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Justin in Miami
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Watch this.
      #16051 - Tue Jul 13 2004 06:52 PM

I know some of you have watched this video of Hurricane Pongsona in Guam 10/07/02. I found it on another site. For some of us who have not been through a major cane this gives you a LITTLE peek. I think it is great footage.

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Re: Watch this. [Re: Justin in Miami]
      #16052 - Tue Jul 13 2004 07:15 PM


Ed may move that to the "Other Storm Basins" forum (along with this reply), but great footage nonetheless. Gives us all something to ponder during this slow time. I have a buddy who was in the Navy and stationed in Guam during the late 80's. I don't think he ever went through a supertyphoon, but he had some stories. So of course, when he got back to the states, he moved to...Florida.


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Re: new url for video [Re: Justin in Miami]
      #79678 - Sat Jan 12 2008 02:34 AM

Visit and search for the user abideworldwide to watch the video.

- The guy who recorded it

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