Re: West Virginia Mary < Where is the Masion Dixon
Posted by Mary on 7/22/03
I finally have that answer for you:
"Mason-Dixon Line, boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland (running between lat. 39°43'26.3"N and lat. 39°43'17.6"N),
surveyed by the English astronomers Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon between 1763 and 1767."
Hope this helps.
On 7/21/03, johncodie wrote:
> On 7/20/03, Mary wrote:
>> Hey Johncodiethecrazyengineer:
>> I'm sorry, but could you perhaps rephrase the question? I don't understand what you are asking.
>> Best Regards,
>> Did you have a pleasant 4th of July holiday?
> It was so hot the salad mix in the frig wilted. Does that mean it had mold? Little blue bird that you had been watching
> for flew down and told me you use to be a RN. That why you and Connell know so much about why people can't possibly be
> sick. You don't remember the famous rebuttal of why the insurance industry company should not have to pay any more than
> face value of a policy. That was your best rebuttal in months. I may be the village idiot, but I can remember when a
> persons performance was at its best. When do you think they will start letting you litigating full time?
> If an attorny goes to an inspection, does that not mean he can, or can not be called as a wittness?
> Could you tell us your new basis; for being a new and improved Mary? Is Mr. Connel still your mentor?
> If you can't remember; then it's Ok, most professionals have a limited, or memory of choice. That might be why they keep
> changing professions.
> Have you started grooming like the rest of those power tie attorny's?
> You guys and gals just tickel me silly.
> I have been known to snort and grunt when I think it is really funny.
> If you can't remember; just share with us something profound that you have learned new!
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