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Throwies have found their way into Greenville

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Last night while leaving dinner at High Cotton, noticed some teens on the street playing with throwies around a couple of the street signs. First time I've seen them in Greenville. So fun. :D Have any of you seen them around town before or gotten into them?

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10-12-07Never Forget.

Oh wait, that was in Boston, not Greenville. Greenville doesn't overeact to lite-brights. :wacko:

Yeah, I don't see those up here in Cambridge/Boston, but I did them in Providence last week.

I'm just wicked excited that I get to come back in a few weeks.

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I've never seen these things or heard of them. They sound like fun, though.

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10-12-07Never Forget.

Oh wait, that was in Boston, not Greenville. Greenville doesn't overeact to lite-brights. :wacko:

Yeah, I don't see those up here in Cambridge/Boston, but I did them in Providence last week.

I'm just wicked excited that I get to come back in a few weeks.

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:lol::lol: 385 comes to a screeching halt because kids are playing with throwies on an overpass.....I can see it. :lol:

Back to Greenville to visit or to stay?

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Great fare!!!

A UP meet-up would be cool, but seems that lately many have scattered to the winds. :dontknow:

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Its true, we all move on to bigger, sometimes better things. Moving to Boston was the best possible thing for me. I know that I'll be back to visit Greenville occasionally, but other than friends and family, there is nothing left there for me. Don't get me wrong, I miss Wild Wing Cafe and Sticky Fingers (I just had to look that one up, I remembered the place at the corner of Main and Washington :ermm: ) But truth be told, there wasn't a job market down there for what I do, and I got really tired of having periods of several weeks if I got laid off from a job. Of course, the grass is always greener on the other side, and I'm sure that in ten years, I'll be wishing that I lived in Greenville once again, but for now, my home is in Arlington, MA. And it is nice working in downtown Boston and able to use the T to get to work in the mornings. That is awesome, and I know that Greenville will have to have something comparable to get me to consider moving back.

So anyways, back to the topic of LED's that are magnetically hanging from street signs.

/end rant :whistling:

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If it wasn't for the fact that I know some parents would be miffed, I'd make up a few hundred of these and hand them out instead of candy for Halloween. These things are cool and so simple to make. :shades:

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Last night while leaving dinner at High Cotton, noticed some teens on the street playing with throwies around a couple of the street signs. First time I've seen them in Greenville. So fun. :D Have any of you seen them around town before or gotten into them?

http://graffitiresearchlab.com/?page_id=6

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