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clyde w

      #3643 - Tue Sep 17 2002 06:19 PM

Hey Kevin, what are the local mets saying? I'm in O-Town too, but stuck at work late (grrr!) Can't login from here either.

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Tallahassee Bill
      #3646 - Tue Sep 17 2002 06:51 PM

Why do you ssay the advisory for Florida is more ominous?? When I left work at 6 I thought there was more uncertainty....Advise please. Thanks

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