UrbanMonk BRING BACK MITCH Registered 07/07/2008
Originally Posted by AndyUK What. London isn't in the United states of Canada.
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=London+Ontario&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=36.368578,79.013672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=London,+Middlesex+County,+Ontario,+Canada&z=11 Edited by UrbanMonk
OMC What a goofball Registered 21/05/2007
Neither is London, Indiana. Or London, Connecticut. Or London, Ohio. Or London, Kent--all other 47 states.
AndyUK Mascot Maniac Registered 01/08/2002
What, There are 51 states. I think you're forgetting Mexico. Also Canada is in France.
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It is if you missed the last boat. http://www.london.ca/
Just like Paris. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris,_Texas
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[DELETED] Likes to put dots on paper Registered 08/12/2008
What the hell. I thought the reason for giving towns and cities their own names was to differentiate them. And now I find out there is multiple Londons and a Paris in Texas?!?!
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Originally Posted by jthongbai What the hell. I thought the reason for giving towns and cities their own names was to differentiate them. And now I find out there is multiple Londons and a Paris in Texas?!?!
Beginner's mistake, that. The reason for giving towns and cities their own names was to provide work for sign-writers.
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