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Foxwoods Resort Casino

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If you are ever driving on I-95 in CT near Mystic, a short diversion to the Foxwoods Resorts would be rewarding. It looks like LV or AC. You can learn some Indian and American history and see good old ingenuity.

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    Message: Please include city/state/region name in message title, EVEN if you are picking a state from the "keyword list"

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    Date: 6/28/2001, 2:46 pm ET

    Message: I've noticed a lot of ambiguous message titles lately, and many people responding in frustration along the lines of "Why don't you say what state/city you're talking about?!?!

    Posters AND readers may not realize/remember that when you post a message you are given the option of both a message and a 'keyword'.
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