Indeed. Gary was a FIB and a big Bears/Cubs/Sox fan. We had many discussions about Chicago before he passed. Lots of FIBs have been going to LG for years . . starting with the Wrigleys and other rich families from the old era.

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Rhuvein wrote:
Indeed. Gary was a FIB and a big Bears/Cubs/Sox fan. We had many discussions about Chicago before he passed. Lots of FIBs have been going to LG for years . . starting with the Wrigleys and other rich families from the old era.

He'd be pleased about the Hawks, I'm sure.

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Central New Jersey here...seems like South & Midwest might be overrepresented?

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LordSeurek wrote:
Here here!

Really??!! I never knew that! Huh, go figure...

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Rhuvein wrote:
Indeed. Gary was a FIB and a big Bears/Cubs/Sox fan. We had many discussions about Chicago before he passed. Lots of FIBs have been going to LG for years . . starting with the Wrigleys and other rich families from the old era.

We had many a playful bantering about da Bears and da Packerz around the gaming table on Thursday nights! It was good laughs, heh!!
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I'm in downtown Toronto

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Christina Stiles wrote:
Are you going to ConCarolinas?

Christina,

Sorry for the delay. I spent Sunday in the car, and the past 2 days in mind-numbing assessment seminars.

the answer is no, I won't be at Concarolinas. I've never been a Con guy. Sorta interested, but usually too busy. Plus, I'm content with my gaming at the moment. Gotta big night this thurs as the PCs try to escape from the Pod Caverns of the Sinister Shroom .... then I'm going to try to get them into my home brew megadungeon (which they've cleverly/perversely been avoiding).

I take it you're going? Enjoy ....

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