Monday, November 20, 2006

In Ohio, Exit 140

Yeah. I'm typing this on Dan's laptop in the car, driving in Ohio, going at 75 mph. Yeah. Insane. Dan has an awesome Blackberry that you can connect to the laptop and get unlimited internet service. What we're using to keep us awake, is wikipedia-ing every single city we see and noting their unique characteristics.

Note: Kipton, OH.
Kipton is a village in Lorain County, Ohio, United States. The population was 265 at the 2000 census.

Kipton was the site of a famous train wreck on April 19, 1891, which was caused by railroad engineers' watches not being in sync and led to the adoption of stringent quality-control standards for railroad chronometers in 1893.

Yeah. We are NERDS. Hopefully we'll be in Baltimore by 3am. We'll see how it goes. On the road later on. Check for more updates.

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