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Re: Interesting line of storms in Nebraska today
      Mon May 31 2004 03:28 AM

Well, I am still up in the air on the value of their new radar products - especially since it will be more than the pro account. I believe the same functionality may be available using stand-alone one time purchase programs. Good thing is they have been very willing to listen to suggestions and have personally responded to every single suggestion I've made.

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* Interesting line of storms in Nebraska today Domino Mon May 31 2004 03:28 AM
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