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    cookderosa is offline Resident Chef
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    Thank you Professor Ted

    I'd like to thank Ted for making me look up every state's nickname.

    -from the Tarheel state, Jennifer
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    Kizmet is offline Moderator
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    I too would like to thank Ted. He has invested a lot of time and energy and done a tremendous amount of research to compile and organize this data. I'm sure all the members and lurkers will benefit greatly from his efforts.

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    Another word of gratitude, Ted. Thank you for the state-by-state listing of DL opportunities.

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    Kizmet is offline Moderator
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    I have, at this point, only investigated a few of the states listed by Ted in his many posts. I started close to home and I don't think it's a surprise to anyone that the Massachusetts state university system has a very nice set of DL degree/cert programs. However, in comparison, both the Rhode Island and the Connecticut state university systems have DL programs that are quite anemic. This was a surprise to me and made me wonder if anyone else has noticed similar things in other state listings.
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    Ted Heiks is offline Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookderosa View Post
    I'd like to thank Ted for making me look up every state's nickname.

    -from the Tarheel state, Jennifer
    The Tarheel State, eh?
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