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Spud McLaren
718679.  Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:42 pm Reply with quote

Tiberius.

 
bobwilson
718724.  Fri Jun 11, 2010 9:16 pm Reply with quote

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Meanwhile, who was born in Riverside, Iowa on 22 March 2233?


Shame on you suze - you mean - who will be born.

 
Ian Dunn
718743.  Sat Jun 12, 2010 2:00 am Reply with quote

suze wrote:
Meanwhile, who was born in Riverside, Iowa on 22 March 2233?


Jesus Christ in the second coming?

By the way, another interesting fact: There are two "Riverside Stadiums" in the North-East of England. One is the home of Middlesbrough F.C. and the other is the home of Durham C.C.C.

 
suze
718759.  Sat Jun 12, 2010 3:13 am Reply with quote

bobwilson wrote:
Shame on you suze - you mean - who will be born.


Good point bob. That is, of course, exactly what I meant!

 
Ian Dunn
718761.  Sat Jun 12, 2010 3:36 am Reply with quote

Returning back the list, I've just come across something really interesting: Iowa has towns called "Laurel" and "Hardy".

You can also find "Laurel" in Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New York and Virginia.

There is also:

* "Laurel Hill" in Florida.
* "Laurel Lake" in New Jersey.
* "Laurel Springs" in New Jersey.
* "Laurel Hollow" in New York.
* "Laurel Park" in North Carolina and Virginia.
* "Laurelville" in Ohio.
* "Laureldale", "Laurel Mountain" and "Laurel Run" in Pennsylvania.
* "Laurel Bay" in South Carolina.
* "North Laurel", "South Laurel" and "West Laurel" in Maryland (no sign of an "East Laurel").

Meanwhile, "Hardy" is in Arizona, Iowa and Nebraska.

That means that both Iowa and Nebraska have towns called "Laurel" and "Hardy" in them.

 
Spud McLaren
718901.  Sat Jun 12, 2010 11:10 am Reply with quote

Ian Dunn wrote:
"North Laurel", "South Laurel" and "West Laurel" in Maryland (no sign of an "East Laurel").
Coastal erosion?

 
Ian Dunn
718904.  Sat Jun 12, 2010 11:26 am Reply with quote

Spud McLaren wrote:
Ian Dunn wrote:
"North Laurel", "South Laurel" and "West Laurel" in Maryland (no sign of an "East Laurel").
Coastal erosion?


Or prehaps it is like Craggy Island. It just broke of in a storm.

 

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