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  • #16
    Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
    You're clearly not a geography teacher!!!
    Nope. That's a social science too though, so I am ashamed.

    It ain't the maps I have a problem with. It's the math involved in the distances.

    And yeah, I ain't teaching geography. I'll quit first. Luckily, everyone else loves geography because it's easy. They hate economics, because it's... Not easy.

    I love Economics. Everyone wins this way. I don't do Geography. I'm not really "about" dirt.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Alastor View Post
      South Dakota is closer to Denver than Vegas?

      Oh, holy crap! It is! And not by just a little bit either. Welp, so much for my ability to judge distance.
      Yeah, Deadwood is a HUGE gambling city. Almost every place you walk in to has some form of gambling in it. My family meets up there about once or twice a year.

      But you have to be 21 to gamble there. *sigh*
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      • #18
        Originally posted by tpryce93 View Post
        Yeah, Deadwood is a HUGE gambling city. Almost every place you walk in to has some form of gambling in it. My family meets up there about once or twice a year.

        But you have to be 21 to gamble there. *sigh*
        yeah, I know. I grew up 30 minutes from Deadwood.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Alastor View Post
          Nope. That's a social science too though, so I am ashamed.

          It ain't the maps I have a problem with. It's the math involved in the distances.

          And yeah, I ain't teaching geography. I'll quit first. Luckily, everyone else loves geography because it's easy. They hate economics, because it's... Not easy.

          I love Economics. Everyone wins this way. I don't do Geography. I'm not really "about" dirt.
          I think you're confusing Geography with Geology.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
            yeah, I know. I grew up 30 minutes from Deadwood.
            nice! where at? Most of the family on my moms side came from Custer. I spent a lot of summers as a child in the custer/black hills area. Good times.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by tpryce93 View Post
              nice! where at? Most of the family on my moms side came from Custer. I spent a lot of summers as a child in the custer/black hills area. Good times.
              All over, actually. Rapid City, Black Hawk, Hill City, Piedmont. My parents live in Whitewood now. I live about 2 hours away.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
                I think you're confusing Geography with Geology.
                No, Geography actually has branches. One is physical Geography, which is the study of the Earth itself and the land formations on it.

                Another branch is Human Geography, which studies humans in relation to their natural environment.

                The first is a hard science, the second is a social science.

                A third branch, called Environmental Science, is a hybrid of the two which uses both, making someone an expert of neither. I'm really not a fan of the third branch and believe that two experts in the first two branches will produce better results than any number of experts in the third.

                In any case, the first branch is a hard science, the second is a social science, and I don't do geography regardless of the type of science it is.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Alastor View Post
                  No, Geography actually has branches. One is physical Geography, which is the study of the Earth itself and the land formations on it.

                  Another branch is Human Geography, which studies humans in relation to their natural environment.

                  The first is a hard science, the second is a social science.

                  A third branch, called Environmental Science, is a hybrid of the two which uses both, making someone an expert of neither. I'm really not a fan of the third branch and believe that two experts in the first two branches will produce better results than any number of experts in the third.

                  In any case, the first branch is a hard science, the second is a social science, and I don't do geography regardless of the type of science it is.
                  Um, that was actually a joke. I knew what you meant, but tried to make a funny, since Geology is a more direct study of the "dirt" and sounds similar to Geography.

                  Not really funny when you have to explain it, though. :doh:

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
                    Um, that was actually a joke. I knew what you meant, but tried to make a funny, since Geology is a more direct study of the "dirt" and sounds similar to Geography.

                    Not really funny when you have to explain it, though. :doh:
                    My bad.

                    In my defense, I'm known for being overly anal sometimes.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
                      All over, actually. Rapid City, Black Hawk, Hill City, Piedmont. My parents live in Whitewood now. I live about 2 hours away.
                      cool. My dad hauls logs in to the saw mill in Hill City. And my uncle works there. He lost a pinky there to.
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Alastor View Post
                        My bad.

                        In my defense, I'm known for being overly anal sometimes.
                        I don't buy that for a minute!! <--- sarcasm btw

                        Originally posted by tpryce93 View Post
                        cool. My dad hauls logs in to the saw mill in Hill City. And my uncle works there. He lost a pinky there to.
                        One of my dad's friends lives in Colstrip. I can't remember the guy's name though.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by jetrazor74 View Post
                          I'm guessing it's closer by almost half the distance!!
                          South Dakota is only 450 miles away?
                          I did not know that.
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