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I grew up near Yellowstone....and I beg to know....which are the
upper and which are the lower" ? Is this like the Breugals, where
Breugal the Elder is younger than Breugal the Younger? In other
words, which is what, or which, if you please?
On Oct 3, 2007, at 11:23 PM, Ender100@aol.com wrote:
I was recently at Yellowstone and photographed the Upper Balls and
Lower Balls on the Yellowstone River.
In a message dated 10/3/07 10:40:48 PM, email@example.com writes:
I beg clarification.... does "lower balls" infer that there is
an upper set? Please use the Greek form for clarification......are
you referring to Sophocles, Demosthenes, or Testicles? What on earth
would be an upper set of balls?
Thanks for your precision.............
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