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Offline dantxny

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Living in D.C.
« on: May 23, 2007, 04:31:18 PM »
I know we have a few posters here who live in the Washington, D.C area.  I have a friend who is moving there for graduate work and she is having trouble looking for a place.  If those that are in the area know any tips peculair to the area or student deals, would you mind pming me?  I'd really appreciate it. 
Daniel
"If you give the average Frenchman a choice between a reforming president who would plug the country's huge deficit and a good cheese, he would probably opt for the cheese." - Stephen Clarke
I think the French may be on to something here.