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Hey! I've been to Nevada's capital, Carson City!

I bet there aren't all that many people who have not lived closer than a couple hours drive from there, who can say that ;). Yes, Nevada's seat of government is somewhat set off by itself. Maybe to protect it from corrupting influences ... or, something.

Richard, I could help you fold that map ...

Steve
 

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That, or they were afraid of collateral damage from robbers, trying to bust into the Mint (the U.S. has over it's history had a lot more mints than the four (Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point) we have now. At one time there was a mint in Carson City, along with Charlotte (North Carolina) Dahogena (Georgia) and New Orleans.
 

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FINALLY GOT MY CWP! [CWP= Concealed Weapons Permit}[/SIZE]
Got my gun permit yesterday, then went over to the local gun shop to get a small 9mm for home protection.
When I was ready to pay by credit card for the gun and bullets, the cashier said, "Strip down, facing me."
Making a mental note to complain to the NRA about the gun control wackos running amok, I did as she had instructed.
When the hysterical shrieking and alarms subsided, I found out she was referring to how I should place my credit card in the card reader.
I've been asked to shop elsewhere in the future.
They need to make their instructions to us seniors a little clearer.
Love to all, Sam...
 

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I swear this is a true story

Back when I was in college I relied heavily on the university dining hall for my meals (like most college students) One day when I was sitting down with my friends I mentioned that the meal should be interesting, as I had never had Irish Pot roast before. After I took my first bite someone asked "well, what do you think of it?"

It was at this point I made a VERY unfortunate choice of words. What I meant was "Not bad, tastes sold of like the seasoned cow's tongue my mom used to sometimes cook for us"

What I actually said was, "Not bad; tastes like my mother's tongue."

It took them twenty minutes to stop laughing......and another ten for me to stop going red with embarrasment.

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Actually it was even MORE embarrassing, now that I remember. Since I usually ate my cow tongue warm (I don't like the feeling of the cold congealing fat on the roof of my mouth) I actually said, "my mother's hot tongue"
 
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