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Old 08-07-2013, 07:18 PM   #1  
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Default What Does NSV,SV & Onederland Mean?

I was wondering what NSV,SV and Onederland mean? Just wondering, Thanks to anyone who replies back.
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Non-Scale Victory, Scale Victory, "Onederland" is being under 199 or less. The one from the one hundred is where "onederland" comes from.

I imagine it's an incredible, super awesome place I can't wait to see.
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Non-Scale Victory, Scale Victory, "Onederland" is being under 199 or less. The one from the one hundred is where "onederland" comes from.

I imagine it's an incredible, super awesome place I can't wait to see.
You are so close...I bet you can almost taste it. May it come sooner and not later!!
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@mariposssa LOL Thank you! The suspense is killing me!
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Oh okay thanks for answering my questions
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I just got to Twooterville today (299) which is the 200's version of Wonderland.

I would prefer using Twoville as I suspect more people would get a Dr. Suess reference to Whoville (from Horton Hears a Who, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas) than to the old Petticoat Junction/Beverly Hillbillies sitcom reference to the sleepy little town of Hooterville.
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I'm old .... I get it

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I'm old too, I can't think of Pettycoat Junction without thinking of the Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres, because once they went to syndication, they were often shown in tandem.

I didn't like Pettycoat Junction as much as the other two, but I watched it anyway because it was always sandwiched between the other two. The only character I liked on PJ was the dog.
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