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Loc: SARASOTA 27.27N 82.53W
      #92486 - Thu May 03 2012 12:47 PM

So, last weekend's blob soaked SFLa and booked off to LA/GA. What will THIS weekend's blob do??
(Fairly interesting pre-season, Feb-May, so far...)

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