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So, I know my rewatches have suddenly disappeared. You can blame the job for that one. The rewatches were much easier to do when I was unemployed. They take about 4 hours, and the last few days I've finished work rather late and haven't felt like sitting on a computer for another 4 hours. So, rewatches might end up being a little slow. Hopefully I'll still be able to get it all done (including the update to the clothing catalogue) before the new year. I'm not working the computer-based job over Christmas (and probably not in December at all.)

Completely unrelated: Here's a fun little map thing of the places I've been:

[livejournal.com profile] raloria did it and it looked like fun... you can fill in the map for yourself.

I changed the legend a little bit:

red for states/provinces where you've not spent much time or seen very much driven through and maybe stopped for food, but have not been off the highway other than to sleep.
amber for states/provinces where you've at least slept and seen some sights.
blue for states/provinces you've spent a lot of time in or seen a fair amount of done multiple short visits or visited only one area multiple times.
green for states/provinces you've spent a great deal of time in on multiple visits or places you've lived.


As you might be able to tell, as a youth I once drove from Ontario to Disney World. ;)

Except for New Brunswick (which I've just visited frequently and seen almost all of), I've lived in all the provinces highlighted green.

For non-Canadians: Although I've lived in Newfoundland, I've never been to Labrador, but it's highlighted green because technically Newfoundland and Labrador is one province.

Vancouver is actually further north than St. John's Newfoundland (eastern most tip of Canada), but you wouldn't know it to look at this map. Vancouver is the furthest north that I've ever lived (I've visited places further north though.)
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