You got 10 more channels then I got Fred, but then again, being conservative I don't want my kids watching that liberal television crap. (Okay, so I was just winding up the liberals on here for fun, no harm meant as they are all good guys).
As for the story Freddy, kind of reminds me of the ole Shipyard down in Portsmouth. The workers claimed it was in NH for years since NH does not pay in state income tax, but any fool looking at the map could tell what side of the line that island was on. I guess they finally decided it a few years ago in court. Not sure what those shipbuilders pay in income tax, but I know I sure pay enough building ships in Bath. (Bath, Maine and not Bath, NH which would be a funny spot to build ships to say the least). I would say we build better ships since ours don't sink, but that is no longer the case. At least we are better then our rivals down in MS; during sea trials one of their ships masts fell off. That is pretty bad welding when a mast falls off a brand new ship...they are 110 feet in the air after all.
I still love my dear NH girl, but it has taken a bit of patience to live with her. She tried to put milk bottles in with my returnables the other day, and it took over a year to get her to stop tossing soda cans in the trash! Worse yet is on the 4th of July she is looking for "shock and awe" here in Waldo County because in NH C-4 is considered a firecracker and anything less than Napalm does not light up the sky enough for her. I told her just because NH's open use of high explosives blew the Old Man on the Mountain down into the valley, doesn't mean we want Mt Katadin to be 100 feet shorter. She gets testy enough when I call her a "flat lander though stating how Mt Washington is higher then our highest "hill" as she calls it. I felt bad for her, so now I just kiddingly call her "import", as in, "Hey, import, can I get some supper". That does not generate advantageous amicable domestic relations however.