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Lurker
10-02-2011, 16:03:18
Saw MDA was leaving forever, so with that fortunate development I'm back forever. New Jersey's in the rear view mirror and I've already got a Montana driver's license.

Note to all: North Dakota in mid-winter can be ungodly cold.

:beer:

MDA
10-02-2011, 16:18:00
My brother-in-law lived in South Dakota for about a year, he has pictures of just the roof and gutters of his house sticking out of a snowdrift (and door, he had to get out somehow).

Your new place looks awesome. :beer:

mr_B
10-02-2011, 16:21:39
I've already got a Montana driver's license.

Tony Montana?
http://sp0.fotolog.com/photo/48/16/120/vinheco1/1213095786585_f.jpg

Funko
10-02-2011, 16:40:07
I was hoping they wouldn't have the internet in Montana. :(

mr_B
10-02-2011, 16:54:32
me too, I hate Montana
and Lurker too o/c

Lurker
10-02-2011, 17:25:15
jj oc

Setting up internet was a pain. We have dsl now and my cable modem was useless, plus I spent untold hours trying to figure out how to use the cheap dsl modem I bought as a bridge to my wireless router, and couldn't do it. So I ended up having to buy the damned wireless dsl modem anyway and now I have an extra dsl modem.

You guys almost lucked out, but not quite.

Venom
10-02-2011, 17:28:36
Good news you'll be too busy getting fucked in the ass by a bear to make any CG meetups in a major city.

Mr. Bas
10-02-2011, 17:28:53
Montana, of all places.

Tizzy
10-02-2011, 18:08:33
It's the only place that'd have him

Lurker
10-02-2011, 18:13:25
My brother-in-law lived in South Dakota for about a year, he has pictures of just the roof and gutters of his house sticking out of a snowdrift (and door, he had to get out somehow).

Your new place looks awesome. :beer:

Snow drifting was a major issue driving through ND. It didn't snow, but it's so damned cold there nothing melts, so whatever they've had hasn't melted and it all just drifts and drifts. Some big truck passes you and you just have to take it on faith there's nothing stopped in the road for the next 100 meters or so.

Thanks about the house. We love it.

Lurker
10-02-2011, 18:14:12
It's the only place that'd have him

Hehe, yeah, state motto is "Showers optional."

Fistandantilus
10-02-2011, 18:18:12
There is Amsterdam, Montana but not Rotterdam, Montana??
Flabbergasting.

zmama
10-02-2011, 18:38:17
Rotterdam, New York!

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
11-02-2011, 02:40:20
Saw MDA was leaving forever, so with that fortunate development I'm back forever.

I left forever then came back forever, too.

Wasn't your avatar a toothless hobo, way back when? Now you've gone from being a toothless hobo to Woody Allen. I didn't think there was anything lower than a toothless hobo; I stand corrected.

MDA
11-02-2011, 02:42:42
his avatar is still in a box, though

Back!
11-02-2011, 14:41:26
I'm always myself forever.

orr maybenot

Dyl Ulenspiegel
11-02-2011, 17:03:10
Do they let people out of Montana again?

zmama
11-02-2011, 17:58:53
nah

Tizzy
11-02-2011, 19:14:12
Hopefully not

Lurker
11-02-2011, 20:13:16
Hopefully yes, or else certain people won't be allowed to visit.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
11-02-2011, 20:42:11
You can check in any time you want but you may never leave.
(Hotel Montana)

jsorense
13-02-2011, 23:58:21
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/30000.html

It looks like "The Big Sky County" has just had a significant increase in its population. Too bad you have such a long border to that Evil Empire to the north. :violin:

It sure is white too.

zmama
14-02-2011, 00:04:01
and old

jsorense
14-02-2011, 00:15:53
Montana looks almost urban compared to Wyoming. Every time I see a car from Wyoming I wonder if anyone is still in the state at all.









did i just hyjack a thred Ha ha

Lurker
14-02-2011, 17:52:59
Wow, some of those demographics are scary.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-02-2011, 18:10:53
105 million households and 130 million housing units?

MDA
14-02-2011, 18:26:38
That's a lot of empty boxes!

JM^3
14-02-2011, 19:03:32
Saw MDA was leaving forever, so with that fortunate development I'm back forever. New Jersey's in the rear view mirror and I've already got a Montana driver's license.

Note to all: North Dakota in mid-winter can be ungodly cold.

:beer:

Is Montana in the winter ungodly cold too?

JM

Lurker
14-02-2011, 19:35:51
Depends on where you are. Some parts are crazy cold, but in the Bitterroot Valley, which is where I live, it tends to be milder. For example, it reached 60 degrees both days this weekend. Of course, within the past two weeks we've also had temperatures in the low single digits, with highs those days in the mid- to upper-teens. The valley doesn't tend to get a lot of snow, either. Completely different story in the mountains, however.

Lurker
14-02-2011, 19:39:03
105 million households and 130 million housing units?

National figures. No wonder housing prices were in freefall. I wonder whether "housing units" includes vacation homes?

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-02-2011, 20:53:44
Should be, but that's only a few million.

20 million empty boxes, that's a high vacancy rate.