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Postby Nexxus23 » Mon Feb 24, 2003 1:30 am

Calhoun is a tiny industrial town in Meigs county. It's only real business is newsprint manufacture.
The pollution of said manufacture smells like boiled cabbage and ass.

Just thought you all needed to know that.
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Postby Hardcoregirl » Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:33 am

Woo Hoo!

I'm packing my stuff and headin' yer way!
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Re: Calhoun...

Postby Nemesis » Mon Feb 24, 2003 6:00 pm

Nexxus23 wrote:The pollution of said manufacture smells like boiled cabbage and ass.


Mmmmm Mmmm.... Sounds like Home Cookin' to me.... LOL :twisted:
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Postby Sir Diddimus » Mon Feb 24, 2003 6:12 pm

Quick Mable, put on some beans, we's got company.......
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Re: Calhoun...

Postby creapyrob » Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:02 pm

Nexxus23 wrote:Calhoun is a tiny industrial town in Meigs county. It's only real business is newsprint manufacture.
The pollution of said manufacture smells like boiled cabbage and ass.

Just thought you all needed to know that.


Calhoun is in McMinn County. Megis in NW of McMinn.

There is a HUGE papermill there. that's what makes the awful smell. There is alo an Olin Chemical place there, Alki Division. They make pool chemicals and have the support for pool chemicals there.
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Re: Calhoun...

Postby Nexxus23 » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:36 pm

creapyrob wrote:Calhoun is in McMinn County. Megis in NW of McMinn.


Pardon me... lol Sorry, but it's all the same to me- I call it "The Bumpkin Patch."

There is a HUGE papermill there. that's what makes the awful smell. There is alo an Olin Chemical place there, Alki Division. They make pool chemicals and have the support for pool chemicals there.


Sounds like a healthy place to raise a family, eh?
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Postby Nexxus23 » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:42 pm

Buttercup wrote:Woo Hoo!

I'm packing my stuff and headin' yer way!
lol


LOL
I'd love company, but you really don't wanna do that. REALLY.
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Re: Calhoun...

Postby creapyrob » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:48 pm

Nexxus23 wrote:
creapyrob wrote:Calhoun is in McMinn County. Megis in NW of McMinn.


Pardon me... lol Sorry, but it's all the same to me- I call it "The Bumpkin Patch."

There is a HUGE papermill there. that's what makes the awful smell. There is alo an Olin Chemical place there, Alki Division. They make pool chemicals and have the support for pool chemicals there.


Sounds like a healthy place to raise a family, eh?


Actually its great. Aside from the hamster cage smeel of wood chips. I have a lot of really good friends that live out there. After a couple of of hours you don't even notice the smell at all.

The Olin facility is a great place to work, the tech support jobs are cake and pay well. Most of the chemical processes are done by machines from what I know.
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