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Monday, my dad and I got me a car. It's a 1994 Ford Explorer. He paid $1,500 for it. I just have to pay him $200 a month until it's all paid off. It runs pretty good and has new winter tires on it. The inside needs to be cleaned a little. I'm so glad to have my own car.

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I hope you have a great day and get everything to want *HUGS*

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On 6 July 2007 I went down to Bellows Falls, VT. which is only a half hour from where I live. I took some photos of Indian Carvings that are down there and that I have known about all my life. I went down there in May to take photos of them, but the water was so high that they were covered. I was able to take photos of them now since the water was a lot lower where it should be.

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This last Saturday was the Simpson Movie Premiere in my town. I went down to check it out. It wasn't too bad. We got a plaque and the creator and people that do the voices were here. I took some photos while I was there, but didn't get to see Matt Groening and the people that do the voices. I was only there for an hour.

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I don't know if any of you are Simpson fans, but I found out yesterday that My home town Springfield, VT one the contest in which the winning Springfield gets the right to host “The Simpsons" movie premiere on July 21st.

"News stories from USA Today"
Jubilant Vermont town hits a Homer
By Cindy Clark, USA TODAY

last-minute entry wound up the winner in the competition to host The Simpsons Movie premiere.

Springfield, Vt., beat out 13 other Springfields across the country that entered the Hometown Movie Challenge. Twentieth Century Fox studio asked them to create a video showing their enthusiasm for The Simpsons. Videos were posted on USA TODAY's website, where readers voted for their favorite.

MORE: A 'Simpsons' frenzy in Springfield, Vt.

Springfield, Vt., got 15,367 votes. Springfield, Ill., came in second with 14,634 votes. Springfield, Ore., was third with 13,894.

A 'Simpsons' frenzy in Springfield, Vt.
By Marisol Bello, USA TODAY

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — It didn't take long for the word to spread through town that Springfield will host The Simpsons Movie premiere.
The town has, after all, only 9,300 people. And for a burg with one movie theater and a main street anchored by the public library, the news was big.

MORE: Jubliant Vermont town hits a Homer

Liz Clapperton, a local waitress, heard the news on the phone from her excited 14-year-old son, Jordan.

"My son was yelling, "We won, we won, we won,' " Clapperton said. "We won what? The megabucks? That's what I thought the way he was screaming."

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