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Check this out.

Nuisance -- Thursday, August 08, 2002 -- 12:26:06 AM

A place to let us know of a new website you have discovered, or an old favorite. Any time you go somewhere you think may be of interest, post the link with a short description here.

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Arlene Green -- Thursday, September 09, 2004 -- 10:06:23 PM -- 4140 of 16483
Moulton inspires metanoia.

If you leave you weren't meant be there. The only people who live in MO are those whose cars died on the road and they didn't have enough money to get out before the swirling vortex of strange people sucked them in and warped their brains.

Kathy Barthway -- Thursday, September 09, 2004 -- 10:21:09 PM -- 4141 of 16483

You've been there, I see.

Arlene Green -- Thursday, September 09, 2004 -- 10:49:09 PM -- 4142 of 16483
Moulton inspires metanoia.

I fled there. I've lived many places but MO is the foremost armpit of the universe.

Elizabeth K -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 03:45:11 AM -- 4143 of 16483
I love Jesus, but I drink a little

Is that map supposed to be tiny? I want to see things in detail and can't.

Weaver -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 03:47:24 AM -- 4144 of 16483

Hover your cursor over the lower right corner and then click on the square that appears.

rdbrewer -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 04:06:24 AM -- 4145 of 16483

Barthway, is there a link where we can hear you sing?

Bingo -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 04:31:23 AM -- 4146 of 16483

Here she is, rd.

lime -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 04:53:25 AM -- 4147 of 16483
you can fight it, or you can rock out to it

The girls ADORE the Springfield map. They love The Simpsons.

louisef -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 04:56:18 AM -- 4148 of 16483
Today, I see beauty everywhere I go, in every face I see, in every single soul, and sometimes even in myself.--Kevyn Aucoin

It kind of reminds me of the maps in the Sweet Pickles books (not sure how many others know those). I loved looking at those maps and mapping out the stories and comparing the characters' movements to the maps.

Bingo -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:01:37 AM -- 4149 of 16483

I adore the Simpsons, too. The map made me laugh several times. I'd forgotten a lot of those places.

Louise, I did that with Tolkien's maps, which I also loved.

JennyD -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:29:03 AM -- 4150 of 16483

Doggone it, Bingo. I downloaded that.

kellent -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:35:32 AM -- 4151 of 16483
nobody flunks Satan's Mistress

Presidential campaign commercials from '52 - on.
Sorry if it's been linked before. If the "I like Ike" cartoon style were around today, I'd be more of a swing voter.

Bingo -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:58:15 AM -- 4152 of 16483

That didn't work, honey, so I fixed it for you:

kellent's link

I like that site.

Bingo -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 06:40:49 AM -- 4153 of 16483

Let's play dress-up! Younger girls will like this.

Warning: excessive hearts, flowers, and shades of pink. Extreme girliness, may cause dizziness.

rubberducky -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 03:47:34 PM -- 4154 of 16483
If you really want the thread to die, give it to ducky. theMote's PoJ

Lost Smurfs Episode

(not exactly work friendly)

Kathy Barthway -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 04:25:05 PM -- 4155 of 16483

rd, there is not. I'm working on that. So far the only thing I have in digital format is a bunch of jingles I recorded in MO.

And very funny, Boingo.

Jan Andrea -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:50:16 PM -- 4156 of 16483

Springfield map is awesome, but I wonder which version of each location they used? Springfield is awfully flexible... one day, the power plant is practically in the Simpsons' backyard, the next, it's across town.

Bingo -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:55:27 PM -- 4157 of 16483

The maker explains it a little on his website, but he acknowledges that it can't be 'accurate.'

JayKay -- Friday, September 10, 2004 -- 05:56:10 PM -- 4158 of 16483

Har, I did too, Jenny!

Violet -- Sunday, September 12, 2004 -- 01:06:28 AM -- 4159 of 16483
What Tiny Frogs.

Victorian robots

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