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 Post subject: I won't be here over the weekend.
PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 7:05 am 
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Yeah, the topic really says it all. Tomorrow, I leave for Vermont, where I'm being dragged to my sister's soccer game (and later to UVM). From there, I'm going to Montreal. I come back on Monday.

Anyone know any good restaurants in Montreal?

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Hey soccer's fun to watch, but yeah I'll see you after the weekend.


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Yeah, the topic really says it all. Tomorrow, I leave for Vermont, where I'm being dragged to my sister's soccer game (and later to UVM). From there, I'm going to Montreal. I come back on Monday.

Anyone know any good restaurants in Montreal?


lol

try anywhere near the uh

the water <_< I ate at this one open cafe once and it was pretty awesome.


oh and i'm going to Montreal on Wednesday why the crap is everyone going to Montreal?! >:0

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Open restaurants on the waterfront are usually a good bet.


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try anywhere near the uh

the water <_< I ate at this one open cafe once and it was pretty awesome.


oh and i'm going to Montreal on Wednesday why the crap is everyone going to Montreal?! >:0


They're increasing tourism. I saw that right from the TV.

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Well, good luck with enduring the soccer game.

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Soccer games are fun to watch if they're good.


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Not if theyre bad and played by your sister. And I love soccer...

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Try restaurants near the Old Port de Montreal.

ALSO HI FROM MONTREAL LOL

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lol want my postal code or something

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Wheres Montreal?


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Make a detailed post about UVM's campus. I'm thinking of applying there.

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About UVM: It's big. There are about seven different colleges, since it's more of a school for people with undecleared majors. The campus itself is really nice, and they're doing construction for a new student area as well as about four or five new dining halls. Some of the people who were giving the tours had undeclared majors, so if you don't know what you wanna do, they'll help out a lot.

Not as much detail as you'd prolly like, but I suck at describing things, lol.

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I think what he meant was that bad stuff can also be entertaining. Like uh, watching any movie with Halle Berry in it. The movie sucks ass, but god damn!


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So, yeah. I'm technically back, even though I was here all weekend. >_>

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Because of all of the Harry Potter related graffiti that I've been seeing (150 points for the snitch, Stop VOLDEMORT, etc.), I read Vermont as Voldemort. I think I'm going insane over this.

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