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Holy Moly
      #9908 - Sun Aug 24 2003 09:00 PM



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Re: Holy Moly
      #9914 - Sun Aug 24 2003 10:16 PM

Sort of speaks for itself doesn't it - but the real test is - what will it look like 3 days from now?
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Re: Holy Moly
      #9915 - Sun Aug 24 2003 10:43 PM

Yes Ed, your right... Next couple of days will be interesting... It could develope right away, or it could fizzle right out... Good old tropics.. LOL Wait and see..



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