What are you afraid of Giaguara? It is hard to be friends with other people if you are afraid of talking about yourself and your life. Unless you just want to remain a mystery, and I guess that would be fine with us. <br><br>
it would be probaby fine ..right lori. just crawling seeing the honolulu map...<br><br>but, still a public url... most ppl here might know the country, and even the city .. but i dont generally want to be connected a lot to this city..<br><br>i wish i were in california... (if i manage to move there, i post then the map?)<br><br><br><br>Giaguara<br>
Here goes for me:<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>I live in a very very very urban setting, even though the town has only about 80,000 inhabitants. Reading apparently was mapped out in London (and I'm very jealous of where MacGuru lives!!) by William Penn's two sons--who had never been here. So they laid out the town very nicely in a grid pattern, just like they were supposed to do. What they ignored was the topography. Directly to the east is the highest mountain east of the Alleghenies (it's the green area in the neighborhood map), and directly to the west is the Schuylkill River--the whole is about a mile and a half wide at the narrowest point, and grows to about two and a half miles wide. So they had to cram all the town into that space. Everything in town (almost everything) is a row house--what in New York they'd call a town house. It's very crowded. I sort of like it, but would much rather be in New York, or London, or Paris, or Chicago, or any big city, really.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA <br>It's the smallest state (and it's not an island) - and it often gets used to describe the size of things: i.e. - today in the news - an iceberg the size of Rhode Island fell off the coast of Antarctica - or an oil slick, or a sink hole... <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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