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Where the Fugawee?
Post by EdThomas   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:35 am

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The best I can do for maps is Buckley's latest map on the fifthimperium site.
1. Is that Cornell thing available to the average bear?
2. Where are more up-to-date maps than Fifthimperium's?
Many thanks.
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by isaac_newton   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:37 am

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EdThomas wrote:The best I can do for maps is Buckley's latest map on the fifthimperium site.
1. Is that Cornell thing available to the average bear?
2. Where are more up-to-date maps than Fifthimperium's?
Many thanks.



whats a fugawee?
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by Weird Harold   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 5:43 am

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isaac_newton wrote:whats a fugawee?


Ancient Native American Tribe. When they emerged from the Bering Land Bridge and Ice Corridor they all exclaimed, "Where the Fugarewe."
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Answers! I got lots of answers!

(Now if I could just find the right questions.)
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by isaac_newton   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 6:47 am

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Weird Harold wrote:
isaac_newton wrote:whats a fugawee?


Ancient Native American Tribe. When they emerged from the Bering Land Bridge and Ice Corridor they all exclaimed, "Where the Fugarewe."



DOH! fell into that one, didn't I?
:oops: :lol:
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by Weird Harold   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 7:57 am

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Weird Harold wrote:[

Ancient Native American Tribe. When they emerged from the Bering Land Bridge and Ice Corridor they all exclaimed, "Where the Fugarewe."



isaac_newton wrote:DOH! fell into that one, didn't I?
:oops: :lol:


Not really. The joke is probably older than I am (nearly 70); it's not surprising that you haven't heard it before. :D
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Answers! I got lots of answers!

(Now if I could just find the right questions.)
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by PeterZ   » Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:01 pm

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EdThomas wrote:The best I can do for maps is Buckley's latest map on the fifthimperium site.
1. Is that Cornell thing available to the average bear?
2. Where are more up-to-date maps than Fifthimperium's?
Many thanks.


I believe the Bay of Alexov is the body of water that appears to be land locked south east of Claw Island. HFQ has textev that there are narrows leading the Bay of Alexov to the Sea of Harchong. Yu-Kwau is on the southeast corner of that bay and 700 miles south of the Equator. One suspects the St. Lerys foundry is nearby along the coast of the bay if not in Yu-Kwau. It appears then that the Emperor's new capitol is right on the front door of the ICN's primary base in the region. I doubt their Gulf bases are nearly as well developed yet.
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by Michael Everett   » Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:49 pm

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Weird Harold wrote:Ancient Native American Tribe. When they emerged from the Bering Land Bridge and Ice Corridor they all exclaimed, "Where the Fugarewe."

isaac_newton wrote:DOH! fell into that one, didn't I?
:oops: :lol:

Weird Harold wrote:Not really. The joke is probably older than I am (nearly 70); it's not surprising that you haven't heard it before. :D

Truly a classic example of Schmuck Bait.
Similar to the classic yet individual Henway (always singular), or the incomparable Updog.
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by isaac_newton   » Sat Nov 24, 2018 5:08 pm

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Michael Everett wrote:
Weird Harold wrote:Ancient Native American Tribe. When they emerged from the Bering Land Bridge and Ice Corridor they all exclaimed, "Where the Fugarewe."

isaac_newton wrote:DOH! fell into that one, didn't I?
:oops: :lol:

Weird Harold wrote:Not really. The joke is probably older than I am (nearly 70); it's not surprising that you haven't heard it before. :D

Truly a classic example of Schmuck Bait.
Similar to the classic yet individual Henway (always singular), or the incomparable Updog.


Fingers in ears! I can't hear you!!!
wanders off whistling... let someone else fall for those!
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by justdave   » Sun Nov 25, 2018 6:10 pm

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whats a fugawee?


closely related to Hekawis tribe, lol

also an old fart reference!
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Re: Where the Fugawee?
Post by Mark Time   » Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:16 pm

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justdave wrote:
whats a fugawee?


closely related to Hekawis tribe, lol

also an old fart reference!


Well the Hikawis had to be acceptable for prime time TV back in the 60’s. The Fugawee’s would never have made it past the network censors.

P.S. - Why was it "F Troop"
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