Tue Aug 23 2005 08:18 AM
the system that Stephen King would be proud of....

I am going to be very curious what visible light brings for former 10. the system that refuses to die. Can't really tell from IR what's lurking down at the surface. I don't think it's organized yet, but it's not for lack of effort at this point. Heck, I imagine everyone and their golden retrievers are watching this system. I still find it interesting/amazing how stubborn the system has been. (even if in general it's probably not the origional TD10 anymore... it's close enough)

Anyone else want to say TD at 5PM today? Caveat being, that there is a LLC somewhere down there and the system continues to organize and the storms don't die as soon as I go to bed


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