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# From A to B, and places between

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18 Mar 2008, 10:08
Dosa,

Yes i lived in cinci for about 2 years. Worked with GE Aircraft engines there. I still have quite a few friends there. And yes, I was born in gaya, but its the place where he achieved enlightenment, he was born in kapilvastu which is close to Nepal border. In fact i studied in a shabby hostel in gaya which was only couple of miles away from the tree where lord budhha found enlightenment. fortunate eh ?

dosa_don wrote:
Pandey- you lived in Cinci? I am currently live in Mason, just north of Cinci. Also is Gaya = birth place of Buddha?

pandeyrav wrote:
Here are all the places i have lived at:

http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=AACD35257 ... &encType=1

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18 Mar 2008, 10:13
Pandey- the GE building down down I-75? And yes, my bad regarding Gaya. You should have used this in your essays somewhere

pandeyrav wrote:
Dosa,

Yes i lived in cinci for about 2 years. Worked with GE Aircraft engines there. I still have quite a few friends there. And yes, I was born in gaya, but its the place where he achieved enlightenment, he was born in kapilvastu which is close to Nepal border. In fact i studied in a shabby hostel in gaya which was only couple of miles away from the tree where lord budhha found enlightenment. fortunate eh ?

dosa_don wrote:
Pandey- you lived in Cinci? I am currently live in Mason, just north of Cinci. Also is Gaya = birth place of Buddha?

pandeyrav wrote:
Here are all the places i have lived at:

http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=AACD35257 ... &encType=1

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18 Mar 2008, 10:16
yep, thats the building. Down I-75. I used gaya a little bit in my essays (the chicago PPT). Other places i could not find a suitable place to weave it in. May be i will do it this year in aug/ sep when i reapply.

dosa_don wrote:
Pandey- the GE building down down I-75? And yes, my bad regarding Gaya. You should have used this in your essays somewhere

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18 Mar 2008, 10:19
You are not reapplying- you will get into W and/or chicago for sure

pandeyrav wrote:
yep, thats the building. Down I-75. I used gaya a little bit in my essays (the chicago PPT). Other places i could not find a suitable place to weave it in. May be i will do it this year in aug/ sep when i reapply.

dosa_don wrote:
Pandey- the GE building down down I-75? And yes, my bad regarding Gaya. You should have used this in your essays somewhere

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18 Mar 2008, 10:21
haha ... thanks for the kind words. It be great if that happens. if not, i am ready to do whatever it takes next time.

dosa_don wrote:
You are not reapplying- you will get into W and/or chicago for sure

pandeyrav wrote:
yep, thats the building. Down I-75. I used gaya a little bit in my essays (the chicago PPT). Other places i could not find a suitable place to weave it in. May be i will do it this year in aug/ sep when i reapply.

dosa_don wrote:
Pandey- the GE building down down I-75? And yes, my bad regarding Gaya. You should have used this in your essays somewhere

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18 Mar 2008, 10:27
pandeyrav wrote:
Here are all the places i have lived at:

http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=AACD35257 ... &encType=1

Hey Pandey, you live in ATL now?

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18 Mar 2008, 10:30
Yes, I live close to intersection of lavista and briarcliff. Are you in Atl too ?
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pandeyrav wrote:
Here are all the places i have lived at:

http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=AACD35257 ... &encType=1

Hey Pandey, you live in ATL now?

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18 Mar 2008, 10:55
pandeyrav wrote:
Yes, I live close to intersection of lavista and briarcliff. Are you in Atl too ?
Columbia08 wrote:
pandeyrav wrote:
Here are all the places i have lived at:

http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=AACD35257 ... &encType=1

Hey Pandey, you live in ATL now?

No my brother does and I'm constantly visiting...he lives in metro ATL..Austell. Hope the Tornado did not touch you or anything close to you ...let me know if you get to Philly after that Wharton admit!

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18 Mar 2008, 11:34
Awesome thread. Remembers me of Kwam's Chicago PPT.

Here's mine
http://maps.live.com/?v=2&cid=22BA2F738 ... &encType=1

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18 Mar 2008, 11:47

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18 Mar 2008, 12:07
kwam wrote:
rhyme wrote:
I can't remember who but someone once made the slickest looking ppt page about this. Kwam was it you? It looked exactly like the GSB viewbook, even down to the font, and colors and everything. It was really quite cool.

It was bsd, Indeed it is really cool...

he should post it. It really was very good.

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18 Mar 2008, 12:12
dosa_don wrote:
Max- you studied at KGP? I think we have folks from IITB, IITD, IITM, IITR here.

yes, I studied in the bong land for 5 yrs..:O . I knew that you were from IITM. Don't know about other folks..

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19 Mar 2008, 14:06
damn my secret's out !!!! I'll post it if I get an admit ...

Glad you liked it rhyme. I hope the others in adcom think the same.

kwam wrote:
rhyme wrote:
I can't remember who but someone once made the slickest looking ppt page about this. Kwam was it you? It looked exactly like the GSB viewbook, even down to the font, and colors and everything. It was really quite cool.

It was bsd, Indeed it is really cool...

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