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Mt St Helens
      #33563 - Mon Oct 04 2004 04:43 PM

I used to live up in washington and i thought that it was pretty interesting that their saying helens is going to blow again. Do you think it will be a serious explosion?? Thanks.
By the way i know this has nothing to do with canes' i was just curious.


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Re: Mt St Helens [Re: Spike]
      #33564 - Mon Oct 04 2004 06:29 PM

Spike, I think this type of post should go in the E and N forum. This does not pretain to weather. Sorry Spike, just helping out.

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Re: Mt St Helens [Re: Keith234]
      #33573 - Mon Oct 04 2004 08:21 PM

Oh sorry. I thought it would work here because it was accuring naturally. ok anyway sorry for the mistake.

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Re: Mt St Helens [Re: Spike]
      #33580 - Mon Oct 04 2004 09:47 PM

Actually, a volcanic eruption, just like a hurricane or earthquake is a natural disaster, and is "weather" related. The post is fine in this forum. For those of us alive in 1980 when she blew her top, ash and other volcanic material traveled as far east as the mississippi river, and was particularly bad for Washington State. I remember seeing pictures of cars covered 3' deep in ash in some cases.

Lets hope she only lets off some steam this time, and does not produce a full bore explosion.

Also, if memory (what little I have left) serves, there was a man who lived in Mt. St. Helens' shadow, named George Washington of all things, who refused to evacuate when he was warned and of course, he perished. Man, that brings back some memories...

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Re: Mt St Helens [Re: LI Phil]
      #33581 - Mon Oct 04 2004 10:19 PM

And that's why I'm not a moderator, Sorry Spike

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Re: Mt St Helens [Re: Keith234]
      #33599 - Tue Oct 05 2004 08:01 PM

Its no problem man. Yea though LI Phil im hoping its not to big of a eruption my parents were living in washington in 1980 so they are kinda suprised that it is going to blow.

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Harry Truman [Re: LI Phil]
      #33615 - Wed Oct 06 2004 08:53 PM

Close Phil. The guy's name was Harry Truman. I remember him as a crotchety old guy, but according to this article, he may have just talked himself into a jam.

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Re: Harry Truman [Re: Mozart]
      #33619 - Thu Oct 07 2004 12:34 AM

Amadeus,

You are indeed correct...see...the brain cells just aren't all functioning at the same time anymore...but at least I remembered it was the name of a former president (not so bad after 24 years, I guess). I had a one in 42 chance of being right

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Re: Harry Truman [Re: LI Phil]
      #34390 - Tue Nov 09 2004 01:06 AM

Lava contines to rise in helens. They say by a dumptruck load ever min. I dont expect to get any replys just wanted to imform all of you who didnt know.

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