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    American Men want to meet you!

    Dan, what about a "single's connection" sub-section to aid in the juxtapositioning of single planners?

    That could also get those lusty city geeks from other boards here and in circulation. All planners deserve a love connection!

    Mail order planning brides...?

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    Married once, asked um 3 times, divorced once.

    Is thinking living in sin is a much better way of life.

    Lol now Im dating an engineer and its nice to have someone that relates to my bitches about work.
    "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." Ben Franklin

    Remember this motto to live by: "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO- HOO what a ride!'"

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    we could prolly piece a wedding together with all of the different pieces we have here...just cross the names off of the invites...so on and so forth...

    hmm...the cyburiba dating game...could be the funniest thing yet...
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    The Planners' Dating Game....

    Bachelor Number 1 - Where do you stand on the issue of growth boundaries?

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    The Planners' Dating Game...(cont'd)

    Bachelor Number 2 -

    If you were a land use designation, what would you be?

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    Re: American Men want to meet you!

    Originally posted by El Guapo
    Dan, what about a "single's connection" sub-section to aid in the juxtapositioning of single planners?
    Dan, if you implement this, can I change my username to "PlanningStudBoy69"?

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    Bachelor Number 3

    If you had the choice of working in city A, which has no sign ordinance regulations (and you couldn't implement any for 5 years) or city B, which has no regulations against Adult Uses. (and you couldn't add regulations for 2 years).......which city would you choose and Why??

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    You guys are scaring me!!!!!!!!! ROFLMAO

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    Re: The Planners' Dating Game...(cont'd)

    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    Bachelor Number 2 -

    If you were a land use designation, what would you be?
    Well I guess that depends on your clasification scheme. I would either be Active Recreation (green) or Commercial (red) becasue my body is an amusement park.

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    my question would be

    Bachelorette #2

    choose

    a) heritage home that needs lots of work, but has lots of potential OR
    b) new house - move in and paint?


    living this scenario right now.

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    Not always a horror story...

    In an effort to encourage Tranplanner to continue with his wedding....a couple of new Gallery pics to show you can have fun getting married!

    http://www.cyburbia.org/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=334

    http://www.cyburbia.org/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=335
    "Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how." -- Edward T. McMahon, The Conservation Fund

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    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    Bachelor Number 2 -

    If you were a land use designation, what would you be?
    I'd be a badly misused historic district in serious need of rehab.

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    Re: The Planners' Dating Game...(cont'd)

    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    Bachelor Number 2 -

    If you were a land use designation, what would you be?
    based on nys orps, i'd be a 591...

    ORPS

    Originally posted by bturk

    ...or Commercial (red) becasue my body is an amusement park.
    classic Costanza!

    BTW...my new name will soon be "l8esman"...
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    I'd like to think I'm a 530, but lately, I've been more of a 446.

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    591 is what i WOULD be...i won't fill in my current state of affairs...i just am going to die lmao if someone admits to being a 436...
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    We don't believe in planners and deciders making the decisions on behalf of Americans. -- George W. Bush , Scranton, PA -- 09/06/2000

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    There's an 885 in my department -- what a nusance!

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    My zone would be the Integrated development zone as permitted under Section 34(4)(b) of the New Brunswick Community Planning Act.

    Basically, you negotiate what you want to do and have it approved by the one in power(ie your significant other)

    see http://www.gnb.ca/acts/acts/c-12.htm

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    Originally posted by GeogPlanner
    we could prolly piece a wedding together with all of the different pieces we have here...just cross the names off of the invites...so on and so forth...
    I've got heaps of satin and chiffon for bridesmaids dresses - is blue your colour, Tranplanner? I also still have my honeymoon air ticket to use...

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    Originally posted by JNL


    I've got heaps of satin and chiffon for bridesmaids dresses - is blue your colour, Tranplanner? I also still have my honeymoon air ticket to use...
    My fiancee has already made the bridesmaids' dresses (she made her own too), but I sure could use the air ticket. Where were you going?

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    Well I'm off to a wedding for an extended weekend, I'll probably check in from my mothers old machine but I'll return Wednesday with a horror story for you......

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    Originally posted by Tranplanner

    Where were you going?
    Just to Australia, a little beach resort on the Sunshine Coast.

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    Actually Tranplanner I was inviting you to wear blue as a bridesmaid for my wedding to Geogplanner, seeing as you "introduced" us... however I think we have a reluctant groom - Geogplanner hasn't shown much enthusiasm. I guess I'll never get to wear that dress....

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    i'm not reluctant...i'm just too excited for words...
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    Originally posted by JNL


    Just to Australia, a little beach resort on the Sunshine Coast.
    I like that "just to Australia" bit. Guess it's all a matter of geography, eh?

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    Originally posted by GeogPlanner
    i'm not reluctant...i'm just too excited for words...
    Excellent recovery, my man. SO smooth.

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