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June 14, 2005

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JJZ

Yep, we have that in some Chicago neighborhoods too.

J

Seen this in places like Livingston and Millburn,NJ, can't speak for the power companies, but the phone company respects this stuff and techs are not to interfere, when a pole is replaced, so is that thing. At times, there would be boards and stuff nailed to poles(for directions/landmarks??), which was a safety concern to old fashioned climbing, which no one (in their right mind) does these days. Religion...I just don't get it.

Mac

I thought this was worth a story, so I told a reporter about it and she'd already written about it. Less than a month ago. I need to read the paper.
http://www.boston.com/realestate/articles/2005/05/29/when_faith_real_estate_converge/

JT

I checked out that Boston magazine article and the advertisement on the left hand side pictured a nice big, juicy red lobster. Oops! Someone better sprinkle some salt on a dead rabbit, turn around three times, and say "oh wah nah tah nah siam" - or the eruv will be totally contaminated!

Greg

Yeah, but I should say, I live "outside the wire" in Highland Park. In one of those places where the wire just won't go.

Pete

Well looky, looky. Mr. Starts & Stops himself reads the WFMU blog.

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