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    What is your hometown known for?

    My hometown is known for the invention of Coke a cola and for being the location of the last battle of the civil war which was fought months after the war was over but the telegram hadn't been received yet. Coke a cola was actually invented by a civil war fighter. Columbus Ga

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strokeofluck2020 View Post
    My hometown is known for the invention of Coke a cola and for being the location of the last battle of the civil war which was fought months after the war was over but the telegram hadn't been received yet. Coke a cola was actually invented by a civil war fighter. Columbus Ga
    Columbus Georgia I know it well

    Spent 16 weeks there, on sand hill lolz..

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    My hometown is known for the invention of Coke a cola and for being the location of the last battle of the civil war which was fought months after the war was over but the telegram hadn't been received yet. Coke a cola was actually invented by a civil war fighter. Columbus Ga
    Columbus Georgia I know it well

    Spent 16 weeks there, on sand hill lolz..
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    I spent a summer at Ft Benning in 1990. I'm from the North and had never before been to the South and so I'm sure you can imagine how hard a Georgia summer might've been on a Yankee.

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    Home of Bryan Micon, DirtyB, Jared Fogle, CTH and the 500 mile race. The motherfucking Pacers. Biggest state capitol in the USA. And most importantly, very diverse. Arguably the most integrated city on the planet.

     
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    Summers here are brutal. 99 degrees with humidity feels like 110. Sand hill was pretty much in my backyard of my childhood home. I feel sorry for the soldiers who have to go through basic training in this heat.

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    o shit vegina saskasnatchawan.
    all hail Hydra



    Originally Posted by DanDruff:Since I'm a 6'2" Republican with an average-sized nose and a last name which doesn't end with "stein", "man", or "berg", I can hide among the goyim and remain undetected unless I open my mouth about money matters.

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    o shit vegina saskasnatchawan.
    that was funny huh?

    anyway ill finish this for you...


    University of Regina Carillon Interview

    October 1970
    Interviewed:
    David Gilmour
    Nick Mason
    Richard Wright
    Roger Waters
    Steve O`Rourke

    [Due to the recording techniques -according to the transcriber- it was 'iffy' about who was exactly speaking in some parts of this interview, therefore, the initials _PF_ will be representative of one of the 5 people interviewed when not identifiable]



    A Pink Think with the Floyd

    The Concert

    Sunday night, at 8:30, Pink Floyd gave one of the finest performances ever seen by this reviewer. It was held in the Centre of the Arts, and the brilliant acoustics of the hall heightened considerably the experience. They did two one-hour sets. The first set brought everyone to the edge of the cliff, the second pushed the audience over.

    Pink Floyd's music defies comparison. They are melodic Frank Zappas. They played with skill, they were precise, they were tight. To secure such effects, playing live, playing inventive music requires more than most girls can muster, Pink Floyd brought it off very well. The highlights of the concert were Cymbaline, Be Careful with That Axe, Eugene, Atom Heart Mother, and Saucerful of Secrets.

    full interview here...

    http://www.pink-floyd.org/artint/urc101970.htm
    all hail Hydra



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    Quote Originally Posted by country978 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by garrett View Post

    Columbus Georgia I know it well

    Spent 16 weeks there, on sand hill lolz..
    .

    I spent a summer at Ft Benning in 1990. I'm from the North and had never before been to the South and so I'm sure you can imagine how hard a Georgia summer might've been on a Yankee.
    yeah im from New Jersey

    Spent my first ~30 years in Jersey, last 10 in Florida now (aside from the cpl like this in the bayou lolz). After Ft Benning got stationed at Ft Polk in Louisiana, so not much better climate wise there, good food tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
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    Soon it will be known for being underwater. Canít happen soon enough.

    The Schadenfreude is strong in this Libtard. A clear sign of a disturbed mind. Not a healthy mental condition to have. You should seek counseling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
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    Soon it will be known for being underwater. Canít happen soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron Von Strucker View Post
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    o shit vegina saskasnatchawan.
    that was funny huh?

    anyway ill finish this for you...


    University of Regina Carillon Interview

    October 1970
    Interviewed:
    David Gilmour
    Nick Mason
    Richard Wright
    Roger Waters
    Steve O`Rourke

    [Due to the recording techniques -according to the transcriber- it was 'iffy' about who was exactly speaking in some parts of this interview, therefore, the initials _PF_ will be representative of one of the 5 people interviewed when not identifiable]



    A Pink Think with the Floyd

    The Concert

    Sunday night, at 8:30, Pink Floyd gave one of the finest performances ever seen by this reviewer. It was held in the Centre of the Arts, and the brilliant acoustics of the hall heightened considerably the experience. They did two one-hour sets. The first set brought everyone to the edge of the cliff, the second pushed the audience over.

    Pink Floyd's music defies comparison. They are melodic Frank Zappas. They played with skill, they were precise, they were tight. To secure such effects, playing live, playing inventive music requires more than most girls can muster, Pink Floyd brought it off very well. The highlights of the concert were Cymbaline, Be Careful with That Axe, Eugene, Atom Heart Mother, and Saucerful of Secrets.

    full interview here...

    http://www.pink-floyd.org/artint/urc101970.htm
    That is trippy dude. Not familiar with Carillion till now. So you went to Regina U?
    And you interviewed Pink Floyd 1970 at the Centre of the Arts (a magnificent facility)?


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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Baron Von Strucker View Post

    that was funny huh?

    anyway ill finish this for you...


    University of Regina Carillon Interview

    October 1970
    Interviewed:
    David Gilmour
    Nick Mason
    Richard Wright
    Roger Waters
    Steve O`Rourke

    [Due to the recording techniques -according to the transcriber- it was 'iffy' about who was exactly speaking in some parts of this interview, therefore, the initials _PF_ will be representative of one of the 5 people interviewed when not identifiable]



    A Pink Think with the Floyd

    The Concert

    Sunday night, at 8:30, Pink Floyd gave one of the finest performances ever seen by this reviewer. It was held in the Centre of the Arts, and the brilliant acoustics of the hall heightened considerably the experience. They did two one-hour sets. The first set brought everyone to the edge of the cliff, the second pushed the audience over.

    Pink Floyd's music defies comparison. They are melodic Frank Zappas. They played with skill, they were precise, they were tight. To secure such effects, playing live, playing inventive music requires more than most girls can muster, Pink Floyd brought it off very well. The highlights of the concert were Cymbaline, Be Careful with That Axe, Eugene, Atom Heart Mother, and Saucerful of Secrets.

    full interview here...

    http://www.pink-floyd.org/artint/urc101970.htm
    That is trippy dude. Not familiar with Carillion till now. So you went to Regina U?
    And you interviewed Pink Floyd 1970 at the Centre of the Arts (a magnificent facility)?

    the Carillon was a must read for music fan's

    LOL NO and no, was to young. I went to S.A.I.T. in moose jaw but had some pretty cool friends from south regina... I had herd first hand experiences from the show apparently many attendees were very high on purple micro dot.
    all hail Hydra



    Originally Posted by DanDruff:Since I'm a 6'2" Republican with an average-sized nose and a last name which doesn't end with "stein", "man", or "berg", I can hide among the goyim and remain undetected unless I open my mouth about money matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron Von Strucker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post

    That is trippy dude. Not familiar with Carillion till now. So you went to Regina U?
    And you interviewed Pink Floyd 1970 at the Centre of the Arts (a magnificent facility)?

    the Carillon was a must read for music fan's

    LOL NO and no, was to young. I went to S.A.I.T. in moose jaw but had some pretty cool friends from south regina... I had herd first hand experiences from the show apparently many attendees were very high on purple micro dot.
    Brother from another mother. Me and my older brother did two hits of purple microdot in Vegas cause the first hit took so long to take effect. It was fear and loathing for many hours from then on
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ_Chaps View Post
    The largest pre nuke man made explosion, Keithís beer, Crosby/MacKinnon/Marchand and me obv lol

    Also: Deadmau5 debuted the mouse head here on a stage I have rocked a plenty.
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