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Re: Re: A proper introduction


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Posted by Zenia on October 31, 2004 at 09:54:39 from (68.123.111.190):

In Reply to: Re: A proper introduction posted by toolman on October 31, 2004 at 08:43:18:

Sounds like a lovely place you live. You would positively suffocate where I am. So many hundreds of thousands of people. Had a guy go road rage on me - turned out he lives down the street. I wonder if he even knows, or cares that it was me he nearly ran off the road because I was not going fast enough for him.

Traffic gets worse & worse all the time. I lived in a very rural county in the north-eastern corner of California for a summer, working at a state park (Burney Falls). I remember a Native American woman there who was married to my supervisor - she said she could not visit the city, the smell of the asphalt made her literally ill - she would vomit. I believed her. I feel so much healthier when I'm in the country.


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