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- Robert has a fetish for such wimins..... young, nerdy, and dirty.On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 3:47 PM, Robert Blau <robert-blau@...> wrote:
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- Hello Group,I went to the Field Museum many times, and it has changed over the years. As a kid it had displays of stuffed lions, tigers, wild animals, dinosaur skeleton (still there), and a room dealing with gems. Years later there were some exhibits dealing with ecology, and I haven't been there in recent years. Parking was free but limited, parking at Soldier Field parking lot was a quarter, and admission was free. Someone decided to build an underground garage in an area right near the lake making flooding a major concern, pumping a major expense, and high parking fees. It also costs a good deal to get in with very few free days each year.Across the street is the Shedd Acuarium and farther down an adjacent road is the Adler Planetarium*. Miegs Field once much used by general aviation is gone.*both used to be free and now cost plenty. I think the Oriental Institute**, expanded in recent years, is still free.**around 58th and University, run by University of ChicagoAndrew
- Eat your heart out. :)
Fri Feb 7, 2014 4:43 pm (PST) . Posted by:Robert has a fetish for such wimins..... young, nerdy, and dirty.
On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 3:47 PM, Robert Blau <robert-blau@ webtv.net> wrote:
> Here in Chicago at the Field Museum . . .
> http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Emily_Graslie