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A Solar System Bingo??

Post  Kalisiin on Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:38 am

I know you can't get them all, because there is no Saturn, Uranus, or Pluto...but all the others are there...

Mercury, NV
Venus - PA, FL, TX
Earth, TX (also Black Earth, WI - Blue Earth, MN - White Earth, MN and ND - Earth City, MO
Mars, PA - Mars Hill, ME and NC - Le Mars, IA - Marsland, NE
Jupiter, FL
Neptune, NJ - Neptune Beach, FL

Did I miss anything?

Well, there's Vesta, VA and MN
There's Ceres, VA, NY, and CA

Those being the two largest asteroids, and almost considered dwarf planets...

Obviously there's plenty of "Sun" and "Moon" cities...

What do you all think should qualify as a Solar System Bingo?
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Re: A Solar System Bingo??

Post  dctim on Fri Mar 11, 2016 11:29 am

I did a few minutes of Googleing around and found the following:

Pluto, WV (Post Office discontinued, unfortunately)

Pluto, TX (also discontinued)
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Post  Kalisiin on Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:43 pm

dctim wrote:I did a few minutes of Googleing around and found the following:

Pluto, WV (Post Office discontinued, unfortunately)

Pluto, TX (also discontinued)

But that is just the problem. If they don't have thier own zip codes, then no hits there, either.

It's why there are X cities only in Ohio and Illinois.
Other states have X cities, but none with their own zip code.
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Post  Kalisiin on Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:48 pm

By the way, not as many "Moons" as I had thought.

There's Moon, VA, and Half Moon Bay, CA.

I knew about Moon, PA, but it apparently does not have it's own zip code.  I actually mail documents to Moon Township, PA rather frequently as part of my business...one of the insurance companies gets stuff mailed to them in Moon Township, PA.  In fact, I just went and looked at my mailing labels...it's Coventry Insurance...which is now a part of AETNA...which is in Moon Township.

Moon, PA has the zip code of 15108, which is officially Coraopolis, PA - Allegheny County...near Pittsburgh.
But I always address my stuff to Moon Township, PA 15108 and it gets there. According to the official web page for Moon Township, PA their population is just over 24,000. Seems as if they oughta have their own zip...hell, the little town I live in in North Carolina has a population under 7,000 and we got a zip code.
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Re: A Solar System Bingo??

Post  Jack002 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 4:08 pm

These kinds of bingos are hard to improvise, you have to PLANET
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Post  Kalisiin on Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:21 am

Jack002 wrote:These kinds of bingos are hard to improvise, you have to PLANET

That's two-thirds of a pun...P-U

LOL!!!
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Re: A Solar System Bingo??

Post  Jack002 on Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:21 am

WINNING!

bounce affraid
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