Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by masterwu, Jun 2, 2005.
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world record for [link=http://fastestclapper.com/]number of claps per minute[/link]
War breaks out between Wessex and Sussex
feeling artistic, visit 723.com
724 = 60.3333333333333333333333333333333333333...months
Here is a picture of the boys from last year on 7-26
Hey WOBDZ - didn't "Hometown Days" used to be called "Old Fashioned Days", or am I thinking of something else? By "used to", I mean 20+ years ago.
728 - *insert random fact here*
close, it used to be called Historical Days, or as the locals refer to it "Hysterical Days"
[link=http://www.cubscoutpack729.org/]Cub Scout Pack 729 of Treynor, Iowa[/link]
Funny, I remember the Bobcat, Wolf, and Bear Badges, but not the Tiger Cub badge - guess I must've skipped that one.
Re: Historical Days - ahh yes, that's right. Got my events mixed up - "Old Fashioned Days" was Buchanan, now that I think about it.
A length in feet standard for Canadian boats on the Great Lakes,
The Canadian fleet needs to travel to and from its major cities along the St. Lawrence Seaway so the standard length for the Canadian vessels is around 730 feet (Seawaymax-size). The reason for this standard length, is the Welland Canal which bypasses Niagara Falls. The locks here are only about 800 feet (240 m) long, and for safety reasons, the vessels must be at most 730 feet (220 m).
Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army.
many ended at at war crime trials.
733 reasons to keep this thread alive have already been posted,
I guess I am threatening to come up with more
Per Google Maps, it is 734 miles from South Bend to Stamford, CT. For MusicTrooper, the Stamford Symphony Orchestra will feature the music of John Williams on [link=http://www.stamfordsymphony.org/season/classical.html]April 17/18, 2010[/link].
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Minutes of the 735-th meeting of the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake & Sandy
hhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...........minutes........that reminds me of something
736___my current cough count per day...cough cough....
Click below to see how some scientists have theirs rig for research,