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"IN COSTA RICA WE HAD A BIG TRUCK STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF AN INTERSECTION AND THE TRUCK DRIVER GOT OUT AND WENT TO SOMEONES HOUSE. AND WE HAD TO ROLL START MY SISTERS HOST FAMILYS (WE WENT ROUND COSTA RICA WITH THEM) CAR DOWN THE MAIN STREET OF SAN JOSE"
The traffic is crazy and the roads are in poor condition in that country.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 28, 2002


"You've been to Costa Rica, Tom G.! Cool!
It's been a real adventure. We've been in a Police chace,*IN COSTA RICA WE HAD A BIG TRUCK STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF AN INTERSECTION AND THE TRUCK DRIVER GOT OUT AND WENT TO SOMEONES HOUSE. AND WE HAD TO ROLL START MY SISTERS HOST FAMILYS (WE WENT ROUND COSTA RICA WITH THEM) CAR DOWN THE MAIN STREET OF SAN JOSE* milked cows, ridden horses, seen an erupting volcano,*I'VE SEEN ABOUT 5 VOLCANO'S HERE BUT NOT AN ERUPTING VOLCANO* and seen all sorts of wildlife.*THE WILDLIFE IS REALLY COOL IN COSTA RICA*
We've seen white nosed coatis, which swarmed our tour bus, and then we fed them fresh fruit. We've also seen many interesting birds, my favorite was the keel billed Toucan.*I SAW A TOUCAN OVER THERE* We've seen Peckaries, Olingos, Capuchin monkeys, howler monkeys, american crocodiles, and much more."I SAW A TYPE OF MONKY THAT WHEN ANGRY IT THROWS ITS CRAP AT YOU. I DONT KNOW ITS NAME

from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 27, 2002


"MY HORSE WASN'T VERY CO-OPERATIVE THOUGH. AND IT WAS SLOW. DURING THAT SAME VACATION I MENTIONED EARLIER I WAS ALLOWED TO RIDE A HORSE AT A SPEED NOT TOO FAST FOR A CANTER BUT NOT QUITE A GALLOP. IT WAS FUN"
I like to think of myself as an "O.K" rider. In Costa Rica, my horse was not very friendly towards other horses, so I had to steer him away from all his companions.

"WHY; WHAT DID YOU DO WRONG?"
Our tour bus ran over a rock and flicked it up onto the hood of another car. Nothing serious happened.

"COOL! WHEN I DO GEOLOGY IN THE SIXTH FORM I WILL GET TO GO ON A TRIP TO ICELAND AND SEE THIS COOL FAULTLINE THAT YOU CAN SEE MOVING!"
Sounds fun. I've seen 3 volcanos in my life,one of them shooting of plumes of Sulfur dioxide and lava, and I live right on a major fault: The San Andreas. Geology is one of my best subjects, and I know more about Tectonic plates than anyone in my class. Personnally, I'd love to go to Iceland.

"NOW THAT'S SOMETHING I CAN'T SAY I'VE DONE."
Wow. I live in a monatanious area which is mostly made up of huge houses sitting on big properties. We always see tons of wild life.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 27, 2002


"Tom G.,I'm not your friend anymore!!"
HEY! I never said that! Someone's impersonating me now!
Tom G., don't listen to whoever posted that.
(Just to be safe I think I'll put my E-mail.)

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ; February 27, 2002


"So far I've been in a Police chace *WHY; WHAT DID YOU DO WRONG? OR WHERE YOU ON THE POLICE'S SIDE?*, milked cows*CLOSEST TO THAT I'VE EVER BEEN IS MILKING GOATS A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO WHEN I WAS IN RUSSIA FOR A FEW WEKKS TO SEE GRANDPARENTS. I DIDN'T PARTICULARLY LIKE IT THOUGH. MILKING THE GOATS I MEAN. BUT THE MILK IS NICE.*, ridden horses*I USED TO HAVE LESSONS. WELL, NOT REGULARLY, BUT A FEW TIMES. MY HORSE WASN'T VERY CO-OPERATIVE THOUGH. AND IT WAS SLOW. DURING THAT SAME VACATION I MENTIONED EARLIER I WAS ALLOWED TO RIDE A HORSE AT A SPEED NOT TOO FAST FOR A CANTER BUT NOT QUITE A GALLOP. IT WAS FUN.*, seen an erupting volcano,*COOL! WHEN I DO GEOLOGY IN THE SIXTH FORM I WILL GET TO GO ON A TRIP TO ICELAND AND SEE THIS COOL FAULTLINE THAT YOU CAN SEE MOVING!* and seen all sorts of wildlife.*NOW THAT'S SOMETHING I CAN'T SAY I'VE DONE. MOST OF THE PLACES I'VE BEEN THE BEST I SAW WHERE BRIGHT LIZARDS. AND OF COURSE BRIGHT COLOURED BIRDS. IN RUSS! IA EVEN A SNAKE(IN ENGLAND WE HAVE VERY FEW, AND THEY'RE ALL RARE HERE,) BUT NEVER ANYTHING BIG. APART FROM 'DEER PARKS' AND SAFARIS HERE."

AND I'M NOT FORGETTING ANY SERIES I'M DOING ON FICTION ALTHOUGH THE NEXT TIME THE NEXT WILL BE POSTED WILL PROBABLY BE MY EASTER HOLIDAYS, IN FOUR WEEKS.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 26, 2002


"Tom G.,I'm not your friend anymore!!"

Why?
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 26, 2002


Tom G.,I'm not your friend anymore!!
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 26, 2002


Da Masta, can I use the dinosaurs that you put in your DWF? You know, like that one that walks like a gorilla and has razor-sharp claws. If you say yes, I'll probably make a few more DWF episodes on my own. Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!

P.S. I won't do anything to mess up your story, don't worry.
from Joe Bob B., age 10, Menlo Park, ?, ?; February 26, 2002


Sorry, it was me who posted the latest Rigby's rex post, I forgot to put my name.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 26, 2002


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