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Szyjakowski

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iain said:

helens' eruption is most likely the reason for my lean to earth sciences...mom got me a killer volcano flipbook and I was hooked.

 

so when hood blows its top, a little peice of you will be lost?

 

 

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erik said:

 

 

so when hood blows its top, a little peice of you will be lost?

 

 

More than a li'l piece, seeing as he's prob'ly gonna be on it when it pops!

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erik said:

so when hood blows its top, a little peice of you will be lost?

BWAHAHA....hahaha...heh....hmm rolleyes.gifyellowsleep.gifthe_finger.gif

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Szyjakowski said:

when St Helens blew its brains out 23 years ago?

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I was in Spartenburg south carolina making friends with ticks, lightening bugs and other pre-schoolers. bigdrink.gif

make sure you put a few back for the historic date! bigdrink.gif

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Funny, my post would be exactly the same, only replace your home with Quakertown, Pennsylvania. I was obsessed with mountain all through my childhood. Since then I've been all around it, on top of it, and inside it.

 

Iain, I think that I became a geologist because of the Mt. St. Helens issue of National Geographic. I remember staring at those photos for months.

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I was just an 'itty-bitty' and don't remember a damn thing. But cheers to those who do! bigdrink.gifbigdrink.gif

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JGowans said:

I was 7 years old watching "John Craven's Newsround" which was a 10 minute kids news program in Scotland. My girlfriend and I had this conversation a few weeks ago...she was 10 days shy of being born smile.gif

 

Cradle-robber... hahaha.gif

 

Well done! thumbs_up.gifgrin.gif

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