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John Lee
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or both of them, find them confusing. want to book flight ticket, don't know which is the most inexpensive one.
Michael Morris
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I'd go with the one that offers a parachute.
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John Lee
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have you been to california?
Michael Morris
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have you been to california?
Nope. I subscribe to the Archy Bunker theory that God is waiting for all the fruits and nuts to move out there and then is going to send the big shaker and drop'em all into the Pacific. I don't care to be an innocent bystander.
John Lee
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in fact, i have not really been to texas, all my texas experience is limited to inter-state 20. i stop by a resturant in amarillo, there was an all-you-can-eat buffet, but i thought i should treat self well, so i ordered steak. but i got sick because of it!
Michael Morris
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i stop by a resturant in amarillo
And how many cows did you see in West Texas Don? That damn steak probably came off of a dog. Next time you're on I20, come on to Longview, give me a call and I'll grill you up a rare East Texas rib eye. Amarillo :roll: Don't you know that means Yellow in Spanish?
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I don't care to be an innocent bystander.
Innocent. Yeah, right. :roll:


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Paul McKenna
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Originally posted by Michael Morris:
i stop by a resturant in amarillo
And how many cows did you see in West Texas Don? That damn steak probably came off of a dog. Next time you're on I20, come on to Longview, give me a call and I'll grill you up a rare East Texas rib eye. Amarillo :roll: Don't you know that means Yellow in Spanish?

Glad to see that the "Dog food" tradition is alive and well even in the western world!!


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John Lee
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Originally posted by Michael Morris:
And how many cows did you see in West Texas Don?

in fact, i did not see any of them, it was night. but i smelled a lot of them.
Michael Morris
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but i smelled a lot of them.
That was the West Texas women Don. They don't sell douche bags out there.
Michael Morris
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Innocent. Yeah, right.
Relatively speaking. Or maybe I should say I have plausible deniability.
Glad to see that the "Dog food" tradition is alive and well even in the western world!!
Well as Mel Gibson said in The Patriot "Dog is a fine meal."
John Lee
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texas is ok, but the prettiest place i have ever been to in the US is probablly arizona. well, i try not to be too far off the topic.
Bhushan Jawle
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Air India in international carrier. Indian Airlines flies within India(+ Bangkok I think). In one of the posts you had mentioned u were in Japan, so amongst the two, the only choice you have is Air India(03-3214-1981 Tokyo office of AI) Actually it is cheaper if you contact any agent (03-3491-7822 Jetset Inc. the agent I get my tickets to fly to India from Japan)
John Lee
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so roughly how much is the round trip between US and india?
Arjun Shastry
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Originally posted by Don Liu:
so roughly how much is the round trip between US and india?

From Tokyo,you don't need to go to US to come to India. .Air India or Japan Airlines direct flight must be there or may be with one stop at HK or SG.
Now the trip between India and US should be between $1200 to $1500(Delta is generally $1200 ecomony class)Air India is slightly higher,yet service is not good.I have given this large range is bcos you haven't metioned your source and destination cities.
By the way when are you expected in India?
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John Lee
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thanks!
John Lee
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by the way, you seems on your way to the college basketball hall of fame
SJ Adnams
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Don is on his way to india?
where next? LONDON???
John Lee
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Originally posted by Simon Lee:
Don is on his way to india?
where next? LONDON???


i wish!
John Lee
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euraka!
it is air india!
Arjun Shastry
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Great,When is your arrival expected?Which city? Kolkata?Mumbai?Delhi?
 
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