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Florida people

Postby Sykotic1189 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:27 pm UTC

I gotta know, is anyone in or even near the Panama City area? The only person I can ever expect to meet with is my friend down the street.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MotorToad » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:52 pm UTC

I and at least one other person exist in Pensacola. With the heat and the high average dumb outside I don't go around much. :)
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sykotic1189 » Tue Jun 24, 2008 1:11 am UTC

Yeah, the dumb levels here can be pretty high here
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Re: Florida people

Postby INFOHAZARD » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:57 am UTC

I'm in Thomasville, GA. I'll party.
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Re: Florida people

Postby INFOHAZARD » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:58 am UTC

Sykotic1189 wrote:Yeah, the dumb levels here can be pretty high here



Who's dumb here? I think none.

In fact, Randal has cultivated quite the August crowd.
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sykotic1189 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 1:06 pm UTC

Sorry, I meant in Florida, not the forums.
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Re: Florida people

Postby psypete » Fri Jun 27, 2008 6:03 pm UTC

that applies down here, too.... could be the antisocial nerd in me but i don't know a single person down here that reads the comic. broward/miami/palm beach: wtf??
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sykotic1189 » Fri Jun 27, 2008 8:16 pm UTC

I'm sure there are people who read, just not enough willing and adventurous enough to go driving around meeting random people.
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Re: Florida people

Postby INFOHAZARD » Sun Jun 29, 2008 3:38 pm UTC

Sykotic1189 wrote:Sorry, I meant in Florida, not the forums.



Isn't Panama City over near Trisomy County?
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Re: Florida people

Postby MotorToad » Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:29 pm UTC

If you saw the people in Panama City drive, you wouldn't ask if it was "near." It's a funny town, to say the least. The county management in the olden days had enough foresight to build a dam so there is plentiful fresh water, while the rest of Florida thirsts. They built a MSW-burning plant so that not only does all the county's (and most of the surrounding counties') municipal waste go to making electricity for free, but the landfill gets a small fraction of the mass it would ordinarily.

Now they have an Intergalactic Spaceport that can't land airplanes much larger than a Piper Cub. They have so many condos that you can not see the water anywhere between St. Andrews state park and Hwy 79, and they can't sell them. Then there's the Charlie Foxtrot they built of a new Hathaway Bridge... Nice job on that one, FLDOT!

Well, the thread seemed kind of slow... I'll stop now. :)
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Re: Florida people

Postby sallad » Mon Jun 30, 2008 4:38 am UTC

MotorToad wrote:I and at least one other person exist in Pensacola. With the heat and the high average dumb outside I don't go around much. :)


Pensacola base. I recognize your user name from somewhere.. pcola riders perhaps?
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Re: Florida people

Postby MotorToad » Mon Jun 30, 2008 4:43 am UTC

Nice to see you here, Dallas. It's been on PCola riders, but not often. That forum's a little light on content for me. Before that was cycleforums and sportbikes.net, neither of which I frequent of late. Tell your brother I want to go ride dirt bikes. I have a KLX300 and no truck to take it places!
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Re: Florida people

Postby o0o0xmods0o0o » Mon Jun 30, 2008 4:44 am UTC

Sykotic1189 wrote:Yeah, the dumb levels here can be pretty high here

Red state ftw! Yeah I live in florida too.
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Re: Florida people

Postby sallad » Mon Jun 30, 2008 4:52 am UTC

MotorToad wrote:Nice to see you here, Dallas. It's been on PCola riders, but not often. That forum's a little light on content for me. Before that was cycleforums and sportbikes.net, neither of which I frequent of late. Tell your brother I want to go ride dirt bikes. I have a KLX300 and no truck to take it places!


hah I will, he needs to put a fresh layer of dirt on his CR
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Re: Florida people

Postby mkdir » Tue Jul 01, 2008 6:39 pm UTC

psypete wrote:that applies down here, too.... could be the antisocial nerd in me but i don't know a single person down here that reads the comic. broward/miami/palm beach: wtf??


I live in West Palm Beach, so I can attest that it's just the antisocial nerd in you.
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sebeka2 » Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:15 pm UTC

I'm in Florida, but the Space Coast area. A little far for a day trip, but feel free to drop by if you're in the area.
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Close to you

Postby chef007c » Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:39 am UTC

Hey, first time poster, long time reader here. I live in Dothan Alabama right now. About 98 miles / 1 hour 45 minutes north of you. I lived in PC for about three years in Turtle Lake Apartments off of 23rd street, and worked for the Hilton hotels up and down Front Beach.

Just out of curiosity did you make to Wrath of Con? I'm not huge on Star Trek but I definately missed out on the Ghosthunter Q&A.

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Drop me a line if anyone wants to meet up. I've been in the heart of dueling banjos for about 5 years and I've yet meet anything with a sense of humor, much less an interest in comics. Unless they have Jesus in them. Or Garfield. Or Garfield redeeming Jesus in the blood of Odie.
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Re: Close to you

Postby MotorToad » Wed Jul 02, 2008 1:34 pm UTC

chef007c wrote: I lived in PC for about three years in Turtle Lake Apartments off of 23rd street, and worked for the Hilton hotels up and down Front Beach.
4324 W20th St! (I lived there when I went to GCCC ["Harvard by the Bay." Their words, not mine!])

chef007c wrote: I've been in the heart of dueling banjos for about 5 years and I've yet meet anything with a sense of humor, much less an interest in comics. Unless they have Jesus in them. Or Garfield. Or Garfield redeeming Jesus in the blood of Odie.
Do you know that most of the rest of Alabama makes fun of Dot Han? I hope you're not allergic to peanuts. :)

On the plus side, the Wiregrass region of the SCCA is there, and they have a great site for autox.
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Re: Florida people

Postby chef007c » Wed Jul 02, 2008 2:29 pm UTC

MotorToad wrote:
chef007c wrote: I lived in PC for about three years in Turtle Lake Apartments off of 23rd street, and worked for the Hilton hotels up and down Front Beach.
4324 W20th St! (I lived there when I went to GCCC ["Harvard by the Bay." Their words, not mine!])

chef007c wrote: I've been in the heart of dueling banjos for about 5 years and I've yet meet anything with a sense of humor, much less an interest in comics. Unless they have Jesus in them. Or Garfield. Or Garfield redeeming Jesus in the blood of Odie.
Do you know that most of the rest of Alabama makes fun of Dot Han? I hope you're not allergic to peanuts. :)

On the plus side, the Wiregrass region of the SCCA is there, and they have a great site for autox.


Harvard By The Bay....riiiiight. Harvard's gone down the tubes if it compares to a Florida State satellite campus. Sorry, I'm a gators fan. :mrgreen:

Yeah, Dothan, the great peanut capital. Sadly enough, I have done the Peanuts Around Town tour. And I've seen the world's smallest city block. I'm actually heading to the Wiregrass Art Museum in an hour to do some painting. The Peanut Festival is pretty sweet though. Considering my happy butt was raised in Fresno, the culture shock is pretty entertaining.

Had no idea about the racing club though, before I clicked the link I thought you were talking about a SCA club. Slight difference there. :oops:
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Re: Florida people

Postby emaz88 » Thu Jul 03, 2008 1:43 pm UTC

Hey, I'm in Brevard County in South/Central Melbourne through August and then in St. Augustine for the school year. Anybody here in either of these regions?
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sebeka2 » Thu Jul 03, 2008 4:22 pm UTC

emaz88 wrote:Hey, I'm in Brevard County in South/Central Melbourne through August and then in St. Augustine for the school year. Anybody here in either of these regions?

That's where I am. I live by what used to be Eau Gallie and work near West Melbourne.
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Re: Florida people

Postby darknumchuck » Thu Jul 03, 2008 4:51 pm UTC

Well I and at least 2 other xkcd readers live in Jacksonville. I've noticed from the Geohashing wiki that we have at least 2 others who are active here, but half our Saturday meetups end up occurring in the ocean.

I was going to suggest a meetup at Ancient City Con in Jacksonville for all those interested in attending. It's a pretty new con that's just getting off the ground, but it promises to provide some measure of entertainment. http://www.ancientcitycon.com/

Notably, they're going to be running a 4th edition game for beginners in most gaming sessions, and they have some interesting looking panels.

If anyone's interested in trying to meetup, just....reply here I guess. Or start a new thread.
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Re: Florida people

Postby Bustercloud » Sat Aug 02, 2008 8:20 am UTC

I suggest a meet-up in Ponce De leon Springs park. Its between Dothan and Panama City, and easy travel distance from Pensacola. Its close enough to be a day trip all the way from Mobile to Tallahassee. Its a park, so lots of space. Water to swim. We could have a bar-b-q or something if they allow it. Anyone up for it? Andrew(syko), edit and keep a Tally of names of people who want to come, in your original post. When we get a bit of people, we can submit a new post with a date.
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Re: Florida people

Postby Zer088 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:29 pm UTC

Hi, south Florida sucks. It's way to hot 360 days of the year. I have lived here my whole life (21) and for the life of me, I can't understand how there can be any fat people down here.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MotorToad » Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:57 pm UTC

With the heat and humidity, people spend more time indoors getting fat. It's working for me, anyway. :(

I'd probably be up for Ponce de Leon, if I can get some gas money. I've been to that park once a long time ago and thought it a nice place for a walk. I can't recall specifics about it, and it's certainly not overstuffed with amenities, but it's --uhm-- nice. :)
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Re: Florida people

Postby Zer088 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 3:57 pm UTC

ponce de leon is too far north for south floridians, 12+ hour drive for me with stops.
So is there enough XKCDians in south Florida to warent another meetup? Or perhaps an Orlando meet for all Florida, if there's not enough for the leon meet. (I'm not saying walt disney, it's just in the middle of the state)
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Sat Aug 23, 2008 10:22 pm UTC

Yeah, a central Florida meetup would definately be a good thing. I'm on the Space Coast (Palm Bay, to be precise), so anything much further than Orlando is really out of my range...

Which is a shame, because I'd give my right arm for chance to go to Dragon*Con in Georgia next week, but alas, the life of the poor and gas-money-less. :(
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Re: Florida people

Postby Bustercloud » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:11 am UTC

Yeah sucks about Florida, south florida and north florida are so far divided its actually the same distance to Tennesse from the panhandle, as it is going to miami or the such
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Re: Florida people

Postby Zer088 » Sun Aug 24, 2008 1:55 pm UTC

well I say role call,
Anyone in Florida that would like to meet up for a few hours, post were you live and the perferd days of the week to meet.

I'm in Homestead and I would prefer Sunday or Monday. These days are just the most convinent for me, I can meet most days of the week, I work at night.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:01 pm UTC

@ Bustercloud: o___o It's kind of weird to think of.

I lived on Long Island, NY for the first 18 years of my life. Everywhere I needed to go on that island was at a maximum of 100 miles from where I was on the island. Now, 100 miles might get me a straightshot horizontally across the state, and even then...

@ Zero088: I'm in Palm Bay, and I can meet, well, any damned day of the week. I would probably need a ride, though, if it wasn't SUPER local, or on a weekend day that a friend could drive me. *Doesn't have the money to pay for her car anymore* :(

Or, if it's in the UCF area, Tuesdays and Thursdays would be good. Good times for T/Th have yet to be determined, though.
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Re: Florida people

Postby kira » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:22 pm UTC

Western Volusia area (near Sanford, specifically). I teach so I'd only be available Friday evenings, Saturdays or Sunday afternoons.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:46 pm UTC

Ooh, if you don't mind me asking, what do you teach?

I'd LOVE to be a physics teacher / professor some day, but I don't really see that happening unfortunately.

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Re: Florida people

Postby kira » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:51 pm UTC

I teach 8th grade math. It's pretty awesome, but since I (in the deepest cockles of my heart) like math more than I like the students, I've been contemplating moving up to high school once I have some more experience with the whole teaching side of it.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:27 pm UTC

Aah, then I feel the need to apologize deeply to you in lieu of my own 8th-grade math teacher. The only accelerated math track available to me in 8th grade was still too easy for me back then, so I was kind of a bitch to my teacher. She didn't like that I would sit there, doodling in my notebooks all during class, even though I would get A's on all of my tests...

Still, it's great that you really enjoy what you teach. That always makes for the best teachers. :D My college Chemistry professor was like that, and everybody loved him for it.

Also, just to stick something on-topic in here, I severely dislike Florida weather. :< It's hot, it's humid, and I hear thunder. Even though it was gorgeous and sunny earlier today. BLAH.
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Re: Florida people

Postby Zer088 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 8:02 pm UTC

MirrorWing wrote:Aah, then I feel the need to apologize deeply to you in lieu of my own 8th-grade math teacher. The only accelerated math track available to me in 8th grade was still too easy for me back then, so I was kind of a bitch to my teacher. She didn't like that I would sit there, doodling in my notebooks all during class, even though I would get A's on all of my tests...

Still, it's great that you really enjoy what you teach. That always makes for the best teachers. :D My college Chemistry professor was like that, and everybody loved him for it.

Also, just to stick something on-topic in here, I severely dislike Florida weather. :< It's hot, it's humid, and I hear thunder. Even though it was gorgeous and sunny earlier today. BLAH.



This post, mostly the last paragraph (and your sig) makes my heart flutter. Are you taken?

I've searched the Orlando area for parks, but it looks like Cape Canaveral just seams the natural place to go. Does anyone know when the next launch will be?
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Mon Aug 25, 2008 8:34 pm UTC

Hahaha, sorry, this girl's heart is taken. :] (By someone who doesn't want it and probably doesn't deserve it, butthat'sbesidesthepoint. >.>)

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Re: Florida people

Postby Sebeka2 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:08 pm UTC

I'm in Melbourne. Let me know when y'all want to do this and I'll try to make it.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:13 pm UTC

Sebeka: If you're in Melbourne, perhaps we could rideshare if I (and my roommate, possibly) pitched in some gas money? I'm in Palm Bay, and currently car-less right now...
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Re: Florida people

Postby Sebeka2 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:29 pm UTC

@MirrorWing: Sure.
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Re: Florida people

Postby MirrorWing » Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:36 pm UTC

Great. :D Thanks.
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