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    San Diego. See everything.


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    only white skinheads eat at Cracker Barrel
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    WRONG


    I love stopping by a Cracker Barrels during cross-country road trips even though I'm not a cracker ass cracker.

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    eggs in a basket, dude.

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    stay away from colorado.

    PS. cracker barrels and waffle houses are strategically placed along the meth highway
    Last edited by J~$$$; 05-09-2007 at 05:29 PM.

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    i was actually thinking about going to alamosa, colorado to visit a friend.

    but now i won't, because i hate you and your state.

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    While in Austin check out Barton Springs, Hamilton Pool, sculpture falls, twin falls. All natural swimming holes. Hamilton Pool is worth the entire drive... you might just stay.
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    If you stop at the Grand Canyon, go to the "transportation desk" at
    Bright Angel Lodge and see if they have any cancellations at Phantom Ranch

    That's a really great thing to do, or at least hike down South Kaibab
    trail a couple miles.
    Then there's always the Dia foundation's Lightning Fields by Walter de
    Maria near Quemado New Mexico...definitely worth visiting sometime!
    Bon Voyage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewiggy View Post
    i was actually thinking about going to alamosa, colorado to visit a friend.

    but now i won't, because i hate you and your state.
    I feel sorry for your friend.















































    because they live in Alamosa.

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    i think i'm gonna leave the grand canyon experience for when my mom, brother and i can all go together. maybe in the fall when it's cooler out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J~$$$ View Post
    I feel sorry for your friend.


    because they live in Alamosa.
    it appears to be quite beautiful there. shes in a homeless outreach program that is set up by americorps. she's done some awesome, selfless things there. and there are beautiful hot springs nearby.

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    Yeah its a nice area I just dont want ur kind in my state NOW GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!!! IM SELFISH YARRRRRRRGGGGGGAHHHHH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw94086 View Post
    you guys barely have mexican food. You're all about the tex-mex
    Oh, Jack...how wrong you are.

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    a long time ago, we used to be friends.

    edit: damnit, downingthief.

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    OMG Lost is on BRB byes, I still <3 you $40.

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    Question : Stops I should make on my Cross-Country drive

    Answer: my pants
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    Quote Originally Posted by ewiggy View Post
    i think i'm gonna leave the grand canyon experience for when my mom, brother and i can all go together. maybe in the fall when it's cooler out.
    The weather is actually rather pleasant at the top. By winter it will be really cold.
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    Because fucking millenials that's what

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    Avoid Four Fucking Corners.
    I like it. It's not my favorite shit in the world, but it's a smart, funny show.

    P.S. I'm gay

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    why's that?

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    Don't they have the Hanta virus or some shit at Four Corners? Yeah, stay away.
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    Because fucking millenials that's what

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    It is hot as balls and uninteresting. Unless you get off on bad Native American jewelry and hash marks etched into the desert floor.
    I like it. It's not my favorite shit in the world, but it's a smart, funny show.

    P.S. I'm gay

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrislasf View Post
    It is hot as balls and uninteresting. Unless you get off on bad Native American jewelry and hash marks etched into the desert floor.
    these are true statements.
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    Louisiana-K-Pauls
    http://www.kpauls.com/

    Dallas-Pappas Brothers
    http://www.pappasbros.com/

    San Diego-Lou and Mickey's
    http://www.louandmickeys.com/

    Anaheim-The Original Pancake House
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    Whiskey Sour

    2 oz blended whiskey
    Juice of 1/2 lemon
    1/2 tsp powdered sugar
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    Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.

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    i'm reviving this. can anyone recommend cheap but safe places for me to stay in New Orleans, Austin, and Phoenix?

    keep in mind that i am female, and traveling by myself. i am considering the Austin Hostel, but i'm not sure yet.

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    You should come by my house and we can party with my bridge club....it usually turns into a drunken freestyle dance party in my living room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    El Paso is nothing but Mexico is right there.
    WTF!

    Ewiggy, El Paso isn't much but believe-you-me Juarez is a scary place these days. The drive from Austin to El Paso is a beast though, and I recommend you staying in El Paso. I'd be happy to tell you different things you can do here, if you do stay here. If you are just passing through here, then there is plenty of stuff in El Paso.
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    Come to Phoenix and watch your skin melt, seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alchemy View Post
    WTF!

    Ewiggy, El Paso isn't much but believe-you-me Juarez is a scary place these days. The drive from Austin to El Paso is a beast though, and I recommend you staying in El Paso. I'd be happy to tell you different things you can do here, if you do stay here. If you are just passing through here, then there is plenty of stuff in El Paso.
    austin to phoenix is about 1,000 miles. i think i can do that in one day. maybe. most i've done before was about 850.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewiggy View Post
    austin to phoenix is about 1,000 miles. i think i can do that in one day. maybe. most i've done before was about 850.
    stop in tucson and stay a night at the congress. you'll be glad you did. you can have a few drinks the night before, then wake up and have a nice leisurely hangover breakfast either at the hotel or at the grill (eggs, pancakes, roasted potatoes, tabasco, juice, another drink, etc.) and then slowly ease yourself into the bland surburban hell that is the majority of phoenix.

    this is good advice, i'm telling you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewiggy View Post
    i'm reviving this. can anyone recommend cheap but safe places for me to stay in New Orleans, Austin, and Phoenix?

    keep in mind that i am female, and traveling by myself. i am considering the Austin Hostel, but i'm not sure yet.
    Here's what you do. When you get to Austin, go to 4th Street (not 6th Street), west of the freeway, til you come to The Gingerman. Go in there, put $5 in the best jukebox on the planet, and have a few beers. They have like 250,000 different ones on tap. Srsly. Start a conversation, mention Okkervil River, and you'll be fine. srsly.
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