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SQFreak

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« on: 02-02-2003 22:34 »
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I recently took a trip to Miami, FL, and on my way driving, I saw an Alcazar Restaurant (I believe off the Palmetto Expressway, though I'm not sure) and later an Alcazar Avenue in Coral Gables (an upper-class suburb of Miami; where the University of Miami is located). It can be found on MapBlast (and I'll bet other mapping sites) by looking for Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables, FL.
Was the "Bicyclops Built for Two" character's name spelled Alkazar or Alcazar? Maybe the writers (unintentionally) got the name from this place.

EDIT: Fixed URL. But it still doesn't work. So I got rid of it.
Margarita

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« Reply #1 on: 02-02-2003 22:43 »

Whats the point of this thread?
btw,Alkazar
Nixorbo

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« Reply #2 on: 02-03-2003 02:14 »

And I was looking at my calendar, and I saw Friday, or "Fry-day," and maybe the producers were influenced by that, too.  Coincidence?  I think so!
SQFreak

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« Reply #3 on: 02-03-2003 08:16 »

I'm sorry that I thought it was interesting!
Nixorbo

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« Reply #4 on: 02-03-2003 13:06 »

That's what you get for thinking!  Mwahaha!
Teral

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« Reply #5 on: 02-03-2003 15:53 »

 
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Originally posted by SQFreak:
I recently took a trip to Miami, FL, and on my way driving, I saw an Alcazar Restaurant (I believe off the Palmetto Expressway, though I'm not sure) and later an Alcazar Avenue in Coral Gables (an upper-class suburb of Miami; where the University of Miami is located). It can be found on MapBlast (and I'll bet other mapping sites) by looking for Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables, FL.
Was the "Bicyclops Built for Two" character's name spelled Alkazar or Alcazar? Maybe the writers (unintentionally) got the name from this place.

EDIT: Fixed URL. But it still doesn't work. So I got rid of it.

Alcazar/Alkazar is a pretty common Spanish name (or so have I been led to believe) meaning "castle" or "citadel". I think they just plucked it out if the air.

Don't even ask why I knew so much about Alcazar, it's a stupid story.
SQFreak

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« Reply #6 on: 02-03-2003 22:05 »

Cool, Teral! I didn't know that. That explains...well..everything. I'll shut up now.
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