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Re: names good for marketing

On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 04:01:03PM -0800, Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Monday 03 January 2005 08:43 pm, Seeker5528 wrote:
> > There are the Indian Tribes with the related occasional political 
> > squabbles over casinos and fishing rights. 
> Yup, here in Oregon, the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are going 
> head to head with the State because they want to bulldoze a wildlife 
> preserve several dozen miles outside their borders for a casino between 
> Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR.
> > There are lots of Koreans and people of other Asian origin, so there 
> > are lots of corner stores, gas stations and other small businesses 
> > owned and operated by Koreans. There are whole stretches of city 
> > blocks where businesses have signs in both Korean and English.   
> Not so much Korean as Mexican and Chinese here, though out in Beaverton 
> there's a *really* good Japanese video arcade that generally gets the 
> new DDR machines long before anybody else does (though it's only 
> playable if you know Japanese or have played DDR so many times you 
> don't need to know what the game is saying any more).

Hi Paul,
have you thought of trying the DDR games in debian?
apt-cache search dance
Just curious...


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