Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/04/14

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Subject: RE: [Leica] Re: The loss of any member... (digest V22 #168)
From: "Jeffery L. Smith" <>
Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2002 15:06:34 -0500

My geography up there is pretty hazy. I've always considered Maine to be
a part of Canada ;-)

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[] On Behalf Of MEBerube
Sent: Sunday, April 14, 2002 10:10 AM
Subject: RE: [Leica] Re: The loss of any member... (digest V22 #168)

Gentle point of order...

New York and New England are two ENTIRELY different places and different


New England itself is culturally split between the more crowded Southern

New England (Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island) and very
wilds of Northern New England (Vermont, New Hampshire and my home state

Carpe Luminem,
Michael E. Berube
Not to be an argumentative New Englander...just tired of being
considered a 
Liberal Urbanite because I live in the North East. :)

At 06:29 AM 4/14/02 -0700, Jeffery L. Smith wrote:
>Bad wording on my part. The New Englanders' "tolerance" for fighting 
>means that they are more likely to do it (and not lose sleep over it).
>- -----Original Message-----
>Javier Perez wrote:
>That's funny I'm from New York
>and I've noticed the exact opposite.
>People in the south are more willing to disagree in
>silence or better said let it go, while New Yorkers
>are more likely to jump all over you if you say
>something they don't like. Maybe it's an urban -rural
>thing I've heard Houstonians will jump in quickly too.

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