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    05-01-2021, 12:42 PM
    Voluntarist replied to a thread I am in love in Open Discussion
    You may need approval and buy-in from her girlfriends
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    04-29-2021, 04:22 PM
    Try this: https://www.mountainoakvapors.com/product-p/menthol-a.htm It's meant as an additive for vape juice, but I'll bet you could brush it on your cigarettes
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    04-20-2021, 08:37 AM
    Robotic phone answering services. Skip forward to about 4:30
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    04-10-2021, 08:54 AM
    Hold on there Marsh. I remember you. You were that Obama supporter back in '08
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    04-07-2021, 06:33 PM
    I grew up about 30-35 miles south of Lake George. It's a good place to go prior to Memorial Day and after Labor Day; but stay away during the peak season unless you like crowds. There's the lake itself - swimming, canoeing, kyacking, water skiing, parasailing. And there's the Lake George Steamboat Company if you'd like to tour the lake in the Minnehaha paddleboat. At the south end of the lake is the restored Fort William Henry ... which you may recall as the British fort that the French set ablaze in "Last of the Mohicans". If you like hiking up mountain trails, there's a lot available. Prospect Mountain is on the southwest end of the lake and overlooks the village. It's has a moderate to high level of difficulty - rather steep in spots, and the trail at the bottom can best be described as a boulder strewn gully. But you can also drive to the top for a small fee (or park halfway up and then hike the top half of the mountain). There's also numerous other trails on the east and west sides of the lake. There's a number of Adirondack museums (included in this list) within an hour or so of Lake George - my favorite is the one at Blue Mountain Lake. And if you go there, then you might want to consider hiking Blue Mountain (really great views).
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