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Not important at all, but this particular commercial always makes me laugh: Evil Mapasaurus

My wife tells me that I am a REALLY big "map geek," LOL. :lol:
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Cool.
Reminds me of a time before on-line stuff when drawing a map involved getting buried alive under all these big, impossible-to-fold-back reference maps. I remember cutting corners a few times like omitting a small detail because I did not want to unfold another monster to look up an information
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Cool.
Reminds me of a time before on-line stuff when drawing a map involved getting buried alive under all these big, impossible-to-fold-back reference maps. I remember cutting corners a few times like omitting a small detail because I did not want to unfold another monster to look up an information


Ah yes the rolls and rolls of tract maps that occupied an entire store room downstairs. Now it's got drawers full of old scribecoats and type sticks that we haven't looked at in years. I wonder what will happen to them when we move out of the building?
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