GDG- Guess what? I win!
lawrence at rwlcpa.com
Sun Jan 29 10:36:56 CST 2012
What is the most southernmost tip of the US?
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Subject: GDG- Guess what? I win!
Esteemed GDG Member Contributes:
As most of you know, I am pretty sticky about being exact with my facts.
Went in wiki, unrelable as it is, and looked up the coordinates of Ft Myer and Brownsville.
Brownsville is 25'55"49'N.
Ft Myer is 26'37"54'N.
Palmito Ranch is upstream on the Rio Grande so I would be put that N W of Brownsville.
So I win!
Unless you want to include an incident where a few Rebs took potshots of the garrison of Ft Zachary Taylor (I love forts) Brownsville is the answer.
WARNING: If I get a bug under my bonnet about a certain fact I will hunt it down until my dying breath.
I really don't think wiki could screw up latitudes.
Yay! I win! I win!
A Loyal Neo-Anti Unionist,
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