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Old 10-19-2007, 10:06 AM
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northeastern pennsylvania........


got appx 3500 miles under my belt, got an '02 back in august.
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YOU TELL 'EM PHILIAM !!
what?
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where in NE PA? Allentown area? Philly?
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I suspect that Jagg was puttin' in a good word for us older folks kg. 'Course you young whippersnappers wouldn't know nothin' 'bout that.
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Java suspects correctly kg. Ain't hard 'a hearing myself.....but I'm not shy about having to speak up so some of my friends can hear me better. tis the least I can do..

I'm from farther north. I live closer to the border of upstate New York.
Northwest of Scranton. I likes to call it " Yonderland"

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"Yonderland"????
Jagg, you start moonwalkin' n' I'm oud'a here.
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Old 10-20-2007, 11:55 AM
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I suspect that Jagg was puttin' in a good word for us older folks kg. 'Course you young whippersnappers wouldn't know nothin' 'bout that.
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that was more of a "HUH?" speak up, I can't hear you...what? Not a "hmmph" what? Make sense? Not to me either...and Java, this is coming to you from Tokyo cause you know I've been everywhere.
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I'm from farther north. I live closer to the border of upstate New York.
Northwest of Scranton. I likes to call it " Yonderland"
I've driven PA from Rt 15 (Harrisburg) to I-287 (Alpha Township, NJ) and from Rt 15 (Harrisburg) to Pittsburg...I understand "Yonder"...cause you can definitely be "out yonder" in some of those areas.
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Cripes! 'Startin' to sound like I got myself mixed up with a bunch'a Air Forcers.
Japan kg?
Curious: how do the red ones handle on big water?
Be well n' don't drink the water.
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Cripes! 'Startin' to sound like I got myself mixed up with a bunch'a Air Forcers.
Japan kg?
Curious: how do the red ones handle on big water?
Be well n' don't drink the water.
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Not AF, just a long postponed vacation to the East. Haven't seen a S2000 anywhere since we've been here...still looking, though.
Come on over, the food is great...
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Old 10-22-2007, 09:37 AM
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"Yonderland"????
Jagg, you start moonwalkin' n' I'm oud'a here.

sorry , must've had too much Jesus Juice when i wrote that.

japan Kg, nice.
makes me want some Unagi......

enjoy the trip, it's a whole different world over there ain't it?

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Old 10-22-2007, 04:14 PM
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sorry , must've had too much Jesus Juice when i wrote that.

japan Kg, nice.
makes me want some Unagi......

enjoy the trip, it's a whole different world over there ain't it?

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A great time in Tokyo (here are the pictures if you want to see a bit of the country. I won't bore you with posting more than one). Eating sushi for breakfast in the fish market is an interesting experience. We're in Korea now for a week or two and then back to reality...(highly over-rated).
This was the view from our room.


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glad you're enjoying yourself kg.

if it wouldn't be to much trouble, please throw a healthy handfull of disdain over the north border, just before you split town.......
thank you in advance for you concern in this matter,

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Sushi? For @*#&in' breakfast?????
Geeeee-e-e-e-e-ez! 'At's enough ta gag a maggot.
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Old 10-23-2007, 01:03 AM
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Sushi? For @*#&in' breakfast?????
Geeeee-e-e-e-e-ez! 'At's enough ta gag a maggot.
Nah, not at all...some extremely fresh fish (caught overnight, sushi the next morning...straight from the fish market to the table)...mmmmm, good.
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glad you're enjoying yourself kg.

if it wouldn't be to much trouble, please throw a healthy handfull of disdain over the north border, just before you split town.......
thank you in advance for you concern in this matter,

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Some rather interesting government people north of here...they're not overly loved by the south. I think we'll have to go a long way to come close to the disdain felt here for the northerners...
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Old 10-23-2007, 04:53 AM
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Originally Posted by kgf3076 View Post
Some rather interesting government people north of here...they're not overly loved by the south. I think we'll have to go a long way to come close to the disdain felt here for the northerners...
Why do you feel disdain for Northerners? Chances are very good we have never met.
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:21 AM
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H2, you make'a da joke'a yes?
I believe they're talkin' Korea.
Oooops! Sorry guys. There I go 'splainin' again.
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:28 AM
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Why do you feel disdain for Northerners? Chances are very good we have never met.
Well, there was the war of Northern agression a couple of years ago...1861 I believe it was, but as Java said, we were talking about North Korea...
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'Godda hand it tooya Kg. 'At's one helluva memory ya got there.
I can only remember back to the '60s. The 1960s.
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Old 10-23-2007, 09:45 AM
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gotta be careful with these threads, when they go all north/south.
(same kinda thing killed Tupac Shakur, except in a east/west kinda way)

we don't want anybody going "Outlaw Josie Wales" on the fine folks here at S2000.com......

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Old 10-23-2007, 09:48 AM
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Josie only did whut he haddadoo.
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Old 10-23-2007, 09:49 AM
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Ohhhhhh....I wish I was in the land of cotton,
old times there are not forgotten,
look away, look awaaaaay, loooook awaaaaaay, dixie land.


remember the ferryman?
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Old 10-23-2007, 01:58 PM
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With equal enthusiasm Jagg. With equal enthusiasm.
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Old 10-23-2007, 04:14 PM
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Well, there was the war of Northern agression a couple of years ago...1861 I believe it was, but as Java said, we were talking about North Korea...
D'OHHH!
There is a good case for reading the ENTIRE thread eh?
I hate having egg on my face when I'm starving.
My work here is done!
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Old 10-23-2007, 04:21 PM
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Yep H2 . . . you're the only one to ever do that. N' that, my friend, if it isn't already crystal clear, is sarcasm by one who's very familiar with the egg/face scenario.
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Old 10-23-2007, 04:51 PM
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mine eyes have seen the glory,
of the coming of the Lord..........

i'm ferrying the opposite way now.


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Old 10-25-2007, 06:15 PM
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Smile

Im in Northern VA as well...Close by Fairfax...
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Old 10-25-2007, 06:43 PM
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so when are we going to have the first NoVA meet?
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Old 11-08-2007, 12:39 PM
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Not sure if I'm missing some post somewhere about this, but does anyone do anything in the Long Island, Queens, Westchester areas? Maybe the spring is obviously the more popular time to get a run together. But I was driving back from the Poconos yesterday and took a more scenic route through the curves and all the leaves are awesome looking right now. I was thinking that would be a nice place to drive through with a bunch of you guys. So I'm down for something either in NY or PA. If the spring is a better time for you who are close to these areas, and no one else is going to set something up..I will put something together. Let me know if you are in...
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Old 11-08-2007, 01:14 PM
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Yeah LD, what they do in LI, Queens n' Westchester is head North or West (East n' South r' kind'a out as Stewie's extremely capable, but it does have it's limits).
But, as you're already runnin' back from the Poconos, it appears that I ain't tellin' ya nothin'. I've found most'a the better drivin' North n' West.
As for meetin' up someplace, I'm always game for that. I jus' ain't big on parades.
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Old 11-09-2007, 05:08 PM
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New owner. 43 degrees today, top down all day...love it.
03, Grand Prix, Black and Tan guts, all stock.......as of right now...

Hope there are some NE get togethers in the spring/summer!
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Old 11-09-2007, 07:09 PM
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Jiggy,
Welcome to the site. You mean to tell me that you have a Pontiac, full of Irish beer, AND the roof is cut off it?
I think you'll fit right in 'round here.

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Weather Report:
Spittin' snow here in pa on and off all week.
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Yeah LD, what they do in LI, Queens n' Westchester is head North or West (East n' South r' kind'a out as Stewie's extremely capable, but it does have it's limits).
But, as you're already runnin' back from the Poconos, it appears that I ain't tellin' ya nothin'. I've found most'a the better drivin' North n' West.
Hey everybody, sorry to be a total hog and post back to back, BUT......"you want driving.......we'll give you driving." I live in the north 'n west of where you're talking about. (headin' for the big water can't be good Java.....at a minimum, ask KG for some pre-"shove off" tips, as I hear the red ones handle it well)

I'm under the impression that stewie was purpose built for driving where I live. I drive some topsy turvy roads, every day, rain or shine, for a very long time , and I'm convinced the Honda-Sans musta been staking the place out for a long while, to get stewie to work so darn good at doing what I need it to do 'round here.

I can't give it a better recommendation.

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Jiggy,
Welcome to the site. You mean to tell me that you have a Pontiac, full of Irish beer, AND the roof is cut off it?
I think you'll fit right in 'round here.

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Spittin' snow here in pa on and off all week.



nice....
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thanks jiggy,


weather update:
frozen iceball this am.



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Well..springtime it is then! I'm thinking we all meet up somewhere in PA in the spring. Maybe some of us go on a run before or after meeting up for lunch or whatever.
And those of us who want to bring their Pontiacs may do so. Jus no drinkin' n drivin'...
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Im from Erie, PA just joined!!
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Old 11-13-2007, 02:54 AM
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Im from Erie, PA just joined!!
welcome! Pull up a chair and join in...most of us are relatively harmless...
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As long as it ain't gonna snow, ain't no reason that some folks in relatively close proximity can't pull a meet at some oud'a the way choke-n'-puke.
Though there'z a number'a die-hard ragg-toppers whut probably don't remember . . . Stewie does godda top n' is very capable'a keepin' it's crew toasty warm.
Jus' 'cause it's cold out ain't no reason for folks to put the brakes on any plans to meet up.
Sure, it's tons more fun with the open sky over your head . . but it ain't a bad ride with the top up too.
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