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Old 01-24-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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Looks to me like there are still alot of good tickets available. $45 in the center, second level. Not bad considering GP weekend and all. Anybody know how far it is from IMS to the State Fair Grounds?
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Old 01-31-2008, 04:31 PM   #2
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Ticket arrived today, yeah me..... So anybody from Indiana gonna tell me how far apart IMS and the State Fair Grounds are?
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Mapquest maybe?
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According to my map it looks like about an 1/8 of an inch........
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According to my map it looks like about an 1/8 of an inch........
Yikes your right! Their practically on top of each other. Less than 7 miles taking the back way. No adventure at all.

I had been hoping for some local insight. Now I see why there was none.
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I see by your comment that you have never been to Indiana. Not only is there no local insight, but there is pretty much no anything. All roads inside Indiana lead OUT!
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I see by your comment that you have never been to Indiana. Not only is there no local insight, but there is pretty much no anything. All roads inside Indiana lead OUT!
Hey, that sounds like Chicago! oh.... Hey LR, hows that -22 treating you? Our 40 was down right blustery this morning. I almost zipped my windbreaker up.
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Didn't need a thing this morning. We have things called heat and indoor plumbing that makes things lots easier!
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Hey, that sounds like Chicago! oh.... Hey LR, hows that -22 treating you? Our 40 was down right blustery this morning. I almost zipped my windbreaker up.
But in SF it's 40 in the summer, too! SF's like a cold Hawaii with a lot of homeless people and fog all the time.
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But in SF it's 40 in the summer, too! SF's like a cold Hawaii with a lot of homeless people and fog all the time.
As Mark Twain stated "Coldest winter I ever experianced was summer in San Francisco" Hence why Im a BnT (the Dreaded Bridge and Tunnel crowd)as its up to 40 degree's warmer in the summer just 20 miles away.

Homeless? Oh no, they are housing challenged, this is SF after all. Love the first rain after a few days, livens up all the dried urine and smells wonderfull. Then again on non rainy days we still got the fresh urine smell. Maybe that -22 isnt a bad thing after all, explains our homeless, they all moved out west.

Since I'm on a mild rant anyone read about the latest "Code Pink" protesting the Berkeley Marine Recruiters office? City of Berkeley gave them a parking space in front of the recruiters. WTF... If were nuked first, I'll understand...
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