Disambiguation, precedence of articles, spelling
Is it really necessary to put a Hamburger chain above White castle in Wales??? Shouldn't it be moved somewhere else? Or should this be considered an advertisement? --184.108.40.206 05:08, 27 Apr 2004 (UTC)
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- Sorry, but I fail to see HOW or WHY the old castle in the UK should be above the White Castle restaurant chain? And Yes, it IS two words.
Here is a picture of me celebrating my victory at the White Castle in Downtown Nashville.  Yes, people DO make harold and Kumar-ish quests for Slyders. During my 2005 vacation, my Best Friend Rob and I made TWO trips to the closest White Castle, which is in Nashville, Tennessee. We live in Atlanta. The Manager noticed we were from out of town and struck up a conversation which turned to why we were in Nashville.. she wasn't surprised AT ALL that we were there for Slyders, she told us she has seen people who have flown there from several states away just to get them. There are other related pictures and journal entries here.  (TeamGoon)
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