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  1. 1. Where Y'all from

    • Western USA
      23
    • Rocky Mountains USA
      5
    • Central USA
      26
    • Eastern USA
      35
    • Southern USA
      21
    • Asia
      2
    • Western Europe
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    • Eastern Europe
      6
    • Australia
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    • New Zealand (We want our Cup back! :angry: )
      1
    • Canada
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Watch out lady from Minesooota we are all gonna be partying on your front lawn next June :lol: :lol:

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Amy, you didn't know you were having the HMMC Welcome to the ACA Conference party? Oops... :unsure:

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Marcia sssssssshhhhhhhh

It was sposed to be a surprise ;)

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WHAAAA?!?! The next conference is in MY neck of the woods??? WOO HOO!!! Yippee!!! I've been trying to go to one for years!!!!!! There's NO WAY I'll miss it in 2006!!!!

PARTY!!!!! Bring trampoline and beverage of choice and I'll supply the s'mores!! :D

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Hi all,

I was born in London , Dec. 1938,

I was never sure if the World war 2 started because I was born,

or whether I was born because World war 2 started.???????????

Either way I am very Happy it happened.

Cheers Ian :rolleyes: :D

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Hi all,

I was born in London , Dec. 1938,

I was never sure if the World war 2 started because I was born,

or whether I was born because World war 2 started.???????????

Either way I am very Happy it happened.

Cheers Ian :rolleyes: :D

Well as Britain declared war on Germany on 1st Sept 1939, I guess it started because you were born ;) :lol:

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Well as Britain declared war on Germany on 1st Sept 1939, I guess it started because you were born

Muz, I think you'll find it was the 3rd September 1939. The 3rd September also happens to be my wedding anniversary...of course (before you ask) I wasn't married in 1939! :P

Lizzie :)

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My apologies Lizzie. Just checked another scource as well as my original one and it was indeed 3 September. I must have confused it with the date that Poland was invaded leading to the declaration of war 2 days later :blink:

And I wasn't married in 1939 either, it took another 20 years and one month before I was even born :P

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My apologies Lizzie. Just checked another scource as well as my original one and it was indeed 3 September. I must have confused it with the date that Poland was invaded leading to the declaration of war 2 days later :rolleyes:

I like your 'I just had to check...' - didn't you believe me, Muz? :P :lol:

Lizzie :)

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didn't you believe me, Muz? :P  :lol:   

It's the cynic in me :) that and the fact I'd had to look up the information in the first place, made me wonder how I'd got it wrong :lol: (Just for the record I'm not a complete dunce I knew the month and the year it's just days I have a problem remembering :rolleyes: :P :lol: )

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Hi guys,

my name is Mike. I have now been living in this small provincial German

town of Kusel (around 5.300 inhabitants) in the south western State of

Rhineland-Palatinate for 26 years.

American servicemen will know the nearest major city of Kaiserslautern, aka

K-Town, the US Airforce Airbase at Ramstein, the Military Hospital at Landstuhl

and the Baumholder Training Area and Firing Range.

I was born and bred in the city of Krefeld, near Düsseldorf and close to the Dutch

border, once renowned for its textile (silk) industry.

Used to be home to HM Coldstream Guards for a couple of years in the 50s,

was later garrisoned by 16th Signal Regiment, Royal Signals.

Kind regards,

Mike RHD

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hello,

I'm from a small town called Glossop, in the peak district of England. It's also called the 'gateway to the peak'.

Hey John, Mike and Dragon, we're all from a similar neck of the woods!!

:D John... I ride over Snake pass all the time, sorry you got hit there, seems to be quite a black spot for bikers (+ woodhead road). :(

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Hello all-

I live near a little town called Bono in Northeastern Arkansas, Just outside of Jonesboro. I am about 1 hour northwest from Memphis. If anyone ever gets REALLY lost and ends up in my neck of the woods, look me up! :P :D

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Sunderland, England.

Home of the worst ever team in the Premiership :(

awwww, never mind mate, at least you've got a nice accent.

:P

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Cental or Eastern US???? Michigan is in the midwest = closer to the east I guess.

JudyH

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Cental or Eastern US???? Michigan is in the midwest = closer to the east I guess.

JudyH

I know Judy, I looked at this some time ago, and the midwest is left out! Whoo Hoo, we're here! :D Maybe Ohio is considered Central?

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