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Old 03-20-2004, 05:17 AM   #1
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my hometown's leading the way, again!

well, i've lived a lot of places, but Plano, TX is my hometown if there was one.

in the 80's and 90's we were the heroin capital, and overlapping that the suicide capital for suburbia, and now we're leading the way with dangerous intersections.

8. Plano, Tex. State Highway 121 and Preston Road

we used to have 2 intersections only a mile away from one another that was #1 and #3 but they have since been outdone. now we only have one left, find our region here and top ten most dangerous here:

http://www.statefarm.com/di/danlist00.htm
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well, i've lived a lot of places, but Plano, TX is my hometown if there was one.

in the 80's and 90's we were the heroin capital, and overlapping that the suicide capital for suburbia, and now we're leading the way with dangerous intersections.

8. Plano, Tex. State Highway 121 and Preston Road

we used to have 2 intersections only a mile away from one another that was #1 and #3 but they have since been outdone. now we only have one left, find our region here and top ten most dangerous here:

http://www.statefarm.com/di/danlist00.htm
Hey -

I've spent a lot of time in Plano. I used to work in Richardson Tx with MCI.
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I lived there from 7th-12th grades. I graduated from Plano West Senior High School in 2001 and lived near the Presby Hospital off of the Dallas North Tollway and Parker. In Texas I lived in Carrolton, Dallas, Rockwall, Arlington, and Ft. Worth.
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haha 121 and Preston. i stalled the evo twice there this past week. Preston and Park is bad too. Same with Preston and Belt Line.

I love Plano. so nationally known for being a druggy place and wreckless driving soccer moms
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Park/Preston had the #1 spot for a while. :-/
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well, i've lived a lot of places, but Plano, TX is my hometown if there was one.

in the 80's and 90's we were the heroin capital, and overlapping that the suicide capital for suburbia, and now we're leading the way with dangerous intersections.

8. Plano, Tex. State Highway 121 and Preston Road

we used to have 2 intersections only a mile away from one another that was #1 and #3 but they have since been outdone. now we only have one left, find our region here and top ten most dangerous here:

http://www.statefarm.com/di/danlist00.htm
5. Tulsa, Okla. 51st Street and Memorial Drive 2000
6. Tulsa, Okla. 71st Street and Memorial Drive 1995

I've been in both of these. They are ridiculously dangerous. 63rd&NW Expressway right by where I live in Oklahoma City used to be #1 in the nation until some lights were put in and turn-offs for right turns were added.
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well, i've lived a lot of places, but Plano, TX is my hometown if there was one.

in the 80's and 90's we were the heroin capital, and overlapping that the suicide capital for suburbia, and now we're leading the way with dangerous intersections.

8. Plano, Tex. State Highway 121 and Preston Road

we used to have 2 intersections only a mile away from one another that was #1 and #3 but they have since been outdone. now we only have one left, find our region here and top ten most dangerous here:

http://www.statefarm.com/di/danlist00.htm
Well if where you live is the heroin and suicide capital no wonder you have the dangerous intersections. Hell you have Heroin users and Suicidal manics trying to get on the highway OMG DEATH ROAD USA!!!!
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lol corey
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