Pieces and bits

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This or that:

1. Large or small family?
Don't care really. In terms of my own offspring, that aint likely to happen anyway
2. Potato chips or pretzels?
Potato chips! Chippies!!
3. House or apartment?
Apartment prolly
4. Zebras or giraffes?
5. Candles or potpourri?
oo candles!
6. Flowers or trees?
To climb or to smell?
7. Right or left-handed?
I'm right handed
8. Model trains or dolls/stuffed animals?
Probably model trains, although I don't really have either
9. Comedy or drama?
Either. Probably drama.
10. Thought-provoking question of the week: The city of Boston has recently banned smoking in all restaurants and bars. Would you want to see such a law passed in your city/town/country, or not?
Australia has had laws like this for a while, and I'm all for it.


Jay said:

Hello! Thanks for sharing your image from the Washington Monument on JC's page. I had a great deal of fun trying to figure out what that tower was and your image gave me a better idea of how large some of the buildings that I hope to tour this summer in DC are versus how not to scale they appear on the map.

If you have any recommendations of places you visited and enjoyed on your trip or even didn't like, I'd love to hear from you.

Have a great day!

May 21, 2003 8:49 PM


kazza said:

I did three cities in the US a couple of years ago and thoroughly loved it. I had five days in DC so got to do most things, except see through the FBI building and the Pentagon (I wonder if you can even do those post September 11?) because I was there over Thanksgiving and things were all in long weekend mode. I'd always wanted to go to the Air and Space museum so that was good, as was the Natural History museum and the White House.

DC dies in a heap on Sundays though, it seems rather backwards in that respect.

Check out the rest of my photos at http://conspiracy.cia.com.au/Holidays/2000_USA/

May 21, 2003 11:31 PM


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