Yes, I do!
I remember back when I was living in Missouri and so homesick for New York, I used to get so peeved because there is a Finger Lakes State Park (I think that's the name) in Missouri. They are filled-in strip mines, and people would always call them "the Finger Lakes." I was hard put not to snap, "The Finger Lakes are in New York, and they were formed naturally, by glaciers!"
I can see why that would get to you. They should have come up with a more suitable name like the Scars-Upon-the-Land Lakes.
Wow! The Finger Lakes were formed by glaciers, huh? It took years but my lesson is finally complete. When my elementary school teacher called on me to name The Finger Lakes, I said "Lake Erie, Lake Huron..." She stopped me and said those were The Great Lakes. "Didn't you do your assignment?" I said no, they're just lakes and what's the difference. She told me to go to to the blackboard and write the names of The Finger Lakes 50 times. I got up and went to the door and told her "You
write the names 50 times" and left. There was no Mississippi River to float down on a raft, like Huckleberry Finn would have done, so I took a walk down Jamaica Avenue and bought a slice of pizza.