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Old 04-01-2009, 09:12 PM   #46
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Lol. Superlambbanana.
that damn thing makes me laugh everytime I see photos of it.

Here is my home town:



my favorite square:




Downtown ATL in smog.


The Tornado that hit downtown Atlanta last year
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:19 PM   #47
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HAHAHAHAAHAHA I didn't notice that till now!! omg so funny
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My childhood home, over 100 year old farmhouse in the city, was the original house on that square mile block, now dilapidated and foreclosed.


My photo from 4th of July


Fountain Street Church, where U2 played before I was born (not my picture)


Palin and McCain at Ford's grave downtown


The Ada Bridge, people are obsessed with this thing, like for engagement photoshoots and pics of kids running across (not my picture)


The Calder statue thingy. I guess this is like our mascot or whatever. I don't really "get it", never have.


The BOB (Big Old Building) - several floors of restaurants, pubs, and clubs. Sometimes I go there to see U2 tribute bands.


My parents' house, build by my grandpa and great-grandpa
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:41 PM   #49
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i've lived in several cities over the years but i still consider this to be my home town. plus i'll be living there soon (fingers crossed) wif my soon-to-be-husband!






plus it gives me an excuse to post pics i took from my old neighbourhood:









the last couple pics could look better but i took them from my car so i had to keep the flash off. boo.
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:47 PM   #50
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damn, that's a beautiful city.
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:49 PM   #51
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damn, that's a beautiful city.
ut us! i mean, look at all that water

and two incline railroads
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:49 PM   #52
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i've lived in several cities over the years but i still consider this to be my home town. plus i'll be living there soon (fingers crossed) wif my soon-to-be-husband!

I was just there Friday (my first time there)! I'm so proud of myself -- I didn't even get lost!
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ut us! i mean, look at all that water
pittsburgh is going to bring the awesome

plus, real winters
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I was just there Friday (my first time there)! I'm so proud of myself -- I didn't even get lost!
lucky and awesome!
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pittsburgh is going to bring the awesome

plus, real winters
average high in january is 35 (2 c) wif 2.59" (65.8 mm) of precipitation in the whole monf. wif those temps you know it's not all rain
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average high in january is 35 (2 c) wif 2.59" (65.8 mm) of precipitation in the whole monf. wif those temps you know it's not all rain
aw yeah. i'm over this consistent weather year-round.
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aw yeah. i'm over this consistent weather year-round.
honolulu has consistent weather year-round
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average high in january is 35 (2 c) wif 2.59" (65.8 mm) of precipitation in the whole monf. wif those temps you know it's not all rain
Avg high of 2!!!!

enjoy getting out of bed for work in the mornings guys! hot tip form someone who lives where there are cold (not that codl though!) winters, have a few bath mats in the bathroom for walking on in the night/early morning
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honolulu has consistent weather year-round
this is true, but it isn't shitty auckland weather. it's honolulu. plus we'll bof appreciate it after living in pittsburgh
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lucky and awesome!
And the other drivers were really nice. That's a big plus in my book! Made a good impression on me.
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