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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Chris Blount, May 9, 2002.
Happy Jack, AZ
Kokomo (I don't think it's actually a real place, but anyways, it's a good song)
Kokomo is a nice city in northern Indiana! As a matter of fact, one of the locals on Dish (Grand Rapids DMA) is from Kokomo.
Tony, which one is it? I'm curious. Are their offices there or what?
DOH! Ogre, I was thinking of the other funny sounding K town with a song named after it when I said that a local on Dish was srom Kokomo. I was thinking of Kalamazoo, Mi. "A,b,c,d,e,f,g,h...I got a gal in Kalamazoo. Don't want to boast but I know she's the most of Kalamazoo-zoo-zoo-zoo-zoo. The years have gone by. My, my how she grew. I liked her looks when I carried her books in Kalamazoo-zoo-zoo-zoo-zoo" (Glenn Miller)
Kokomo does still have a TV station in it though it will never be seen on Dish. WTTK channel 29 licensed to Kokomo and is a full time repeater of WTTV 4 Ijiananapopolis. Here is the "official" Kokomo web page "http://www.ci.kokomo.in.us/"
Anyway, back to the game!
East St. Louis (Il)
Stillwater, Minnesota. Home of Stillwater State (prison).
Round Top, TX
Portland (ME or OR)
Deerwood (MN)..... Where I once spent a summer of weekends commuting from Minneapolis.
Dime Box, TX
Xingang (province in China)
Sugar Land, TX
That was a G, but hell with it. We're on a roll.
Djakarta (Indonisia) -- yes it's spelled with a D.
Oh, so back into the "a"'s...
Arizona City, AZ
Yosemite State Park