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Re: Canadian Test

In a message dated 1/9/00 9:36:42 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
natures@rea-alp.com writes:

<<  Might have to disagree with you.  Although I have not been in Boston,
 driving in any bigger city in the country of Mexico >>

That's it Monty, go on the hosta-open to disagree with me, huh.

Boston, has huge freeways that merge into two lanes to go through tunnels and 
it happens at what seems like great speed.  They also have traffic circles, I 
guess that once that you get use to it, it no big deal but if you are just 
visiting, watch out.

Of course her in the Queen City we have exit lanes in the fast lane, so going 
down 75 at 70mph  and suddenly the person in front of you slows down to exit. 

The people who design roads are called.............?

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