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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 5:34 pm
  

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Ya know, one thing did get past us. I mean what would Mountaineers do in FLORIDA? I mean ain't that like scuba divers in The Sahara? Which does, at least ,bring up a trivia question. What is considered to be the highest mountain in Florida?


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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 5:46 pm
  

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A friend of mine recently visited the highest point in Florida: http://coloradoguy.com/florida-highest-point.htm ... does this qualify as a mountain?


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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 5:50 pm
  

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It may be the highest point, but not the highest mountain..... it's sort of a trick question.......what else would you expect from me?


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Larry wrote:
What is considered to be the highest mountain in Florida?


Magic Mountain, of course! :)

or would it be Space Mountain?


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close, but no banana. how did blunder jeopardy work it's way over here anyway? So we don't fill up the tread with more guesses, I think the answer is Space Mountain, to be found in The Magic Kindom not far from EPCOT of course. We can assume our intrepid Mountaineer clan braved the summit, with perhaps one clan member flying around space in a big easy chair.....???????


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DANG fitzy!! I see you edited your post to add the correct answer after I made my post!!! you can have the banana now, since you helped confuse everyone! it's easy to see why those people you work for hired you!! :D


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I don't know about Lakewood but I thought the highest "mountain" in FLorida was Mount Dora, (beautiful country north or Orlando looks more like Kentucky than FLorida) Arlo is playing sometime soon at the high school. The mountaineers can scale the "peak". Spa/Spaghetti ? Did anyone consult an Italian dictionary ? I like the Clamzo angle but linguine and spaghetti aren't the same thing. Italian restaurants are relaxing but the shrink in 604 calls it "clanging" ie: meaningless association of rhyming words, AKA,......Arlo's goofing on us !!!.....good show Arlo !! Everyone jump up and down on the desk and yell Spaaa--get--eeeeeee. Shrinks always have some kind of dumb clinical word for things that children and blunderites do spontaneously to amuse themselves. You don't stop playing when you get old , you get old when you stop playing. Pass the sauce.


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Maybe Arlo is goofing on us, but did you notice that the collective blunderite consciousness can seem to answer questions that have no answers, as well as ask questions that have no answers?
So, the way I got it figured, so long as we are answering the questions and not asking them, we gotta somehow be right.

On the spaghetti/spa thing, maybe we were thinking too much.
It could be as simple as ingesting too much spaghetti might make spa visits more of a requirement. So maybe it's just a before and after thing.
Not that I think that thinking too much is a bad thing, I mean depending on how your mind works, it may provide very few answers, but much more entertainment that your average tv sitcom.......if not for yourself, for other people maybe. :wink:
Pass the grated cheese please.


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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 3:49 pm
  

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Spaghetti = Chinese

and Spa = Expensive $$$$$$

If you eat too much Chinese Spaghetti you will need more than
a spa and more than a 6 mile HD walk to look like you walked out
of a spa :oops:

Andrea


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So, you are saying that Marco Polo,who brought spaghetti back from China had something to do with this mystery? I know for a fact that he walked more than 6 miles . I hope you understand what I'm trying to say, because I sure as hell don't! :? :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 4:42 pm
  

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Arlo was making a reference to Spaghetti
and the first 3 letters SPA.

My reference was Spaghetti = Chinese and if you eat too
much of it you wont look like to just came out of a SPA **
(meaning fit, toned, beautiful)

a slip of the lips means a pound on the hips** :lol:

ANdrea


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Marco!


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And just so you understand, I understood what YOU were talking about, I just didn't undestand what *I* was talking about. Understand? :wink: :D


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Andrea, let me tell you a secret...don't try to explain things to Larry, it is all too frustrating!


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PSBeaty wrote:
Andrea, let me tell you a secret...don't try to explain things to Larry, it is all too frustrating!


Not if you know how to do it it ain't!
if you want me to understand stuff, you must understand that I speak and write in English, but I think in a conglomeration of Latin, Greek, Sanskrit , Aramaic, Klingon and Pig Latin. So I mean all you gotta do to explain stuff to me is consider this and choose your words accordingly. Is that so hard?


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