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|Quote (afarensis @ Mar. 25 2010,12:08)|
I beg to differ, Kew Gardens was recommended in in Havershawn's 1974 Co-Addenda for the Years 1970-1971 (Excluding June 1971). Elevators are wild? feh. That's crazy talk.
At any rate, Moor Park.
Havershawn? Oh dear dear dear deary me. Havershawn was shown to be limited in the world championships of 1990 after the fall of the Berlin Wall, just prior to the release of the Stazi archives. Of course the archives' release got it reinstated until 1993 when the Bloomsbury Contingent was discovered independently by Brooke-Taylor and Fotheringay as being both communist and homosexual.
Anyway, since you have chosen Moor Park whilst elevators are still wild, you have fallen into my trap, thus:
This of course should lead to Mornington Crescent in 12. Some would say that was not an improvment. They would be wrong.