This topic has been posted many times here, and I have read most of the
posts, but no one has conclusively stated the answer. What is the street
address of Norm's shop? The consensus is that the shop is in Russel
Morash's back yard.
I'm just curious. They don't allow visitors, and I am not interested in
being a trespasser. I think I know the address, particularly since it
seems that the satellite maps may be limited in zooming on the
Well, if you have the address, do you need to confirm it?
It will be a rather large building with another building - smaller -
which is the garden shed Norm built.
Finally, from what I gather, there is a wildlife area behind the
property, meaning there should be a lot of trees.
And finally, share will ya? Even from a satellite view of several
thousand feet up is the closest we'll ever come to the
That's about as close as we're going to get to NYW here in SoCal.
First KCET (Los Angeles) totally dropped NYW programs.
Guess there isn't a big demand for NYW programs in Beverley Hills but
the still carry the This Old House stuff.
KOCE (Orange County) has been in begging mode 24/7 for so long that I
can't remember seeing anything but Lawrence Welk reruns on Saturday
Other than that, they beg.
Wonder how many of us old farts have to die before they return to
For $3.95 one time setup you can get a free account at Teranews. Use the
link below and I get a $3..95 credit if I want to upgrade.
Let us know how Teranews works for you. I tried it several years ago
after Hughes.net dropped Usenet (because their super-double-secret on-line
survey found that no one used Usenet). I was quite disappointed with
availability and retention on the free service, so, I stupidly signed up
for the pay service thinking it had to be better. It wasn't, that's when I
moved to Supernews. Hopefully Teranews has gotten their act together. If
you have problems, don't send good money after bad -- go find one of the
other Usenet carriers.
If you're going to be dumb, you better be tough
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