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    Re: Mary < **The Revised Mason-Dixon Line**

    Posted by ff on 8/12/03


    Well, Hey Mary,

    Where ya' been? That's an interesting site, U of A, sqirrel city, but you'll like David M. Newell's book "If Nothin Don't Happen" better because
    you'll, well it's kind of like music, if you have to read to play, you don't know how to play. Once I thought it was good if you could play
    someone else's solo, until a real musician asked "why would you want to do that"? Of course that wasn't Charlie Parkerthat said that to me, but
    he did know and admire him. Anyway, as you say, go figure?

    I guess I owe johncodie for stirring up my interest in The Old South, what with his insistence on referring back to the way way things used to
    be, they ought' still be that away. Can you say something rude to Ridge, just for kicks?

    ff


    On 8/12/03, Mary wrote:
    > Hey Y'all:
    >
    > I found a southern communication resource:
    >
    > http://netsquirrel.com/crispen/word.html
    >
    > I'm ready now. Talk that talk.
    >
    > Mary
    >
    >
    > On 8/08/03, ff wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Mary:
    >>
    >> You can straighten this out. You'ns, You's guys, yinz, ya'll, all ya'all.. The largest city in this Florida county is a retirement
    >> community for norther retirees. I question the applicability, or usefulness of the imaginary Mason-Dixon line, as true southerners are
    >> getting harder to find. Johncodie will no doubt appreciate this: the worst thing I've ever heard is an actor trying to talk southern.
    > Years
    >> back, I believe it was Huey Long? Anyway, someone argued that "yankee" bees were cross breeding with southern bees, and ruining the
    > honey.
    >> POssibly the mold in the south is coming from the influx of northern retirees bringing mold contaminated materials into the state. Maybe
    > the
    >> Department of Agriculture Inspection Station should start checking for more than plants, and see about this mold thing. We have a mutitude
    >> of problems ranging from bees to mold to northerners feeding the 'gators, that eat people when you don't feed them, usually southerners.
    >>
    >> If a Mason Dixon line had to be established today, it'd be a tough job. Mary, take a break, order a book "If Nothin' Don't Happen" by David
    >> Newell. I'm fixin' to go see if I can find my ol' copy, you'll love it, laugh a lot, and learn a little on speakin' southern.
    >>
    >> ff
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> On 8/07/03, Roc wrote:
    >>> Yinz guys aren't making sense now. A revised Mason Dixon Line?
    >>>
    >>> Yinz should stay on opposite sides of the line.
    >>>
    >>> Sorry Mary, I have no questions on MCS. Roc
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> On 8/07/03, Mary wrote:
    >>>> Hey roosta:
    >>>>
    >>>> Now I'm really troubled... Highway construction work and detours could touch off another civil war. Oh my. (OH MY, YINZ!!!)
    >>>>
    >>>> Best regards,
    >>>>
    >>>> Mary
    >>>>
    >>>> On 8/07/03, roosta wrote:
    >>>>> On 8/03/03, Mary wrote:
    >>>>> I finally have that answer for you:
    >>>>> "Mason-Dixon Line, boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland
    >>>>> (running between lat. 3943'26.3"N and lat.
    >>>>> 3943'17.6"N),
    >>>>> surveyed by the English astronomers Charles Mason and Jeremiah
    >>>>> Dixon between 1763 and 1767."
    >>>>> Hope this helps.
    >>>>> The Revised Mason-Dixon Line starts at I-10 Exit 199 in Az, runs east to Exit 187 in Texas,
    >>>>> continues east to DFW,thence to Exit 22 in Ga, thence runs south to I-10 Exit 83 in Fl.,
    >>>>> thence runs west to POB.

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