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30th-Jan-2004 09:51 am
toyz

I guess it does sort of put things in perspective.

But, bleah.

And yes, it's the same color scheme as before, if you really care about working out what all this means.

Update:
Yes, that's not your imagination, I did add West Virginia.

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30th-Jan-2004 10:09 am (UTC)
I guess what I wonder is, how you can remember things at this granularity. I mean, certainly interstate corridors and places-you-lived-a-lot would be easy for me to remember, but I could never classify other counties into the other categories with any certainty.
30th-Jan-2004 03:48 pm (UTC) - Re:
Well, I'll admit that, strictly speaking, I'm probably missing a couple of orange counties in Pennsylvania (I really don't remember every last HoJo stop from 30 years ago or every last McDonalds dose in the more recent excursions). Then again the real point of orange is that the place had something slightly more memorable to it than Interstate highway median.

Also, given the rhythm of the various trips, there aren't actually that many places where it makes sense to stop for food, so I'm pretty sure I'm not missing too many of the orange counties.

The blue/green counties cover a multitude of sins; all I need is the existence proof of one overnight stay and I'm done (i.e., I don't have to remember a damn thing about restaurants).
Remembering overnight stays (at least when they're far afield) is pretty easy for me.
30th-Jan-2004 10:36 am (UTC)
um, so...

...where is this? Gondor?
30th-Jan-2004 12:33 pm (UTC) - Re:
It's the northeast. New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, etc.

Clearly, I married a lunatic.
30th-Jan-2004 01:56 pm (UTC) - Re:
Oh well. At least he has talent.
30th-Jan-2004 03:49 pm (UTC) - Re:
NO HIRE
30th-Jan-2004 10:37 am (UTC)
Now I want to play 10 Days In The Tri-State Area.
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