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--- Michele Davis <michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com> wrote:
> Just an aside, Tom and someone else are both in Ohio, and they both have said
> they are in the Midwest. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but the Midwest ends at
> Indiana, or so I ALWAYS thought.
What can I say? Around here they "think" they're in the Midwest. And I was
thinking that Silicon Valley runs from Seattle to San Jose (or thereabouts) and
the East Coast Corridor is up around Massachusetts and all the rest of us must
be in the Midwest.
Probably why I qualified my location with Ohio, to minimize the confusion.
> Sexist dictionary!
And is the dictionary sexist or the writer of the dictionary? <g>
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