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What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?

 
Nyhee7 (OP)

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From Wikipedia

...Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288 ft (1,917 m). It is famous for its dangerously erratic weather, and long held the record for the highest wind gust directly measured at the Earth's surface, 231 mph (372 km/h) on the afternoon of April 12, 1934.[4] It was known as Agiocochook, or "Home of the Great Spirit", before European settlers arrived.[5]

The mountain is located in the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, in Coos County, New Hampshire. It is the third highest state high point in the eastern U.S. and the most prominent peak in the Eastern United States.

While nearly the whole mountain is in the White Mountain National Forest, an area of 59 acres (0.24 km2) surrounding and including the summit is occupied by Mount Washington State Park....


So what do you guys think? Mt. Washington?
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06/16/2010 04:07 PM
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mt. washington sounds perfect. do it
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Should we surprise the people on the mountain, or send angels to get them off of it, or what?
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06/16/2010 04:13 PM
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
PICO DE ORIZABA , VERACRUZ !! (dormant volcan, nice place , being there , done that )
NEAREST CITIES : ORIZABA Y CORDOBA !!

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I will start asking God about it, and meditating with him about it tonight, after sunset. I will let you guys know the answer Saturday at sunset, 7:30pm central stardard time.or 8:30 pm New York time, June 19th.
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06/16/2010 04:21 PM
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
PICO DE ORIZABA , VERACRUZ !! (dormant volcan, nice place , being there , done that )
NEAREST CITIES : ORIZABA Y CORDOBA !!

[link to www.caingram.info]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 877408


I've chosen Mt. Washington.

I had thought about dormant volcanoes, but I was worried about them erupting after the old cones were removed.

But thank you very much for the suggestion. If God actually answers me, and wants me to chose another mountain, I'll possibly suggest that one. Thanks!

I have to look into the height and location, first, of course.

Thank you all.

I'll see you on this particular thread, this coming Saturday night.

I'll be around on other threads, I think, as normal, well, as normal as normal is around here. Thank you all who helped. :)
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06/16/2010 04:24 PM
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Ok, thank you !
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
PICO DE ORIZABA , VERACRUZ !! (dormant volcan, nice place , being there , done that )
NEAREST CITIES : ORIZABA Y CORDOBA !!

[link to www.caingram.info]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 877408


Definitely a good second choice, thank you.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I've chosen Mt. Washington.
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That's bad joo joo if you take from the home of the "great spirit"

Just sayin'...
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06/16/2010 04:26 PM
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I actually thought you were looking for good place to watch the mega-tsunami.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I've chosen Mt. Washington.


That's bad joo joo if you take from the home of the "great spirit"

Just sayin'...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Well, I thought the name meaning would be appropriate, however, you raise a valid point.

Hmmm.


I'm still gonna ask, but it is a good thing, now that you mention it, to have the back up mountain, lol.
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06/16/2010 04:31 PM
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I actually thought you were looking for good place to watch the mega-tsunami.
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me too. chuckle
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06/16/2010 04:32 PM
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I've chosen Mt. Washington.


That's bad joo joo if you take from the home of the "great spirit"

Just sayin'...


Well, I thought the name meaning would be appropriate, however, you raise a valid point.

Hmmm.


I'm still gonna ask, but it is a good thing, now that you mention it, to have the back up mountain, lol.
 Quoting: Nyhee7


there's a problem there though

to get permission for a BACK UP mountain. you have to fill out the relevant forms in TRIPLICATE!

fuck that.

too much bother.
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06/16/2010 04:32 PM

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How are you gonna move it shit for brains?


listen, what Ops on about is about as plausible as ALL BPs 'solutions' so far!

lmao


Thanks for the support.

I know it sounds funny, and ridiculous, but I've always wanted to ask God to move a mountain. Seriously. And this is one of the best reasons I can think of to actually ask for such a miracle.
 Quoting: Nyhee7

Go for it...what have you got to lose...
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
ah, you see it is that time do you? it's not a real mountain. it's people.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I actually thought you were looking for good place to watch the mega-tsunami.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 989213


Well, I'm hoping that mega-tsunami doesn't happen, but if it does, I live on Crowley's Ridge in Arkansas, a place that used to be an island many millions of years ago, I should be safe.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Well, I thought the name meaning would be appropriate, however, you raise a valid point.

Hmmm.


I'm still gonna ask, but it is a good thing, now that you mention it, to have the back up mountain, lol.
 Quoting: Nyhee7


Or an offering of tobacco and firearms for trade...lol
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06/16/2010 04:35 PM

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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I think the upper blue ridge mountain range offers the best choices so far,

Would anyone miss mount Mitchell, or Mt. Washington?
 Quoting: Nyhee7

Just leave MT Pisgah alone... I have plans for it myself. rofl
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
ah, you see it is that time do you? it's not a real mountain. it's people.
 Quoting: it is done 987483


Interesting words.

If not now, soon.

One of the things missing from all of these doom scenarios is the miracles during the last days.

So they have to start some time.

I'm going to ask, in a very serious way, but there is no guarantee, of course, and hopefully, lol, no triplicate forms to fill out. :)
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Just leave MT Pisgah alone... I have plans for it myself. rofl
 Quoting: RenegadeSon


Oh really? It looks like a good candidate to me. Many people living on Vanderbilt's property?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

3. It needs to be made of a material that is relatively solid, not anything like a pile of sand stone or loose volcanic ash.

This is a serious question, believe it or not, I could really use help on this.
 Quoting: Nyhee7


Northern New Mexico, the southern part of the Rockies.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

3. It needs to be made of a material that is relatively solid, not anything like a pile of sand stone or loose volcanic ash.

This is a serious question, believe it or not, I could really use help on this.


Northern New Mexico, the southern part of the Rockies.
 Quoting: Ho_Lee_Kao


I will check into that, no one living in the area, well, not many. It shouldn't be close enough to set off Yellowstone, one hopes. Oh man, stopping one disaster and creating another, not good, lol.

thanks, I will check into that.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
well, time for me to go for a while, thank you all for your help, it was truly helpful, no matter the outcome, I appreciated the good-natured comments. :)
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mt bsflag
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
There is a mountain of Hot Air over Washington ... but that would probably just "float away"
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

 Quoting: Nyhee7


That makes no sense
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Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.



That makes no sense
 Quoting: SheldonCooper


sheldon, i've already done this. chuckle

what we need now, is some humongous crane.
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06/16/2010 05:30 PM
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
7300ft. would not be missed much.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
How are you gonna move it shit for brains?


listen, what Ops on about is about as plausible as ALL BPs 'solutions' so far!

lmao


Thanks for the support.

I know it sounds funny, and ridiculous, but I've always wanted to ask God to move a mountain. Seriously. And this is one of the best reasons I can think of to actually ask for such a miracle.
 Quoting: Nyhee7

This Needs a PIN and an Epic Title.
Dear God...can you move a mountain or shake the earth and stop the well in your son Jesus Christ name Amen
If England could win...ok forget that...lets just deal with the well
Amen
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
7300ft. would not be missed much.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 804275


Oh, man, that is sad.

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