I've done a little research on the internet and the only kind I can fine are
the long Cruella De Vil like cigarette holders.
I don't have to take a trip to Aspen to find them? Do I?
Have you tried going to any CVS. Those things are everywhere that sell pipe
Yea , I'm about 30 miles from Albany so I might try that or that place in
Maybe you can keep an eye out for wooden indians for me.
>10 for $2.99.
>Thanks again for your help.
>BTW have you guys noticed you can post binaries here!
>We should really take advantage of it.
Of course you CAN post binaries here....you CAN post binaries to any
USENET group. However you are not SUPPOSED to.
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Civil liberties are black and white issues.
I don't think people think far enough to see the
ramifications. The PATRIOT Act was a dagger in the
heart, really, of even the concept of a democratic
government that is free, equal and just.
-Hunter S. Thompson
Apemankinks pulls his head from his ass and said,"I didn't know that!"
Ugh! Albany ;-) Albany seems to be a running joke to a lot of people I
When I went to Washington state last summer (a place where I could
easily live, I so fell in love with Seattle!) we visited Mt. Rainier,
naturally. It's funny, I can look to the west and see the Rockies, but
Mt. Rainier is bleeping impressive :-D We stopped in a little town -
ooh, somewhere between Yelm and Mt. Rainier...the town consisted of a
post office, a gas station, convenience store and competing cappucino
stands on either side of the road :-D
There was actually a pretty cool place that we stopped for dinner on
the way back - somewhere past Yelm. It was called Dirty Dan's Gay 90s
Pizza Parlor or something like that. It was a pasta/steakhouse/bar of
some sort that had been around *forever*. The decor was charming -
beer and political posters both new and old. They actually had some
old Nixon posters too :-D
Many people call Albany the armpit of N.Y.
The armpit maybe hairy and smelly but it's still needed in order for the
body to operate properly.
I actually appreciated Albany when I was doing a consulting gig there.
Nice little no bullshit airport, Wolf Road is acceptable during the week
for places to stay -- even a coffeehouse that has decent acoustic music on
Friday and Saturday nights.
Great day trips if I was stuck for a weekend -- Cooperstown (Ommegang
Brewery - not the BHOF), Northampton, Woodstock, Lake George all within a
couple of hours drive time.
But I would NOT want to live there!
What about the New Paltz or Woodstock areas?
They don't have CVS everywhere - yet.
At any rate, what's this pakalolo shit? Isn't that something you can