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Old Wed May 18, 2005, 08:53am
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Originally posted by Ed Hickland
I can't think of anywhere else in the nation where .2 acre "in the burbs" would cost you 1/2 million dollars but Long Island.
REPLY: Ed...Come on across the Hudson to the Garden State and I can show you a number of places where $500K is pretty much the norm for a quarter acre house.
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Old Sat May 21, 2005, 10:07am
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Old Sun May 22, 2005, 01:40pm
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Originally posted by necati_ates

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Excuse me.

Wrong football!!
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Old Mon May 23, 2005, 09:55am
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Here in the Tidewater Virginia area we use 6 man crews for all Varsity games 5 man crews for JV and 4 man for Jr High
In the playoffs we use 7 man crews
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Old Wed May 25, 2005, 04:00am
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central coast section, Ca.5 man for all high school, if we use 4 for say a frosh game, 5 man pay is divided up for the 4 of us.all set crews, although we sometimes will fill in on other crews
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Old Thu May 26, 2005, 02:11pm
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yessir, 5 man crews in Iowa varsity for the most part. Larger schools went first and the smaller schools followed along rather quickly. Fees ranged from $55 to $70, or was that the average speed limit we drove to the game? Or both? Most were in the mids 60s. Most j-high is three man crew and of course the missing man is on the visitors sideline because they leave the chains on the home side.

We're just happy to have someone who will run the clock and keep it moving. I've kicked more kids out of the timer's area than I have outta the game!
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Old Fri May 27, 2005, 02:55am
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In Denmark all games at 5-man games.. Every club provides 10 officials (often players, coaches etc.) these officiate in the lover levels.

There are a group of officials with out any club relations (plus a few with club relations) these are also the best in Denmark. The best league is officiated by these peoples (abut 30 people) Friday night games are 7 man crews an the other games is 5 man. All finals are 7 man games.

We have a example of one of the best officials in denmark is also the QB of the danish champions. he can work a game one day as a LJ an the next day he is playning QB with the crew from the night before officiating the game.
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