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Conrad Poohs
2007-08-01, 04:34 AM
City: Perth
State: Western Australia
Country: I think you can work it out.

Firstly, nice to see another Aussie here...though unfortunately you're on the other side of the island. Secondly, nice name. I have built up a reputation among my gaming friends for creating bad pun names. The first was a D&D Noeholls, a bard. Next I made a druid named Siph L. Uss (subtle, no? :smallamused: ). Later, LAN gaming on Rise of Nations, I called myself Mutheranpah (based on the great Atthualpah [or however you spell it]). Though my favourite name in that game was when in a game created by my more competant friend, Geoff, I classily called myself "Geoff's a ****", for which he booted me from the game...repeatedly.

Serpentine
2007-08-01, 06:35 AM
Very nice fellow Armidillian. Your first ever derail. Now go read the comic :smalltongue:

Draken
2007-08-01, 01:48 PM
Manaus, Amazonas, Brasil (or Brazil, never found out why they changed the "s" for a "z" in english...)

Tarnag40k
2007-08-01, 06:30 PM
Goffstown, NH yup, I also know where Jacklu, the glyphstone, Aribin, and Twizted lie, but I can't say..

horseboy
2007-08-02, 04:43 PM
Frapper put me at Ellington, MO. Yeah, technically that is the closest place with a name, but it's still 20 miles off. That'll work for now.

bugsysservant
2007-08-02, 07:03 PM
*Sniff* Am I the only one from poor little Vermont? Sigh, Well, still living happily here.

Conrad Poohs
2007-08-03, 12:37 AM
Very nice fellow Armidillian. Your first ever derail. Now go read the comic :smalltongue:

Keep your pants on! ...Or whatever suits you :smallamused: .

Mongo 900 B.C
2007-08-03, 09:29 AM
Usa TX Near houston


ps. awsome avatars

rollfrenzy
2007-08-03, 02:22 PM
Add Me to Ohio. Dayton to be specific. And even if they won't admit it, Ceridan and Alor are both from Dayton, Oh USA, too.

DamionIgnis
2007-08-03, 08:36 PM
*Glances over at 'Location' under avatar* Yep, that's about right. You can file me under the 'Austin, Texas' section. It is close enough.

Unlike Jensik I will not sell out my hometown to consider myself an Austenite (even though I am an Austenite). Mark me down as Lago Vista, TX.

Sure I spend 8 months out of the year in San Antonio for college, but even as far as my university is concerned my residence is in Lago Vista.



PS: feel free to list me under Austin. I don't actually care...

Magioth
2007-08-03, 10:29 PM
Magioth and Yeril are the from England- cambrigeshire

FoE
2007-08-03, 10:41 PM
I work in a town called Westlock, which is north of the city of Edmonton, in the province of Alberta, in the country of Canada.

Je suis Canadian!

RAGE KING!
2007-08-05, 03:40 PM
not sure whether i already posted this and was ignored, but im in calgary.

Dragonrider
2007-08-05, 05:44 PM
Well, I wasn't gonna do this, but my state is sadly under represented on here.

So I'm from Oregon, USA. However I'm really a traitor Oregonian because I consider myself "from" Washington. We're close enough to the border and far enough from any major Oregonian city that when we go anywhere or do anything, it's usually in Washington. I was born in Olympia, anyway.

Yeril
2007-08-05, 06:14 PM
Yeril and Magioth down for Cambridgeshire*

United kingdom, England, Cambridgeshire

Death, your friend the Reaper
2007-08-05, 06:41 PM
Je suis Canadian!

You're not fooling anyone, you have a French accent!

Zaragon
2007-08-05, 07:05 PM
*Sniff* Am I the only one from poor little Vermont? Sigh, Well, still living happily here.

From my one visit to VT, that doesn't surprise me. I believe it's the least populous state in the US. I wouldn't be surprised if that's because they still had snow on the ground in April! :smalltongue:

I'm joking, btw. It may be a small state but it's very pretty to drive around. Just too cold for this southerner... :smallredface:


...in the country of Canada.

Waaaaaait a minute. I thought they were the 51st state??? :smallamused:

Cryopyre
2007-08-05, 09:20 PM
Vail, Arizona. United States

Castaras
2007-08-06, 05:48 AM
Magioth and Yeril are the from England- cambrigeshire

Ooo, more Cambridgeshire folk? Yay! :smallbiggrin:

banjo1985
2007-08-06, 05:51 AM
Birmingham, UK for me...hurray for Blighty! Put's me in a perfect position for the meet-up...

Exachix
2007-08-06, 06:26 AM
And I Live In Cheshire At the moment. UK. Great. I'm the only Chesirian. (what? That's not a word)

Failing that I'm in a high Geostationary orbit above +45° 0' 0.00", -24° 0' 0.00" (Long and Lat co-ords).

Vonriel
2007-08-06, 09:57 AM
Heh, the Cheshire Fox..

Magioth
2007-08-06, 09:59 AM
Ooo, more Cambridgeshire folk? Yay! :smallbiggrin:

YAY :)

go team cambrigeshire

CurlyKitGirl
2007-08-06, 10:22 AM
aaw, there aren't many people down in Cornwall, or the Westcountry for that matter. I feel moderately alone.:smallfrown:

Crystall_Myr
2007-08-07, 01:43 AM
Juneau, Alaska, USA, known for being the capital of AK, pretty mountains, an awesome mini-ski resort, and lots of rain.

Gaelbert
2007-08-07, 01:56 AM
Lodi, California. Its a couple hours east of the Bay Area.

Vampire包子
2007-08-07, 11:18 AM
青岛。在山东省,中华人民共和国。

Qingdao, China. Just an American student, though, but I'll probably be spending more time here than anywhere else, soo......

StickMan
2007-08-07, 11:26 AM
I'm living in Gahanna, Ohio. Thats the Columbus are to all you non buckeyes.

FireSpark
2007-08-08, 02:44 PM
Yay, I updated again. Added people, made some corrections, that sort of thing.

Also, I was curious and did some counting. Of the fifty states in the good ol' U.S. of A., we currently have 34 being represented. Not half bad really. And better than I had expected to be honest.

And since I currently had nothing better to do, I made a list of all the states that are the 16 states not yet on the front list. So get crackin' people. Sound off! Where are you AT?!?

Alabama, Connecticut, Delware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming

KoboldMight
2007-08-10, 01:31 PM
Yo guys Budapest, Hungary. im am moving to the pennsylvania in a few weeks however.

DamionIgnis
2007-08-11, 01:19 AM
Alabama, Connecticut, Delware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming

That's okay though. The people from those states suck. Of course, I'm from Texas, so people from anywhere other than Texas suck. No offense. Company policy...

Everything's bigger in Texas. Especially our heads.

Fleeing Coward
2007-08-11, 06:39 AM
Sydney, Australia. Don't think I'll be moving anywhere else anytime soon.

Zar Peter
2007-08-11, 07:07 AM
Country: Austria

City: Vienna

I'm da Rogue!
2007-08-11, 12:02 PM
It's really nice to see someone has mentioned Greece and Athens in the Playground! (although now we're all in that file you keep secretly in that spooky little room in which u can only enter by that secret door (DC 25) behind the dirty closet. Thanx for keeping a record of us, I'm proud :smallbiggrin:

squidthingy
2007-08-13, 11:48 AM
Everything's bigger in Texas.

I never really got that saying

oh and I'm from jordan, MN

Vodun
2007-08-13, 05:32 PM
I'm in Olney, or Rockville, I'm still confused as to which, down in Maryland.

Arameus
2007-08-13, 06:59 PM
My location tag says Paducah, KY, but I have since moved about twenty miles away to tiny Calvert City, KY up near the lake. For all practical purposes it's still Paducah, though, as that is where I work and it's the only 'big' town in this part of the state.

Vargtass
2007-08-14, 08:49 AM
Wassenaar, Zuid-Holland, the Netherlands

YPU
2007-08-14, 08:55 AM
As for me: the Netherlands
district: noord Brabant (not on the list yet)
town: Schijndel,

I also note that the Netherlands are pretty big in the playground, tough there aren’t that many people coming to the Dutch meeting.

Serpentine
2007-08-14, 08:59 AM
Everything's bigger in Texas. Especially our heads.
Oh yeah? Do you have a marino with a lookout in its head? A house-sized pineapple? A golf-ball big enough to be used in Indiana Jones? A prawn with a restraunt? Huh? HUH?!
Everything's bigger indeed. *scoff*

FireSpark
2007-08-14, 12:52 PM
I never really got that saying


It's a Texas thing.

Though the whole bit about it being better in a Dodge? That I can't confirm or deny. Though research is ongoing.:smalltongue:

Thanatos 51-50
2007-08-30, 05:23 AM
Japan - Honshu - Yokosuka

Evil_Pacifist
2007-08-30, 07:01 AM
Massachusets. I do no wish to disclose my city at this time.

Serpentine
2007-08-30, 07:10 AM
Wow. Is it really that bad? :smalltongue:

Evil_Pacifist
2007-08-30, 07:13 AM
No, I'm just scared of stalkers.

wadledo
2007-08-30, 07:15 AM
Hey I'm from massachusetts to.

< is anyone here from cape cod to?
of course with the number of people living here It kind of tells you exactly where I am (except in the summer :smallfrown: ).

Lucky
2007-08-30, 07:21 AM
No, I'm just scared of stalkers.Who would want to stalk you?

Er... I mean to say that chainsaw scares them off... Of course... Not that you aren't an inter... I'll stop there actually.

Evil_Pacifist
2007-08-30, 07:40 AM
Who would want to stalk you?

Spuddly. Invisible text. Hurrah.

Thanatos 51-50
2007-08-30, 07:42 AM
I used to live in massachusets. Then I turned 18 and left.

Lucky
2007-08-30, 07:52 AM
Spuddly. Invisible text. Hurrah.Ah. I see. .

Maerdred
2007-08-30, 08:23 AM
I am in Nashua, New Hampshire. Well, not currently. Currently I am in Hudson, New Hampshire, but that's not where I am "from," so I decided not to use it. It's just where I work. Since they're right next to each other, I figure Nashua works just as well as anything.

GimliFett
2007-08-30, 10:45 AM
Funny thing, like FireSpark, the OP, I'm in Plano, Texas. I list Dallas since most folks have no clue about Plano. Neato! :smallbiggrin:

Aeyamar
2007-08-30, 11:17 AM
I'm currnently living here:

Bradley Beach, Monmouth County, NJ, USA.... Earth, Orion Spiral Arm, Milky Way Galaxy, Local Group, Virgo Supercluster, The Universe

Glaivemaster
2007-08-30, 11:49 AM
I don't think I've posted yet - York, North Yorkshire, England etc. etc. blah blah blah

And apparently there's someone from Scarborough here as well. Poor guy

Lingerance
2007-08-30, 12:13 PM
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada (North of Edmonton)

Volug
2007-08-30, 05:53 PM
i'm from Fakeburg....

okay im from Utah, but im not going any farther then that.

......yes i know what your thinking, i have 1 mom.......

FireSpark
2007-08-30, 06:34 PM
Yay! Updated-ness is achieved.

Evil_Pacifist
2007-08-30, 08:19 PM
Uh, I live in Massachusetts, not Michigan...

FireSpark
2007-08-30, 09:04 PM
Uh, I live in Massachusetts, not Michigan...

Son of a .... :smallannoyed:


See kids. THis is why you should practice patience, and take your time to do it right the first time. :smallcool:

Draken
2007-08-30, 09:19 PM
Err... Why you placed MrEdwardNigma in Brazil (Amazonas) [Manaus] it should be me...

androgial
2007-08-30, 09:25 PM
eh why not

i was born in springfield oregon and have lived in ehem: sandiego ca, norfolk va, virginia beach va, washington dc, jacksonville fl, newport ri, thurston or (considered part of springfield), tracy ca, and am now residing in camp hill pa.


in case you dont understand its a military family and we had to pick up and move every 3-5 years. im now settling myself in pennsylvania though.

FireSpark
2007-08-30, 09:42 PM
Err... Why you placed MrEdwardNigma in Brazil (Amazonas) [Manaus] it should be me...

Oh, fer cryin' out loud!:smallfurious:

Okay. If I'm making mistakes at the rate I am, then this forum is going to officially need a "Go to where I F**KED UP!" button. :smallannoyed: Seriously.

DraPrime
2007-08-30, 09:47 PM
I'm from Lexington, Massachusetts. Yes, the Lexington. Not the one from Kentucky, I'm talking about the Lexington where the first battle in the war for independence started.

hyperfreak497
2007-08-30, 11:39 PM
Well I'm from Littleton, Massachusetts. Yes, the Littleton, not the one in Colarado where the Columbine shooting happened (or at least that's what comes up whenever I google Littleton without the state). No, I'm talking about the real frickin' deal here. Littleton, Massachusetts. Where...um...well nothing significant has happened here.

Sue me.

EDIT: Columbine actually happened in an unincorporated portion of some county, which Littleton is also in. That's why it always pops up on Google.

Serpentine
2007-08-30, 11:53 PM
Oh, fer cryin' out loud!:smallfurious:

Okay. If I'm making mistakes at the rate I am, then this forum is going to officially need a "Go to where I F**KED UP!" button. :smallannoyed: Seriously.
You've got the Armidilians right ^_^
Hmm, we seem to be acquiring quite a few east-coasters... Maybe an Australia in the Playground meet-up could be in the works...

RTGoodman
2007-08-30, 11:53 PM
I'm from Thomasville, NC, otherwise known as the Furniture Manufacturing Capital of the World. Well, it was until the furniture industry decided to relocate all but one or so factories to nations with looser labor laws and lower required wages...

Anyway, I'm also in Greenville, NC, at college, so it's up to you where you want to put me for the purposes of the list.

EDIT: I just noticed that there's someone here from Wendell, NC. That's like, maybe 45 minutes from Greenville. Small world, eh?

heretic
2007-08-31, 12:52 AM
Sign me up for Washington State.

And I think I know where Logic is posted...

Morty
2007-08-31, 04:55 AM
Oh, for cryin' out loud! Only two Playgrounders from eastern Europe? Come on, I know there are more of us!

Surfer99
2007-08-31, 05:06 AM
Scotland - United Kingdom - Europe

Maps provided for the geographically challenged. (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=scotland&ie=UTF8&ll=53.644638,0.703125&spn=25.520721,64.775391&z=4&iwloc=addr&om=1)

Always fun here but im originally from Denmark - Vejle area

another map for the geographically challenged (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=vejle+denmark&ie=UTF8&ll=55.724017,9.645996&spn=1.506592,4.048462&z=8&iwloc=addr&om=1)

(Thats about where Lego is from, just left of Vejle is Billund where Lego was invented! wee)

starwoof
2007-08-31, 06:28 AM
Put me in under Olympia, Washington, USA. Just like my location line says. :smallbiggrin:


EDIT: I find it strange but not at all surprising that not a single playgrounder lives in idaho.:smallwink:

Ashtar
2007-08-31, 06:43 AM
This is great, I can announce today that I am having a swiss in the playground meet up, go someplace, have a drink and celebrate that all the swiss made it to the meeting! Yayyy... or not.

SMEE
2007-08-31, 07:19 AM
I'm currently living in Curitiba, Brazil.
And so does my little brother. :smallsmile:

Harold
2007-08-31, 11:46 AM
I am living in the smallest province in Canada P.E.I. (prince edward island)

@V: sorry i didn't put where im from on pei (north milton)

FireSpark
2007-08-31, 01:03 PM
clackity*clak*clak*clicker*
DING!


Updates done. :smallsmile:

DraPrime
2007-08-31, 01:06 PM
Oh, for cryin' out loud! Only two Playgrounders from eastern Europe? Come on, I know there are more of us!

Yeah, but the post mainly on the PbP forums for some reason.

Lucky
2007-08-31, 01:07 PM
I am living in the smallest province in Canada P.E.I. (prince edward island)
Watch your step, you might miss the island. :smalltongue:

Hannes
2007-08-31, 04:53 PM
I live in EASTERN EUROPE =O It's not as eff-ed up as you might think! Because I live in the high and mighty (so called faschist in the eyes of the Russian government) country of Estonia.

Altharis
2007-09-02, 10:19 AM
I hail from the misty isle of....Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Yes, I am an aussie, No, I do not have a kangaroo. Yes, the weather down here is hot, No, I will not say "Crikey" on command.

Cheers,
Altharis

EmeraldRose
2007-09-02, 10:20 AM
I hail from the misty isle of....Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Yes, I am an aussie, No, I do not have a kangaroo. Yes, the weather down here is hot, No, I will not say "Crikey" on command.

Cheers,
Altharis

Please say "crikey"? Just once? :smallamused: :smalltongue:

Altharis
2007-09-02, 10:29 AM
...NEVAH!.....fine, "Crikey!"...happy now?

EmeraldRose
2007-09-02, 10:36 AM
YAY! Thanks Altharis :smallbiggrin:

Seffbasilisk
2007-09-02, 11:03 AM
Noo Yawk, USA 's my residence. Nyack to be specific.

Haruki-kun
2007-09-02, 05:06 PM
Well, as long as the thread's here......

I'm from the state of Tamaulipas, in Mexico.

Korias
2007-09-02, 07:57 PM
Annapolis Maryland. Remember: If you can visit the Renaissance Festival, come by and do so! I work there, and it'd be cool to see Zeb or somebody find me at the store! I work at the Fruit and Ice cream booth. If you do come by, ask for "Adam" or look for the Purple Hatted Kid up front. Purple floppy hat, Purple vest. I did see somebody wear an OOTS Shirt one day, and that made me smile.

Serpentine
2007-09-02, 10:56 PM
I hail from the misty isle of....Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Yes, I am an aussie, No, I do not have a kangaroo. Yes, the weather down here is hot, No, I will not say "Crikey" on command.

Cheers,
Altharis
You know, twelve of us managed to get through without having to deal with any of that. You just had to bring it up, didn't you? :smallannoyed:

Dispozition
2007-09-02, 10:57 PM
I hail from the misty isle of....Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Yes, I am an aussie, No, I do not have a kangaroo. Yes, the weather down here is hot, No, I will not say "Crikey" on command.

Cheers,
Altharis

Melbourne! ZOMG!!! Me too!!! Well, not right now...I'm in America right now, but I normally live in Melbourne...Must meet up sometime!

Dumbledore lives
2007-09-02, 11:03 PM
Well right now I'm in New Zealand, Hamilton to be exact, about right in the middle of the north island.

Da Beast
2007-09-03, 12:58 AM
St Anthony, Minnesota represent! Anyone? No? Damn.

Rum's Gone
2007-09-03, 02:04 AM
I'm from Malaysia. Malacca to be exact.
Sniff. I suddenly feel so lonely.:smallfrown:
*That obnoxious lonely song starts playing in the background*

FireSpark
2007-09-07, 12:34 PM
Whoa. Looks like there's been some activity on this here board. Actually got pushed onto page 2. But now I've updated, we be back on top.


(For a few seconds at least.:smallamused: )

SMEE
2007-09-07, 12:46 PM
Yay!

By the way, Curitiba isn't located in the state of Amazonas. :smalltongue:

Curitiba is the capital of the state of Parana, which lies about 2732.66 km south from Amazonas. :smalltongue:

FireSpark
2007-09-07, 01:17 PM
Yay!

By the way, Curitiba isn't located in the state of Amazonas. :smalltongue:

Curitiba is the capital of the state of Parana, which lies about 2732.66 km south from Amazonas. :smalltongue:

Well, for the most part here, unless someone specifically posts as such, I'm stuck looking that sort of stuff up on my own. Naturally, I'm not always going to get it right. :smallwink:

And if anyone ever wonders at the mistakes I make, I blame my cut-n-paste metodology for the most part. But the complex clutter that the original post has become doesn't help either. :smalleek: Go ahead, hit the quote button on the first post and take a gander at that mess. I dare you.:smalltongue:

Xyk
2007-09-07, 05:26 PM
I'm in Austin, Texas. Live music capitol, gonna be a rock star. keep austin weird.:smallamused:

eidreff
2007-09-10, 08:04 AM
Currently reside in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Merrie England.

Xyk
2007-09-10, 08:22 PM
Excellent. 3 austinites in the forums. Vespe and the other whose name i forgot, you rule.

Annarrkkii
2007-09-10, 08:35 PM
Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Chillest spot in the Eastern Panhandle.

Jacklu
2007-09-10, 08:59 PM
Yo, Goffstown, New Hampshire, USA. ........ Dawg.....

Lianae
2007-09-10, 10:27 PM
Chalk me up as another one from Melbourne.

Draken
2007-09-10, 10:37 PM
Caham, FireSpark. Indeed, Curitiba is not in Amazonas.

But Manaus is. It is the capital, by the way. Go fix it please.

Brasil
Amazonas
-Manaus
Parana
-Curitiba

More like this.

Ceska
2007-09-11, 12:03 AM
Oh, it's Graz by the way. That's a derivation of Gradec, Slavic for small castle. It's sounds like Stalingrad without the dictator and a hard t before an s. You could also say congrats with an English accent and skip the con, then you'd have it.

LaffingMan
2007-09-11, 12:55 AM
I'm from Roseville, which is on the outskirts of Sacramento, California

B-Man
2007-09-11, 07:16 AM
Just thought I'd say that I've moved for school and my family's moving too. I'm currently located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada and my family's moving to North York, Ontario, Canada (which is inside Toronto).

wxdruid
2007-09-11, 08:49 AM
wxdruid-Saint Louis, Illlinois

Micate
2007-09-12, 04:56 PM
Like it says on my location, San Diego, CA, USA.

Raiser Blade
2007-09-18, 01:20 PM
I live in L.A. california. Woot! Except for the traffic and smog and wino's it's a great place to live.

Go Lakers and Angels!!!!! Kobe FTW

Emrylon
2007-09-18, 02:29 PM
I'm living In Denbighshire in North Wales!!!

And I know somone else lives here because he got me to join thie forum!

Shhhh!
2007-09-18, 08:23 PM
Chillicothe, Ohio.
Like Columbus, only, you know, not.

Zombie pixe
2007-09-23, 10:50 AM
Camberidgeshire

england

Volug
2007-09-23, 11:28 AM
Camberidgeshire

england

ENGLAND! land of Harry Potter! and TRUFFLES!!!

cookie to whomever knows where i got that.

i dont live there by the way

Xyk
2007-09-23, 11:40 AM
I can't help but notice, nobody lives in nebraska. that's because nobody lives in nebraska.

Vaynor
2007-09-23, 12:11 PM
Thousand Oaks, California.

wxdruid
2007-09-23, 12:16 PM
Saint Louis, IL

Castaras
2007-09-23, 12:17 PM
Camberidgeshire

england

Another from Cambs? Yay! That's fourish of us! :smallbiggrin:

Almighty Salmon
2007-09-23, 04:06 PM
Northampton, England.

I'm the only one, eh? No real suprise there.

Vuzzmop
2007-09-23, 06:31 PM
I'm on the North Shore, in Auckland, New Zealand.

JBakaka
2007-09-27, 07:20 AM
wow so many people in australia we actually get a spoiler thingamebobbo! :smallsmile: why are there so many armadillos..erm..i mean armadillians?

im from sydney, nsw, australia.

@ Serpentine and all other active aussies: zomg a meet up on the east coast would be so awesome. yea. :smallbiggrin:

FireSpark
2007-09-28, 10:45 AM
Ugh. Long time, no post huh?

I got busy, then got busier, then sick, and as most people knoe:

Busy x Busy + Sick = FALL BEHIND.

Anyways, I've updated the list. Made changes that needed being made, and corrected any of the errors that I found myself.

Now bump to the top of the list.

*bump*

Lolzords
2007-09-28, 12:05 PM
United Kingdom
........= Hampshire - Zen Of Anger

Add me, please.

Serpentine
2007-09-28, 11:13 PM
wow so many people in australia we actually get a spoiler thingamebobbo! :smallsmile: why are there so many armadillos..erm..i mean armadillians?

im from sydney, nsw, australia.

@ Serpentine and all other active aussies: zomg a meet up on the east coast would be so awesome. yea. :smallbiggrin:
Well, two of us are going out and the other's our friend... and he doesn't come on here that much. Not enough Monty Python content for him. Also: somewhat yes :smallbiggrin:

darkmist83
2007-10-01, 01:27 PM
Silver Spring, MD here!

Rinquist
2007-10-01, 01:31 PM
I'm in Phoenix, AZ. And let me tell you, it's about time we got some weather that's below 110 degrees.

The Valiant Turtle
2007-10-04, 10:51 AM
In approx. 4-6 weeks I'll be moving to Columbus, Indiana. Is anybody near there? I'll be looking for a good gaming group. I could probably even make it to South Indy every now and then.

Gwyn chan 'r Gwyll
2007-10-04, 08:16 PM
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

SoD
2007-10-05, 01:36 PM
Originally from Tasmania, Australia (and currently the only one, it seems!) but currently based in Finland (Helsinki, or near enough...only 40km out) until June.

Serpentine
2007-10-05, 10:59 PM
Hur hur hur, Tas-
>shoves fist in mouth<

So. How's the architecture up there?

Aereshaa_the_2nd
2007-10-09, 03:13 PM
I live in toronto, canada.

Skelengar
2007-10-10, 03:49 PM
Putney, vt

I'm at a boarding school in east haddam for part of the year

Volug
2007-10-20, 03:14 PM
To bad we only have 4 people from utah...:smallfrown:

No one so far is where I live. So looks like I'm special!:smallbiggrin:

The Linker
2007-10-21, 10:21 PM
Almonte, Ontario, Canada.

I'm doing this just so that there's actually two people from a tiny town no one knows about in Canada, the other being my friend Aramil. Makes it look like a huge coincidence :smalltongue:

I tell ya, when I looked at the list under Canada, and then Ontario, and saw ALMONTE, my heart skipped a beat until I realized it was someone I knew.

Oh well. Birthplace of inventor of basketball ftw!

EDIT: Hm, I just read the first page and am incredibly curious about what some guy said to be banned. It's gonna keep me up all night :smallfrown:

wadledo
2007-10-21, 10:32 PM
I feel proud that 7 people come from my state.
Then I remember I live in my state.
.....
We should form a club of self loathing!

Icewalker
2007-10-22, 12:37 AM
Berkeley, California.

QueenOfMemnoch
2007-10-22, 01:42 PM
Well, I'm in Fayetteville, Arkansas for school, but my permanent address is in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The VP
2007-10-23, 04:12 AM
I'm currently residing in Lafayette, Indiana.

Malfunctioned
2007-10-23, 09:28 AM
Northeast London.

Krrth
2007-10-23, 11:37 AM
Richmond, Va USA

Exeson
2007-10-23, 11:56 AM
Surrey, England..... And if anyone cracks a posh joke I will burn them.

Fuzzatron
2007-10-24, 11:47 PM
U.S. - Wisconsin - Stevens Point

I know some of my friends here in Point also frequent this bored, so I don't think all of GitP is being accurately represented here.

Arioch
2007-11-27, 04:17 PM
Also Surrey, England. My school (and all my friends) are in Kent.

As for posh jokes, I'd make one but I can't think of any.

Shishnarfne
2007-11-27, 04:22 PM
Iowa City, Iowa, USA... at least for now.

Sir_Norbert
2007-11-27, 05:35 PM
Leeds... as I just said in another thread but why the hell not repeat it here so I can be added to the list.

LightWraith
2007-11-27, 05:41 PM
<---- Memphis, TN... USA That might make me first from this great city *rolleyes*

Altair_the_Vexed
2007-12-27, 08:27 PM
Daventry, England, UK

rubakhin
2007-12-27, 08:50 PM
I come from here. (http://youtube.com/watch?v=M4zlI7mU7oU)

I currently live here. (http://youtube.com/watch?v=uy8-nUpUvmc) Waterbury, specifically. You see that building at two minutes in? Yeah, that's what EVERY building looks like here. :smallannoyed:

Am very ungrateful I was able to emigrate to America.

Mauve Shirt
2007-12-27, 09:26 PM
School is University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg Virginia.
Home is Ellicott City Maryland.

SpiderKoopa
2007-12-27, 09:31 PM
Arlington, TX. :smallbiggrin:

hyperfreak497
2007-12-27, 09:34 PM
I come from here. (http://youtube.com/watch?v=M4zlI7mU7oU)

I currently live here. (http://youtube.com/watch?v=uy8-nUpUvmc) Waterbury, specifically. You see that building at two minutes in? Yeah, that's what EVERY building looks like here. :smallannoyed:

Am very ungrateful I was able to emigrate to America.

Rubakhin's in New England! RUBAKHIN'S IN NEW ENGLAND! SQUEEEEEEEE!

Icoulddrivetowhereyouliveandmeetyouandfinallygetto sayhiandyoucouldsaysomethingstereotypicallyRussian anditwouldmakemelaughhahawooeethatwouldbesoawesome butmydadthinksyourjustafigmentoftheinternetsothat' snevergoingtohappenandIdon'tevenknowifthisistruebu tIliketothinkitis.

*Huggles*

:biggrin:

Suzuro
2007-12-27, 09:47 PM
Big Lake, Alaksa Dawg! Boy howdy!





-Suzuro

Gerry
2007-12-28, 07:39 PM
Toronto, CA (Canada, brr, not California, warm).

Gerry

Archangel Yuki
2007-12-28, 08:05 PM
Buckeye, Arizona, USA.

someonenonotyou
2007-12-28, 08:16 PM
sparta MI:smallsigh:

saimne
2007-12-28, 09:55 PM
Stafford Virginia, USA. Also Orange Virginia, depending on my mood.

Hmm...does that mean I have Orange Moods? Must be scurvy.

Danzaver
2007-12-29, 02:04 AM
Ooo a stalker database!

Put me down for one Brisbane, Qld, Australia.

The Extinguisher
2007-12-29, 02:09 AM
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Nice to see I'm not the only person here who reads Oots beyond my circle of friends, who don't have accounts here. As far as I know. >.>

Wouldn't that be creepy.

Jaerc
2008-02-01, 10:01 AM
I'm from Salt Lake City, Utah; USA.

Mordokai
2008-02-01, 10:11 AM
Slovenia, Železniki

That's where I'm from.

Ceska
2008-02-01, 10:16 AM
Slovenia, Železniki

That's where I'm from.
You're living in a municipality almost neighbouring the one parts of my family live in!
(Lake Bled, they are)

Mordokai
2008-02-01, 10:20 AM
Come visit me next time you visit your family. Then you'll have chance to taint me in real life, not just on forums :smallbiggrin:

JasonDoomsblade
2008-02-01, 10:24 AM
I'm in Oakville, Ontario.

Omicroncubed
2008-02-01, 10:24 AM
Wee now I know two other people from Finland :smallbiggrin:

Also, I'm from Imatra, Finland.

Diva De
2008-02-01, 10:33 AM
<---- Memphis, TN... USA That might make me first from this great city *rolleyes*

I grew up in Bartlett - sound familiar?

Anyway, I currently reside in Myrtle Beach, SC (as noted in my location). And I really want to meet up with some of you guys - like-minded, intelligent people are harder and harder to come across!

Copacetic
2008-02-01, 10:34 AM
<----- Urbana, IL, USA.

Used to Live in Soccoro, New Mexico but moved.

SoD
2008-02-01, 11:30 AM
Nurmijärvi, Finland! For the next 5 months at least...

Bayar
2008-02-01, 11:45 AM
Constanta, Romania...it is somewhere in Europe, near the Black Sea...in case you were wondering...

topher
2008-02-01, 12:14 PM
I'm from Endicott, NY...which is very close to Binghamton, NY which is about halfway between NYC and Buffalo.

Who
2008-02-01, 02:29 PM
I'm from Preston, England 200th city of Great Britan

LightWraith
2008-02-01, 02:31 PM
I grew up in Bartlett - sound familiar?

Anyway, I currently reside in Myrtle Beach, SC (as noted in my location). And I really want to meet up with some of you guys - like-minded, intelligent people are harder and harder to come across!

Bartlett is indeed familiar. One of the many cities-but-not-cities-because-they're-kind-of-part-of-Memphis-places.

I have friends that live in Bartlett, one of the few nice areas left around here.

Undertaker798
2008-02-01, 02:40 PM
5 miles from Northampton Town, in Northamptonshire England. :smalltongue:

Dallas-Dakota
2008-02-01, 02:41 PM
The Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, I´m not going to be more specific for that...:smalleek:

Ethrael
2008-02-01, 02:59 PM
London, England UK. :smallbiggrin:

Kaelaroth
2008-02-01, 03:07 PM
London, England UK. :smallbiggrin:

I live nearby to Ethrael.

Satyrquaze
2008-02-01, 03:23 PM
Minneapolis, MN

EloquentRune
2008-02-01, 03:39 PM
Kansas City, Missouri all the way

SpiderMew
2008-02-01, 04:02 PM
Im in San Pedro CA, USA
(its actualy part of LA, and is were the Los Angeles Harbor is)

Scorpi
2008-02-01, 05:39 PM
Roskilde, Denmark

Inigo Montoya
2008-02-01, 05:46 PM
Kathleen, GA
Just south of Warner Robins.

QueenOfMemnoch
2008-02-01, 06:20 PM
Tulsa, Oklahoma usually, but for school I'm in Fayetteville Arkansas.

Serpentine
2008-02-02, 01:09 AM
Is the original post still being updated?
(also, I'm inclined to think that this could perhaps be sticky-worthy... but then, a lot are, and I want there to enough space for a Playground Recipe Book. Speaking of which, is Sisqui still around?
...
>.>
<.<
*done*)

HKJones
2008-02-02, 02:47 AM
Auckland - New Zealand

Now to dispel a few rumours about this fair country.

No I am not Maori.
No we do not all have a physical attraction to sheep.
No New Zealand's populations is not about 2000. It is at least double that.
And finally...
No New Zealand is NOT a state of Australia. Australia is however commonly referred to as 'New Zealand's West Island'.

Ceska
2008-02-02, 02:50 AM
No we do not all have a physical attraction to sheep.

I thought that was the Welsh? :smallconfused: Or the Scottish? I'll never get English nationalistic jokes.

No New Zealand's populations is not about 2000. It is at least double that.
4,1 million actually, no?


Come visit me next time you visit your family. Then you'll have chance to taint me in real life, not just on forums :smallbiggrin:
I'm not so sure about the tainting, but visiting sounds good.

@v: Yay, I'm no exception!

Mordokai
2008-02-02, 03:16 AM
The tainting part was a joke, don' worry, that's why I putted smilie there :smallsmile: However, if you're ever in the neighborhood drop me a pm or something similar. I'd love to meet as many playgrounders as possible and you're no exception :smallwink:

unstattedCommoner
2008-02-02, 06:16 AM
I thought that was the Welsh? :smallconfused: Or the Scottish? I'll never get English nationalistic jokes.

The Welsh.

An Englishman, a Scotsman and an Irishman go into a pub and each orders a pint. Each pint has a fly in it. The Englishman pushes his away in disgust, the Scotsman shrugs, removes the fly and drinks his pint and the Irishman picks up the fly and shouts "Spit it out!".

Dihan
2008-02-02, 06:29 AM
I thought that was the Welsh? :smallconfused: Or the Scottish? I'll never get English nationalistic jokes.

Just because we have more sheep than people in Wales, it doesn't mean we have any sort of sexual attraction to them. Welsh lamb is the tastiest in the universe, though. :smalltongue:

Kaelaroth
2008-02-02, 06:30 AM
Just because we have more sheep than people in Wales, it doesn't mean we have any sort of sexual attraction to them. Welsh lamb is the tastiest in the universe, though. :smalltongue:

It's true. Not even we English can fight back that claim!

Gorbash
2008-02-02, 09:35 AM
Belgrade - Serbia

Well, I'd like to dispel some rumours about my country, too.

We're not terrorists, as the rest of the world sees us. In fact, there hasn't been a single Serbian terrorist. Ever.

We're not a 3rd world country. Belgrade is a really nice place to live. Standard european metropolis. I've lived in NYC for a year, and I couldn't wait to get back home.

And we *do* rule in sports. Basketball, tennis, volley ball, you name it. :)

Shraik
2008-02-02, 11:51 AM
Land of Many Malls and not to metion the Blue Laws in the Tri-state area (if you can guess, I salute thee)

Serpentine
2008-02-02, 11:53 AM
Terrorists? Nah, just nutcases :smallwink: :smalltongue:

Gorbash
2008-02-02, 12:36 PM
Rly? That's how western people see us? Well, that's better than terrorists. :D Have no idea why, some enlightenment would be great.

Oh, and btw. we think you're nutcases also. :D

hap_hazard
2008-02-02, 09:43 PM
I'm from Singapore.

Serpentine
2008-02-02, 09:48 PM
It's more Slavic people in general. I have little doubt that it's mostly from movies and the like, it's not really bad, kinda cool really. Basically it all boils down to "Don't feck with Slavics".
Also: Who's nutcases? D=

edit: I thought I should give at least one example. Generally, no matter how hard and scary anyone (especially bad guys, especially bad guy gansters or equivalent) might be, as soon as they piss off someone from that part of the world they are doomed. They're usually both more honourable, and a lot more scary (and possibly sadistic) than anyone else. The most recent example I've seen is The Italian Job (latest version).

Raider
2008-02-02, 09:49 PM
Cincinnati, Ohio, America

Great place that

osyluth
2008-02-03, 12:49 AM
It would be so easy for a stalker to use this thread. This isn't MySpace, people!

Hell Puppi
2008-02-03, 01:30 AM
@^Well it's not as though we're posting our addresses.....
hopefully any halfway decent stalker knows what state/city you live in.

Serpentine
2008-02-03, 02:36 AM
I'd be really impressed if some American decided to come stalk me...

KindaChang
2008-02-03, 02:38 AM
I am currently located in East Lansing, Michigan, United States, home of the Michigan State University Spartans. GO GREEN!

Gorbash
2008-02-03, 05:05 AM
It's more Slavic people in general. I have little doubt that it's mostly from movies and the like, it's not really bad, kinda cool really. Basically it all boils down to "Don't feck with Slavics".
Also: Who's nutcases? D=

edit: I thought I should give at least one example. Generally, no matter how hard and scary anyone (especially bad guys, especially bad guy gansters or equivalent) might be, as soon as they piss off someone from that part of the world they are doomed. They're usually both more honourable, and a lot more scary (and possibly sadistic) than anyone else. The most recent example I've seen is The Italian Job (latest version).

You, Americans, of course. I have no idea how can you eat that so-called food you have there. It's awful. When I was in US last summer, I lost 18 pounds just because I couldn't eat properly. Chicken doesn't taste like chicken, vegetables don't taste like vegetables, only McDonalds tastes like McDonalds and I hate eating there. :D

Concering Italian Job - I know! That's a basic misconception lol.

Serpentine
2008-02-03, 05:24 AM
:smallmad:

Australia
[spoiler]...= New South Wales
.........= Armidale - Serpentine
.........= Armidale - Goff
.........= Armidale - Conrad Poohs
.........= Candelo - Warshrike
.........= Sydney - Dhavaer
.........= Sydney - Ink
.........= Sydney - Fleeing Coward
.........= Sydney - JBakaka
:smalltongue:

My stepsiblings went to the US, and said they couldn't find any fresh fruit anywhere in Florida. What's up with that? :smallconfused:

Gorbash
2008-02-03, 06:01 AM
Ahh sorry, didn't know you're from the land down under (were women glow and men plunder). Yeah, I have no idea what's with US and lack of normal food... The only thing in NYC I didn't like...

bladedSmoke
2008-02-03, 07:45 AM
Ramsgate, in South-East England.

SpiderMew
2008-02-03, 02:10 PM
Ahh sorry, didn't know you're from the land down under (were women glow and men plunder). Yeah, I have no idea what's with US and lack of normal food... The only thing in NYC I didn't like...

You see food form different parts of the US tastes completely different.
You almost have to treat each state like its own country to really appreciate the variances in food development and taste.

Pizza is a good example of this. New York tends to have more thinner crust with larger toppings and sometimes a sweater sauce. And in Chicago you've got your deep dish pizza, sometimes with different kinds of cheese and less sweet sauce.
If your out here in LA, you can get chicken that tastes differently at every place. Its all in the preparation.
I ask of you, do not judge us Americans based on one city, for our nation is very diverse.

Shraik
2008-02-03, 03:07 PM
Where I am from, no food is real. Can't go through anytown without finding a fastfood joint of some sort. Its funny. I can walk to....at least 12 fast food places without going two miles from my house. Its different in America. I live in a subarb less then 5 miles from one of the busiest intersections in the world(thank god it isn't busy at seven in the morning, I'd never be at school). And seriously, no one's guessed by now where I live?

Many malls, Blue laws, lots of commuting, Tristate Area. Take a guess

Aereshaa_the_2nd
2008-02-04, 10:43 PM
Not on topic, but what are 'blue laws'??

RTGoodman
2008-02-04, 10:46 PM
Not on topic, but what are 'blue laws'??

As far as I know, they're laws here in the US (don't know about elsewhere) that deal with places being closed on Sunday since that's the traditional day of worship for Christians. They're not that common as far as I know, though I think alcohol sales are still limited on Sundays.

EDIT: The great Wikipedia has much to say on the issue (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Law).

Serpentine
2008-02-05, 08:59 AM
Many malls, Blue laws, lots of commuting, Tristate Area. Take a guess...Hawaii? :smallconfused:

I dunno... Fat Pizza went around the world, and decided that the US's were some of the worst anywhere :smalltongue: It does worry me, though, that it seems like... powdered juice? or something like that, is considered the norm. On the other hand, a Bolivian girl didn't like our juice... too sweet, or not sweet enough, or something.

Eksar Lindisfar
2008-02-05, 09:53 AM
Argentina, Buenos Aires, city of Buenos Aires, or Capital Federal.

Shraik
2008-02-05, 06:05 PM
...Hawaii? :smallconfused:

Hawaii is in the tristate area? Awesome, no more Conneticut

EvilElitest
2008-02-08, 11:03 AM
Anyone here from the Hudson Valley? Anyone..... we exist, honest
from
EE

Doc Leech
2008-02-08, 11:46 AM
fairfax, virginia, US

i doth protest, all american food does not suck! there's some really great stuff around. i've been to italy and croatia many times and as such I am aware of the calibre of food around that area (freaking insanely delicious!), but you can still find some great food in the states, as i'm sure you can anywhere. just have to know where to look...

though it may help to have an italian mother and a croatian father who both live to cook :P

in short, if you want good food in the states, a sure-fire solution is to import an entire slavic family. taking all offers, bidding starts a $4 for slavic family installment #1 (me)

Varen_Tai
2008-03-20, 10:53 AM
OK, so I didn't know this thread existed when I posted my inquiries about who else is in Dallas. :) Looks like there's a couple of folks in Plano! Nifty! I'm right on the Addison/Dallas border, near Preston and 635. Add me to the list on the first post, please!

Goats_o_Mjolnir
2008-03-20, 11:50 AM
Orange County, Chester NY, on the border fo Jersey

Diva De
2008-03-20, 12:39 PM
I think I may have posted here before, but if not...read my location. I R honest. :smalltongue:

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

The Rose Dragon
2008-03-20, 03:10 PM
I r in ur Turkey, eating ur Thanksgiving food!

My exact location changes, though, between Ankara and Izmir.

Zarrexaij
2008-03-20, 03:13 PM
Chickasha, Oklahoma (will be Stillwater, Oklahoma in August; going off to college)

Looks like I'm the only Oklahoman.

And yes, I'm comfortable with people knowing my exact location. Believe me, you don't want to come here. It's the ******* of Oklahoma.

Farmer42
2008-03-20, 03:31 PM
Over by the slide, playing in the mulch. I mean... Kenosha, WI during spring, fall and winter, Evansville, IN over the summer.

The Bushranger
2008-03-20, 04:22 PM
Near Tallahassee, Florida here.

Serpentine
2008-03-20, 08:19 PM
If FireSpark's not still around, is there some way we can get everything collated?

Generic Archer
2008-03-20, 08:38 PM
Australia, ACT, canberra

SpiderMew
2008-03-20, 08:39 PM
If FireSpark's not still around, is there some way we can get everything collated?

A mod would have to do it, or someone would have to start a new topic.

Felixaar
2008-03-20, 10:07 PM
Cairns, Queensland.

Also, know I've narrowed most of you down to towns :smallbiggrin: it's only a matter of time now. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

^meant entirely in Jest.

Ganurath
2008-03-20, 10:08 PM
I can't believe I haven't gotten it up that I'm from Omaha, Nebraska.

...No, we do not drive around on tractors! Gah!

Goats_o_Mjolnir
2008-03-20, 10:09 PM
Anyone else here from NY or the surrounding area

Pocketa
2008-03-20, 10:35 PM
Berekeley, like Icewalker!

FireFox
2008-03-20, 10:40 PM
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Not like it matters, my paranoia normally keeps me from posting info like this, but if someone wanted me dead/hurt they would already know where I live.

Inigo Montoya
2008-03-20, 11:24 PM
Kathleen Georgia. A little south of the Air Force base, if it matters...

Agamid
2008-03-22, 10:19 AM
on the swings of course :biggrin:

but seriously... Brisbane, Australia. or as folks 'round here like to call it "The Bane"

Flickerdart
2008-03-22, 10:51 AM
The good old GTA, of course. Well, technically Toronto. But almost not.

borninbones
2008-03-25, 03:16 PM
Kearney, Nebraska. some 20 miles from the middle of nowhere.

someonenonotyou
2008-03-28, 07:48 AM
SPARTA!!! no the one in greece i live in sparta MI USA:smallbiggrin:

Cobra_Ikari
2008-03-28, 07:56 AM
I could have sworn I posted in this...

Dublin, Georgia. >.<

...but in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for school.

Dallas-Dakota
2008-03-29, 06:28 AM
Wherever my feet take me:smallbiggrin:

Fostire
2008-03-29, 06:52 AM
Im from Montevideo, Uruguay (only one it seems)

loopy
2008-03-29, 08:08 AM
Australia, Central Coast (Gosford)

Iudex Fatarum
2008-03-29, 11:31 PM
Well i'm on a six month stint overseas, currently
China, Yunnan, Kunming (country, province, city) If someone is near by let me know

Normally I'm in
USA, MI, Grand Rapids, (ok small town just outside but who's counting)

I know only one other person who posts on these boards but then again its my gf and she's only posted 12 times (and none in the past year).

Player_Zero
2008-03-30, 03:50 AM
Nottingham, England. The birthplace of Robin Hood... Also known for its 19th century lace market... Nah, I think I'll stick with the Robin Hood thing. That's in the East Midlands of England.

Bag_of_Holding
2008-03-30, 04:14 AM
Brisbane, Australia; where water tastes funny.

Hell Puppi
2008-03-30, 04:16 AM
Tucson, Arizona


There's mountains.

Morrsleib
2008-03-31, 02:09 PM
Århus Denmark, the second largest city with 250000 inhabitans, wee little country

Sensate
2008-03-31, 02:35 PM
As it is stated under my avatar, I live in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Europe. Some of you might have never heard about this place.

Woofsie
2008-03-31, 09:01 PM
I'm from Ireland, Navan to be precise.

*looks at OP* Sigh, guess I'm the only one.

Serpentine
2008-05-13, 02:11 AM
Uh... wasn't this stickied at some point? If not... Can it be? >pleading puppydog eyes<

Solo
2008-05-13, 02:21 AM
Well, I used to live in California while I was in high school, but am currently attending college in Virginia.

I usually spend my summers in China, though.

poleboy
2008-05-13, 02:36 AM
<--- see profile

Slightly smaller city than Morrsleib's.

Zakama
2008-05-13, 02:57 AM
Madison, Wisconsin. Town of awesome.

Project_Mayhem
2008-05-14, 05:53 PM
I currently fluctuate between Essex and York at the mo. England of course.

PaladinFreak
2008-05-17, 02:15 PM
I live in http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa14/Paladineer/Redactor.gif Oregon, USA.

I'm sorry, the name of the town I live in has been redacted by the authorities.

DemonicAngel
2008-05-17, 03:04 PM
I live all the way in the middle east. Israel, Ramat Gan

Shadowcaller
2008-05-17, 03:24 PM
In sweden as my profile says in the small town of Norrtälje.
Nothing else to say really.

Morty
2008-05-17, 03:31 PM
Just askin': does OP actualize his list anymore? I haven't seen him at the forum for quite a long time...

JettWilderbeast
2008-05-17, 05:37 PM
My hometown is Cambridge in Cambridgeshire in England going by the OP I didn't know there were more Cambrigians than Me and Yeril! I might have to organise a Cambridge Meetup!

Thima
2008-05-18, 09:16 AM
I live in China Spring Texas wich is pretty much a small extension of Waco,but we do have our own school district.

Serpentine
2008-05-18, 10:13 AM
Heh heh... "Whacko". :smallamused: