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(Google)   We have cell phone towers shaped like different kinds of trees, crosses, and (in a recent fark thread), penises. Design what you think they should look like. Link goes to GIS for cell phone tower   ( divider line
    More: Photoshop, cell sites, GIS, towers, natural kind, Telstra, Contests  
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Let me know if I am too close alligator!
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Modor ring to find them......
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Ed Grubermann: Susan: [ image 566x600]


Thanks...Now you're just being juvenile.
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