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Old 12-02-2013, 01:16 PM
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You guys must have no life besides FTE. I might make 1000 by the end of the month but I doubt it.
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I also have a life outside the computer. Actually headed to DC this week on DOD business again. Seems like I'm on the road a lot. Back Saturday night late. Ugh. Hope the weather cooperates 'cause otherwise I sleep in at DCA - not my idea of fun.
Yuck... I lived/worked near DCA temporarily back in the 90's. Hated that place. Took the kido's back to DC for a visit 2 years ago and hated it even more.
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Yuck... I lived/worked near DCA temporarily back in the 90's. Hated that place. Took the kido's back to DC for a visit 2 years ago and hated it even more.
Only visited it once. Wouldn't mind going back to see it again. Maybe in a couple years when the youngest is a little older
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I was in DC once and that was for my senior class trip in 1987 while I was in high school. Would love to go back down that way to visit the memorials that have been built since then.
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I want to see the Smithsonian museums
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TYuck... I lived/worked near DCA temporarily back in the 90's. Hated that place. Took the kido's back to DC for a visit 2 years ago and hated it even more.
I wouldn't want to live near DCA (Reagan National) but I have had pretty good luck getting in and out of DC using Reagan. And the Metro from Regan is a great deal and works really well for getting around.

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Only visited it once. Wouldn't mind going back to see it again. Maybe in a couple years when the youngest is a little older
Every child should have the opportunity at least once to see the memorials and the museums. Best "free" entertainment around. And lots of history!

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I was in DC once and that was for my senior class trip in 1987 while I was in high school. Would love to go back down that way to visit the memorials that have been built since then.
The memorials are the most moving for me. Of course the Vietnam Memorial strikes closest to home because that was "my war" but the WW2, the Lincoln and the Korean are also moving; also the women's veterans memorial. Can't help but shed a few tears at the Vietnam Vets as I visit old friends who didn't come back.

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I want to see the Smithsonian museums
The museums are a constantly changing opportunity to explore science, history, archeolgy and geography, all at the same time. True national treasures.
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Looks like I've entered the Varmint Travel Channel.
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Looks like I've entered the Varmint Travel Channel.
Hi Ken, c'mon along. I have even traveled to your state a few times. Maybe you'll have some recommendations for wonderful sites to see - I haven't found many so far!
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Well you know Shawn...we do have the Cedar Junction State Prison...and...Bondi's Island that you could visit???
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Well you know Shawn...we do have the Cedar Junction State Prison...and...Bondi's Island that you could visit???
State Prison I didn't have to look up but Bondi's Island stumped me. Google is your friend. Hmmm, a garbage dump. How quaint - I presume someone runs tours for the curious??
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Sewage treatment plant for the City of Springfield...also...the local municipal swimming pool...when the agitators are off!!!
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Sounds like Massachusetts
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Settle down there Head Varmint in Charge!!!
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Indeed you are...except when it comes to deer hunting.
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Indeed you are...except when it comes to deer hunting.
A lot of us are in that boat!
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