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I'm known as a good man! Anyways, thanks for the user page comment. Other than that, good luck trying to pay for that laptop... --The preceding signed comment was added by StonedChipmunk and you can contact them here. 02:18, 25 February 2007 (UTC)


Thanks for your help with the Transportation section of Lawrence. I was really surprised to hear that 213 is named after the mall, and not vice versa. I'm originally from Tyngsboro, so until my recent move to Lowell (and my father to Haverhill), I had very little reason to travel as far east as Methuen. CSZero 14:50, 27 March 2007 (UTC)

No problem. I lived in Methuen most of my life until I graduated college in 2002 when I moved to Haverhill. The Loop is named for the configuration of the highways, and after it became somewhat popular, they decided to name 213, The Loop Connector, to hopefully bring more customers to it. Stoneice02 15:00, 27 March 2007 (UTC)
Here's a question for you: The Merrimack Valley article (which you've worked on as well) has this sentence: "The western region, including Greater Lowell and Haverhill/Lawrence/Methuen, is generally more urbanized than the eastern region." I originally had that saying Lawrence/Methuen, but someone added Haverhill. First, is something like "Greater Lawrence" an often-used term like "Greater Lowell" is, instead of the list of those two cities? I've never heard the term, and I've never heard anyone consider Andover a suburb of Lawrence (*maybe* North Andover, though) so I don't know what it'd incorporate. Secondly, does the Lawrence/Methuen area include Haverhill? I guess that editor is correct that Haverhill has more in common with the Lowell/Lawrence area than it does to say, Newburyport, even though it is so far east. CSZero 15:44, 27 March 2007 (UTC)
Good points. Haverhill is usually designated on its own as "Greater Haverhill" and includes, I believe, Groveland, Bradford, Hamilton, West Newbury, Georgetown, and sometimes even Plaistow. Greater Lawrence, on the other hand, is just Methuen, Lawrence, Andover, and North Andover. But yes, both terms are used regularly. I've never heard of Andover being considered a suburb of Lawrence, though. I wouldn't consider that to be the case for Andover or North Andover. And yeah, Haverhill should be grouped in with Greater Lawrence. It's always pissed me off since I moved to Haverhill that I get the Haverhill edition of the Eagle Tribune which covers Greater Haverhill and very little from Greater Lawrence. Stoneice02 19:30, 27 March 2007 (UTC)

Re:ECAC Hockey League[edit]

Thank you, you are correct. I was trying to make the college ice hockey conference articles uniform and most of them had it with two capital letters. So I'll go about correcting the others to make things uniform. Freddiem 04:17, 2 April 2007 (UTC)


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I'm a bit confused by this news report - will they let him out in two and a half years or twenty-one and a half years? -Ashley Pomeroy (talk) 17:49, 12 July 2008 (UTC)

Opie and Anthony's Traveling Virus Comedy Tour (2007)[edit]

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