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Old 06-06-2005, 05:07 PM   #21
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That's good, though, if you have a GE fridge......
During the winter in Minnesota, you really do not need a freezer - just store your meat in the garage.
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I think that's what they meant. GE appliances have been getting abused around here lately.

In that Google search post dory36 had there were many links here from people who were searching for GE appliances, so the gripes have been registered.
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During the winter in Minnesota, you really do not need a freezer - just store your meat in the garage.
And if you go the bathroom on it everyday, it turns into lutafisk before spring.

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I just came back from the weekend in Victoria. I love it there. And it has the best weather in Canada which, no, doesn't compare to California but is a helluva lot better than the US midwest or northeast. Lots happening culturally too.

But between British Columbia and Costa Rica for ER, I think I'll still pick Costa Rica.* Of course, being as I can't even PT work in Costa Rica at all, it really enforces the R in ER.
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