>> Even Texan dimensions sound pretty small to me!!!
>> [ . . . writing from Alaska!! . .]
>> I just couldn't stop myself on this one. We have a postcard
>>here that shows Texas fitting INSIDE of ALASKA!
>hmmm . . . I'm still not entirely convinced that isn't just a
>distortion caused by map projection.
No distortion, remember the ole story about the litle girl from Texas who wrote the president asking him to divide Alaska in half so Texas would still be the largest state?
He sent her a letter back saying if he divided Alaska in half, Texas would be the third largest state....
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