I was just looking at the map of stores in the US at the Apple site and trying to figure out what the worst state to live in might be (from the point of view of distance from Apple stores)--not counting Alaska. I'd vote for Montana.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Yeah! I thought I had heard that was going to happen. <br><br>Are you in Philly or are you out in Amish country? My Mom's family is from the Lancaster area - <br>she was born in a town that is actually named Intercourse.(snicker) <br>Raises plenty of eyebrows whenever she is asked where she is from!<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Raises plenty of eyebrows whenever she is asked where she is from!<p><hr></blockquote><p>But then, again, aren't we all? <br><br>Say! Do they make black Macs for the Amish? Or are they still using older PowerBooks?<br><br>
Gorgeous country out there. I spent some time in Tipton — near Altoona — shooting some ads for AT&T about 8 or 9 years ago. A fair number of Amish there, too. Really beautiful countryside. The whole time I was there I was kicking myself for not bringing my bicycle with me.<br><br>
Yup - Marg has the idea - electricity is frowned upon. <br><br>It is very beautiful country out there - although as a youngster & teenager it was excruciatingly booooorrrriiiiinnngggg to have to visit the grandparents. My sister and I went back for an uncle's funeral a few years ago and I really had forgotten how dramatic the landscape was - all the rolling hillsides dotted with the silos and barns and cows.<br><br>And if you check a map - Intercourse is not far from the town of Paradise.<br><br>
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