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Poster: firstname.lastname@example.org (Doug Munitz,Sven Olafssen;Maria Munitz)
>>Typo on the site, perhaps? Session 43 is the one coming up in November.
>>Lochmere was session 42.
>Yes,I went back and reviewed my notes. I was mistaken on the univerity
>numbers. Another mistake I made was when I originallly pulled up the MD-1,
>VA-6(now 5) my intention was to assure the original querent to not worry,
>university would be in his backyard soon, statistics favored him. I just got
>overwhelmed by the imbalance and dwelled on that instead of the original
> Again I must disagree with you on Geographical divisions. South Carolina is
>not a Tiny state. It's sq. milage is 30,207, not counting the Ga. side and
>all the outside Ga counties that follow this kingdom. Virginia is 39,700.
>Not that much difference. The next time you watch the Weather channel, look
>at the national map and you will see how the kingdom naturally divides on
>those lines, geographically. Nobody said that the regions had to be perfectly
>equal in sq. milage, but it's closer than you think. OK, you could probably
>add that NC wedge from Charlotte to Wilmington if you like, but that only
>makes the 3 regions even more equal. Now if you are speaking about population
>density, and were dividing the kingdom into equilaterally consistent
>populations, I can see your point and would agree.
> There have been big events at King's MT. over the last couple of years, but
>a big event is not necssarily a kingdom event. It has been improving. It has
>been getting that way recently. But again understand my point: just like I
>said about university, it makes sense because of population distribution to
>have most BK events accessible to the northern population. I just think that
>having most of these events in a central location such as Windmaster's Hill
>makes these events accessible to both the far northern and far southern
>populations. I'm only suggesting that members from all over the kingdom have
>a chance to come and mingle with each other, and not for regional dominance.
>Now, can we stop beating this poor old horse?
> Glad to hear of you coming down. I hope you find this part of the kingdom
>as warm and generous as I have found it to be. I hope to be at crown and am
>locked into University (doing my part for kingdom and region). Would like to
>meet you. Being a strong believer in the Socratic method of teaching, I love
>an animated discussion; I don't care if you agree with me, just as long as the
>thoughts are flowing and the dendrites growing.
> Anyway, I'm about to cause you another headache. Wait til you hear the
>heraldry (protocol) question I'm going to pose. Later.
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