Where is this?

Sunday, May 27, 2007
Skookumchuk was much faster to solve the puzzle than I expected yesterday so I'm going to have to start making these a little harder.



Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Indianapolis

8 comments:

Skookumchuk said...

Man, this one is really tough. Made worse by the fact that the brown building in the foreground seems somehow familiar.

Seneca the Younger said...

Looks like Philly.

Skookumchuk said...

Doesn't seem nearly dense enough for Philly.

Skookumchuk said...

Austin.

Skookumchuk said...

With the state capitol dome in the upper left.

Doug said...
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Doug said...

With all due respect, imho, the tone and tenor this blog apes that ot the Dude who Fiddled while Rome burned.

To avoid this, I would keep Terrye's post at the top of the heap until someone else posts on the immigration issue.

Thank you, Terrye, for expressing your view on the single most important issue facing us today in terms of the future survival of this country as we know it.
As you know, I disagree w/you chapter and verse! ;-)

PS
The reason I consider this urgent is the extremely short time horizon on this issue.
If our corrupt non-leaders pass this Bill, you can kiss your children's future goodbye in terms of enjoying the blessings of freedom and opportunity we did, fought, sacrificed, and died for by OUR unparalleled ancestors.

Thank you for your tolerance and forbearance.

Seneca the Younger said...

Doug, with all due respect, get your own goddamn blog; then you can put whatever you like at the top.

The notion that this is the "single most important" issue to come up this session is hysteria. Put out the fire in your own hair before you complain about your neighbors.