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On Wednesday 05 March 2003 8:20 pm, Peter Clark wrote:
> On Wednesday 05 March 2003 02:03 pm, Tristan wrote:
> > Don't forget Melbourne FL! Are there any Stockholms in the US?
>
>         Five of them, actually: Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey, South Dakota,
> and Wisconsin. I vote for Stockholm, MN, because it's close to where I live
> (well, a lot closer than the Swedish one).
>         While we're at it, there's also Moscow (Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas,
> Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, and Missouri), St. Petersburg (Florida,
> Colorado, and Pennsylvania), London (Arkansas, California, Indiana,
> Kentucky, Minnesota, Ohio, and Oregon), Rome (Georgia, Illinois, Iowa,
> Kentucky, Maine, and New York), Prague (Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma),
> etc.
>         Want to know if you are in actuality a citizen of the USA? Just go
> to mapquest.com and enter your home city (nothing else is required) and
> Mapquest will return a list of locations to choose from. Don't forget
> country names, either; we've got a Holland, Michigan, too. (And in
> Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Indiania, etc...)
>
>         :Peter


As for stupid names, America is not short of them, it seems.  There's a
'Wanker's Corner' in Oregon.  You people really are strange ;-).