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reply to post by thepolish1
That was just down right creepy.
It didn't get the exact city, but the triangulation of the three cities, I was smack dab in the middle.
Rockford Ill, Fort Wayne, In, and Indianapolis, In
As was the color map. The darkest red was where I grew up.
Does anyone else call the round a bout, the thing you drive in a circle so you don't have to stop,
"The Hillbilly Roundy-Round??? We also use that term for the dirt race tracks that are oval.
Before any hillbillys on here get offended, I'm part one, and part Pollock, so I'm more screwed than you.
Get over it.......RALMFFAO......
Not offended, although not a hillbilly -- fellow Polock speaking. Never heard of Hillbilly Roundy-Rounds, just round-abouts, but then again they only exist in the southern portion of my state. If they were prevalent in the northern part of the state, i am positive we would not be calling them round-abouts, that would just be too easy.
...I tend to drive through them at near speeds of mach 20...it can't be helped, their repetitive nature and placement drives me impatiently nuts, I must admit...
"A roundabout is a combination between a three ring circus and the Kentucky derby racetrack."
Note to Jane: The whole point of a roundabout is to keep traffic moving -- not to stop.
And kept moving it shall.edit on 2/26/2014 by unb3k44n7 because: (no reason given)
Pretty much spot on. There were a few I figured would be different. I'm one of the few brave and proud people around here that calls it pop. It makes no sense to shorten soda pop to the longer word. Fools.
That was a fun little test! Ty Roo.
Always my pleasure Domo.
BTW - I say soda... I hope we can get over this little hurdle.