Re: Two Dot, Montana

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From:Tom Kuwahara <>
To:Gayle Callis <>
Date:Wed, 09 Jun 1999 14:47:10 -0700
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Get'em Gayle.  He can't say those nasty things about our beloved home
state although Montana does hold the record for the biggest temperature
swing in 24 hours, 100 degrees from 50 above to 50 below.  I have even
been to TwoDot which is not pronounced TOODOE.  The best one is Ninepipe
which has been rendered as Nin-eee-peepay by out of staters.
Montana ranks 5th in the number of high schoolers going to college in
the nation, 93% literacy rate, and NO sales tax.
Tom Kuwahara

Gayle Callis wrote:
> Hey, watch it!  Two Dot may be isolated, but the only thing it is famous
> for is the rotten cold spells in Winter, -40 below zero, for days on end!
> We in Montana stand together!  Custer found that out the hard way! and there is
> now a speed limit, or we take your tourist spending money.
> Guess Tim got the expected rise out of the land of where buffalo roam!
> Montana, The Last Best Place.
> Gayle Callis
> Montana tried and true!

Thomas J. Kuwahara
Senior Immunohistochemist
Advanced Pathology Systems 
3801 Sacramento St. suite 621 
San Francisco, CA 94118 
415 750 6800 x23067 tel 
415 750 2332 fax

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