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Old 09-18-2008, 02:53 PM   #9
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Skegness, England
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Hi DThomsen, how are things in Atlantic City? Do you like living in a seaside resort? I do, it's a bit tacky, all these amusements and rides, but kind of stimulating too. I wouldn't want to live in a `regular city' again. I'm surprised that you say `seaside' in America, I've always regarded it as a old-fashioned British word.
The fairly big thing here (nothing that happens here is ever really that big) is off-shore wind turbines. We have quite a few of them. For quite a while I couldn't decide whether they spoil the view or what, now I've decided that they make the view more interesting.
What kind of dtp do you do? I'm currently creating a nostalgia type publication, lots of things happening, I'll post about it in what I think - and hope - is the right section for them.

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