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Old 04-21-2011, 06:27 PM   #71
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That map is a thing of beauty.
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Old 04-21-2011, 06:47 PM   #72
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That map is a thing of beauty.
Why, thank you.

I slaved for minutes and minutes over it!

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Old 04-21-2011, 07:45 PM   #73
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Francesca---you are cracking me up! I love your playful side!!!!
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Old 04-22-2011, 03:01 PM   #74
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....love that ol' "bob warr fence"!!!!
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:44 PM   #75
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....love that ol' "bob warr fence"!!!!
Theresa,

My apologies for having erred in separating the syllables in Bobwarr- "crayons" is a new medium for me and I was at times overwhelmed by its complexity...
There's an interesting history attached to The Bobwarr Fence, and I go into it in some detail during the Live Presentation that accompanies the above mapchart.
It really isn't possible to do the story justice here. An effective rendering requires the use of a pointer, sweeping gestures, a full-size world globe, volunteers from the audience, and odd bits of furniture (these last to be flung around at strategic points in the narrative).
In the interest of International Relations, however, I think it's important to state that the Bobwarr Fence was erected NOT to keep people Out of The U.S.of A. but to keep Americans IN. As any student of "really really secret international goings-on" can confirm, it came to be built as a result of the combined efforts of all the nations in the world save One to "get the Nosy Parkers to stay home and mind their own business".

Results have been mixed.



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Old 04-22-2011, 07:31 PM   #76
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ha ha, wonderful love it! Now if i can just find a map of where those secret burro molds are in Mexico.....
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Old 04-22-2011, 07:32 PM   #77
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ha ha, wonderful love it! Now if i can just find a map of where those secret burro molds are in Mexico.....
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Old 04-22-2011, 08:48 PM   #78
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Sooooo good, Francesca When and where does the in-person presentation occur?

Many thanks for lightening up this on-going winter

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Old 04-22-2011, 09:13 PM   #79
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Superb map but it is missing the Jubilee part of the Trillium legend! I mean, it must be a legend and not a real thing. After all, just some weeks ago I talked to Tom and described to him my Jubilee and he kind of insisted that no Jubilee with large side windows, rounded corners was ever produced by Trillium yet... recently I came across an add that showed something my Jubelee used to be! BTW. When I found it, it was gone for ONE week

"Trailer - $1200 -very light, electric brakes -10 ft long at floor x 6 ft wide at widest point (51 at wheel wells) -new 12 volt wiring, front to back, LED tail lights, 7 pin plug, 2 ball -30 amp 120 volt electrical service, 3 x 4ft fluorescent lights, -includes awning and trailer dolly"
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Old 04-22-2011, 09:29 PM   #80
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Superb map but it is missing the Jubilee part of the Trillium legend!
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ahhhh...my enlightening is complete.


and i used to live across the street from the Nosy Parkers when i was a kid!
the son's name was kevin.
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Hi: Francesca Knowles...Last year while trying to cut thru the "bob warr" the man in the Tin Hut asked if we had any "Tomatoes". I told him we weren't going to Washington...we were heading to the 1000 islands and all we had was "Dressing".
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ahhhh...my enlightening is complete.


and i used to live across the street from the Nosy Parkers when i was a kid!
the son's name was kevin.
And now, thanks in part to your Nation's participation in The Bobwarr Fence Project, the Nosy Parkers are contained on the other side of your Southern Border !
As for the completeness of your enlightenment:
There is much, much more to this compelling story, and I'll be making it up any day now!
Please do attend the Live Presentation when it comes to a venue near you.
We may have to adjust our tour schedule, however. Booking difficulties have arisen due to the publicity surrounding a small misunderstanding with the members of The Chimacum Grange, the site of our latest showing.
A minor malfunction of our thunder-and-lightning machine is the cause of a certain bitterness on their part. This despite the fact that everyone present agreed that the ensuing fire, occurring as it did at just the right moment in the program, was (here I quote) "strikingly effective".

Stay tuned...

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Old 04-23-2011, 09:34 PM   #84
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Hi: Francesca Knowles...Last year while trying to cut thru the "bob warr" the man in the Tin Hut asked if we had any "Tomatoes". I told him we weren't going to Washington...we were heading to the 1000 islands and all we had was "Dressing".
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
I should caution you that what they're REALLY looking for at the border is "subversive ideas" (code name:"tomatoes").
As you're not posting from Guantanamo Bay, I presume that you had the good sense not to attempt to smuggle in any of that "Universal Healthcare" you folks have up there.

Whew!

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