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1996-05-21 00:00:00 - Re: Amazingly Minor Net-Picking on Gemini - (apriori@his.com)


In article <4nsc2g$hh8@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, adararose@aol.com (Adara Rose) wrote: > The bank was not in Silver SpringS. The name of the city in question is > Silver Spring (Maryland). There IS a Silver Springs (several, in fact), > but not in the Washington area. > > (I mean, REALLY--if they're going to play a scene in my hometown, the > least they could do is get the name right.) > > Sharon > adararose@aol.com Funny, I just moved here to SS and I noticed that too ! P-t-K

1996-05-21 00:00:00 - Amazingly Minor Net-Picking on Gemini - (adararose@aol.com)


The bank was not in Silver SpringS. The name of the city in question is Silver Spring (Maryland). There IS a Silver Springs (several, in fact), but not in the Washington area. (I mean, REALLY--if they're going to play a scene in my hometown, the least they could do is get the name right.) Sharon adararose@aol.com

1996-05-22 00:00:00 - Re: Amazingly Minor Net-Picking on Gemini - (jlhatch@prolog.net)


In article <4nuktr$b1r@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, puddintame@aol.com says... > >In article <4nsc2g$hh8@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, adararose@aol.com (Adara >Rose) writes: > >>The bank was not in Silver SpringS. The name of the city in question is >>Silver Spring (Maryland). There IS a Silver Springs (several, in fact), >>but not in the Washington area. >> >>(I mean, REALLY--if they're going to play a scene in my hometown, the >>least they could do is get the name right.) >> >Well I'm sure some folks mispronounce it in real life too. I live in a >town called Richmond Hill and I'm amazed at how many folks in the vicinity >call it "Richmond Hills" You know, I live in New Jersey, and there are actually people out there who pronounce it "New Joisey"! Doesn't that beat all! Jeff "Livin' in the Skylands" Hatch

1996-05-22 00:00:00 - Re: Amazingly Minor Net-Picking on Gemini - (puddintame@aol.com)


In article <4nsc2g$hh8@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, adararose@aol.com (Adara Rose) writes: >The bank was not in Silver SpringS. The name of the city in question is >Silver Spring (Maryland). There IS a Silver Springs (several, in fact), >but not in the Washington area. > >(I mean, REALLY--if they're going to play a scene in my hometown, the >least they could do is get the name right.) > > Well I'm sure some folks mispronounce it in real life too. I live in a town called Richmond Hill and I'm amazed at how many folks in the vicinity call it "Richmond Hills"