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post #11 of 842 (permalink) Old 03-04-2004, 11:32 AM
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Hehe ! You'd be surprised, from what I hear cricket is popular in some colleges in the USA. And the Canucks play cricket too, even though their World Cup team is made up of ex-pat aussies and poms.....Canada also holds the record for the lowest World Cup Cricket score as well !
Not really. When I lived closer to Columbus I looked into joining a club and playing. Hurt my back (minor) and moved since then so that is out. But the funny thing is that the team was mostly made up by Pakistanis and Indians!

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I've had a skunk in the bed of my Baja once. He was terrorizing our cats' food so i set a trap then released him in to the woods. Yes it did smell. But after a rough 3 washes later the smell died down alot. :-D

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I carried a commercial snow-cone machine and 10 pairs of wooden skis up to Sugarbush from NY in my friend's '00 OB. Aside from that, no good stories; I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of the 2.5XT so I can replace my venerable Honda with my first Subaru.

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3 sleeping people side by side. I had it backed into a tent with the hatch open. Kinda like the azteks, except minus the ugly :P
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subaru drive magazine had some neet stuff in it awhile back.. some lady had like major crates of tomatos in her outback!

personally nothing intresting but a rat that made a nest in my engine bay and ate my battery cables and mad a nest with the fire wall insulation!

... the car was new at the time!


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Today's entry, two 10-foot sections of oak handrail, to install in my parents' house this week. I was able to wrap the red ratcheting straps around the rack and the wood, and cinch them down tight.

Drove past a Chevy Avalanche so new it had a paper license plate, you know that guy looked down from his loft and wondered if he could do that with his rig...
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