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  1. Upper left, actually...Vittoria Trattoria, right in the Market Square, is one of the best Italian restaurants in Ottawa. Wish it wasn't so friggin' cold up there! Have you been to the Newport in Westboro?
     
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    997. 998, 999... tic tic tic. Gary
     
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  8. Some shots in Waterbury CT after the flood of '55.
     
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    They would look so neat going down the front straight and breaking the cam in the middle. DRAMATIC!
     
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    Wooooohooooooo......Deer Chili anyone?
     
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    Many times just up the street from my accountant...great pizza, but I've never seen Elvis hanging out:D.

    Maybe we'll run into ya at one of the local cruise nites around the city, there's one every nite in the summer.
     
  14. Awww I remember when this thread was only 1 page old, look at it now!!

    Doc.
     
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    Slant sixes looked very cool going down the front straight, breaking the cam and the guts coming out the right side. Ran very well with a lot less cubes.
     
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    Cascade 1920's
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    Not sure if this will be of use:

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    http://www.tazewell-orange.com/stcharles.html

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    1000 pages.
    Time to celebrate like we did when we were kids?
     
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    This new "banking" machine was displayed for the first time at the American Bankers Association annual meeting in San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 25, 1966. Banks of the future may have "tellers" installed in office and apartment house lobbies. Richard Glyer demonstrates how to deposit a check in one. Through the medium of automation he can talk to a teller whom he sees on the television screen. She will answer his questions, cash checks and issue currency from his account. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

    http://www.businessinsider.com/50-awesome-inventions-2010-9?slop=1
     
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