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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-27-2004, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Hello I am in Dallas. I am actually writing this from the Holiday Inn Resturaunt using their free wireless internet access. Sorry to abuse a thread like this but Im gonna be stuck here for the next 3 days. I miss Houston so bad this town is so huge. What you might ask am I doing in Dallas?. Its all job related
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-27-2004, 10:23 PM Thread Starter
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Supository is medication you put up the rear. Do you mean repository?

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Supository is medication you put up the rear. Do you mean repository?


I think you are right dhl.. I probably wouldn't have caught the mistake ( I knew what he meant to say)... maybe dioxviad wanted to say supository for a reason

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Maybe he was quoting a line from the movie "Full Metal Jacket"?

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post #6 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-28-2004, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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I did mean supository, because thats what youll be needing when you are in a town like this for 3 days, needless to say. today was very uneventful and yet i managed to be able to go to the stockyards which was so ho hum.... and I got paid for practiacally 1 hour of work.


I hope this trend continues tomorrow and friday.


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By far the lamest excuse for a tourist attraction ever....
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so far spotted one 3 in dallas on the Tom Laundry expressway. Grey hatch with a cute woman talking on the cell phone. Garanteed an automatic cause she was on the phone. and pretty obblivious to the huge amount of cool this car is. Its sooooo wasted on her.
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I have been to all of those places. If you turn around from the book "supository" you can see where the Dallas Stars play and the Spaghetti Warehouse up those stairs and to the left in that last picture is pretty good. You can even sit in a little trolly car to eat. Been about 6 years since I've been there though. Don't miss Oklahoma at all but parts of Texas were pretty cool.
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I have been to all of those places. If you turn around from the book "supository" you can see where the Dallas Stars play and the Spaghetti Warehouse up those stairs and to the left in that last picture is pretty good. You can even sit in a little trolly car to eat. Been about 6 years since I've been there though. Don't miss Oklahoma at all but parts of Texas were pretty cool.


Unfortunately there are lots of hustlers by the JFK museum pushing assasination magazines. One guy was gonna sell me one magazine or 5 bucks. I said no thanks!!! He was even all knowlegeable on the subject and stuff.
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I work about 2 miles south of the Stock Yards. Going during the day sucks big time. At night the clubs (mostly country and western) are open and things start hopping. Yes its mostly a tourist thing. The parking is expensive, and the world famous Cattleman's steakhouse is overpriced mediocre food. Get past that stuff and go on a Friday or Saturday night and its no longer tourists but locals.

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