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    Posted: Aug. 15 2002,1:58 pm QUOTE

You've heard of multis, virtuals, and micros. Is it time for this?
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Posted: Aug. 15 2002,9:13 pm QUOTE

Coprolith-ic! :^:

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Posted: Aug. 16 2002,2:48 am QUOTE

So I didn't load all the maps ...
But I was wondering,  ???  just as we have traditional, virtual and multi........there you could have

-Traditional
-Pit listed by seat configuration (my grandparents had a 3 seater by progressive size).
-Chemical I've only ever seen blue with these.
-Scarey (the kind that haven't seen a maintance worker since they were built...or on the wrong side of town ..... or haunted......now there's a concept.

I'm sure that there are more derivations......We went to a museum in Ohio that had an entire section devoted just to this.......I didn't know that water could be directed in so many ways!

How would you log these?  Exterior photo? One would hope that interior shots would not be permitted.

Must say that my V is great at locating public facilities.....just wish that we would have had it when we did cross country road trips and the kids were all around 5 years.

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    Posted: Aug. 16 2002,4:34 am QUOTE

People should have the option of leaving 'trinkets'. I am not sure who would want to take them...

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    Posted: Aug. 16 2002,7:35 am QUOTE

Quote (Scout @ Aug. 15 2002,8:58 pm)
You've heard of multis, virtuals, and micros. Is it time for this?
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Totally at your convenience, of course.

You wouldn't be able to 'loo'se them very easily.

Instead of a "tupperware", would these be classed as a "Thunder" box?

If you found a difficult one, you might say you were Flushed with success.

OK, I'll get my coat....

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    Posted: Aug. 16 2002,8:42 am QUOTE

What I like most is that their maps are slow loading, which they acknowledge with a notice on the home page that warns, "Note: Please be patient." Don't they know that the people who need their services are not likely to be the most patient people around???

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    Posted: Aug. 16 2002,3:41 pm QUOTE

LOL...exactly scout! I see you have had my wifes cooking  :grinnin

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    Posted: Aug. 16 2002,4:03 pm QUOTE

Quote (Morseman @ Aug. 16 2002,09:35 am)
Instead of a "tupperware", would these be classed as a "Thunder" box?

Should I feel insulted?  ???

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