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Old 05-20-2006, 10:45 PM   #1
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How much is tea in China
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Old 05-20-2006, 10:55 PM   #2
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Probably a lot cheaper that the price of gas in Texas...
Or the price of gas anywhere in the damn country :-X
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Old 05-20-2006, 11:37 PM   #3
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How much is tea in China
About $2.25 a cup.
Damn, I wish gas was that cheap
I wonder how much gas costs in China?
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Old 05-21-2006, 06:19 AM   #4
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I agree. I like the static images. I'm sure there still are some dial up folk out there that would thank you for it also.
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Old 05-21-2006, 06:32 AM   #5
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Okay, I can take a hint. Are there really still folks with dial up?
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I think it may be a case of just wanting to click on a pic you want to see rather than watch a whole show also.
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I just assumed that everybody wanted to experince the feelings that I had!
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I still have dial up.....
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I still have dial up.....
Oh a pull start huh?
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That's okay, I can tell if I have to call ya if I'll get a busy signal. :biggrin: I know your awake.
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Old 05-21-2006, 08:02 AM   #11
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I think that the slide shows are cool. Bring it!

But that is coming from a guy who thinks static pics are fuzzy.
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Dial up here also, no fancy highspeed fiber optics on the mountain. Come to think about it, not much infrastructure either. (natural gas, storm sewers, city water, rapid transit or covenants). But that's why I'm here.
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Dial up here also, no fancy highspeed fiber optics on the mountain. Come to think about it, not much infrastructure either. (natural gas, storm sewers, city water, rapid transit or covenants). But that's why I'm here.
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I don't know of anyone that has fiber optic service but that thicker wire in Cable TV handles a fairly good bandwidth.
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Dial up here also, no fancy highspeed fiber optics on the mountain. Come to think about it, not much infrastructure either. (natural gas, storm sewers, city water, rapid transit or covenants). But that's why I'm here.
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Dial up here also, no fancy highspeed fiber optics on the mountain. Come to think about it, not much infrastructure either. (natural gas, storm sewers, city water, rapid transit or covenants). But that's why I'm here.
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No cable tv either. But we can watch the nature channel by looking out the window. On a good day you might see a black bear, bob cat, mountain lion, fox, ermine, marlot and the ever present huge ravens with 6' wing spans.
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No cable tv either. But we can watch the nature channel by looking out the window. On a good day you might see a black bear, bob cat, mountain lion, fox, ermine, marlot and the ever present huge ravens with 6' wing spans.
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Sounds like heaven
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No cable tv either. But we can watch the nature channel by looking out the window. On a good day you might see a black bear, bob cat, mountain lion, fox, ermine, marlot and the ever present huge ravens with 6' wing spans.
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Sounds like heaven
Unless you have small children and pets....Sounds scarey to me. I will stick with my aligators and Panthers and snakes!
I have the dial up thingy in my car and can't see the slideshows there :-X
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No cable tv either. But we can watch the nature channel by looking out the window. On a good day you might see a black bear, bob cat, mountain lion, fox, ermine, marlot and the ever present huge ravens with 6' wing spans.
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Unless you have small children and pets....Sounds scarey to me. I will stick with my aligators and Panthers and snakes!
I have the dial up thingy in my car and can't see the slideshows there :-X
Mighty long phone cord you have, eh?
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