On 19 Feb, 2005, at 9:52 AM, tedd wrote: > As for lunch (which I should skip more often) you must run in > different circles than I, because an excellent steak dinner for my > wife and I, cost less than $30 total. Of course, I live in Michigan > and because of the climate, everyone who had any smarts left a long > time ago -- that's part of my "Intelligence is inversely proportional > to latitude" theory -- just look to Canada for proof, eh? :-) Proof of what, exactly? Think kindly upon the dude whose house spins on either pole - at 90°N or S - and whose intelligence must be as low as it gets. However, having spent, recently, much of a day going more or less nowhere in a somewhat more southern and thereby intelligent urban traffic jam, I'm inclined to re-think the polar person's intelligence! At N42°47', I may be a tad south of you. Should I be offended or complimented? Life's burning questions... -- Ted Spencer -- If a man, alone in the forest, with no woman to hear him, says something, is he still wrong?