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    Ms. Bum swings? Good to know. Good to know.

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    Be sure to make arrangements to see Pink Floyd if you visit the Great Salt Lakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Rodgers View Post
    Trout texted me and said there's a couch available with your name on it. Just let him know.
    will i be able to sleep safe?
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    the misses isnt reeally up for this.
    she'd rather visit other places for 700 bucks.
    but if i combine the trip with some other city in the us(eg new york, orlando, LA) or sum other such lame city.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchJazzer View Post
    the misses isnt reeally up for this.
    she'd rather visit other places for 700 bucks.
    but if i combine the trip with some other city in the us(eg new york, orlando, LA) or sum other such lame city.
    Holy crap and miss out on the salt flats. She must be crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
    Holy crap and miss out on the salt flats. She must be crazy!
    well utah doesnt speak to her.
    like seriously outside the us nobody knows about utah.
    unless you talk about utah jazz or mormons.
    utah is a great unknown

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    Well, the salt flats are probably the most desolate place on earth. Hundreds upon hundreds of square miles of salt. Nothing grows there because of all the salt. Just a huge desert of salt. It's interesting and intriguing in a way, but certainly not much to look at. The Great Salt Lake itself stinks, bad. Get a little wind going and you're in for a real treat. The only thing that lives in the Great Salt Lake is brine shrimp. You could go swimming and get a real kick out of not being able to sink, but then you emerge crusted in salt and smelling like the rotten lake.

    The last thing I would recommend going to see if you come to Utah is the Great Salt lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchJazzer View Post
    well utah doesnt speak to her.
    like seriously outside the us nobody knows about utah.
    unless you talk about utah jazz or mormons.
    utah is a great unknown
    Give me your address and a couple of missionaries will show up and take care of that.
    ​Gobert or go home


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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchJazzer View Post
    well utah doesnt speak to her.
    like seriously outside the us nobody knows about utah.
    unless you talk about utah jazz or mormons.
    utah is a great unknown
    Be a man, and tell her this is where you are going. If she doesn't like she's not the girl for you.
    Utah is a beautiful place, and there is plenty to see. Drive her down to Vegas, now there is a fun easy road trip
    that will blow your mind.

    Either way make it happen Dutch. There are no maybes.
    "les grandes défaites forgent les grands hommes" - Rudy Gobert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
    Well, the salt flats are probably the most desolate place on earth. Hundreds upon hundreds of square miles of salt. Nothing grows there because of all the salt. Just a huge desert of salt. It's interesting and intriguing in a way, but certainly not much to look at. The Great Salt Lake itself stinks, bad. Get a little wind going and you're in for a real treat. The only thing that lives in the Great Salt Lake is brine shrimp. You could go swimming and get a real kick out of not being able to sink, but then you emerge crusted in salt and smelling like the rotten lake.

    The last thing I would recommend going to see if you come to Utah is the Great Salt lake.
    I lived in another state for awhile and when I told people I was from SLC they would always ask me 3 questions...

    "are you Mormon?"

    "are people there really polygamous?"

    "is the Great Salt Lake awesome??"

    No.
    Yes.
    No.
    #BringBackUGLI

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