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forgiven
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Message 16 of 19 (25018)
11-30-2002 7:19 AM
Reply to: Message 7 by Chara
11-28-2002 2:14 AM


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Originally posted by Chara:
Joz,
How long have you been in the States? Why did you move there? and why Vermont? I've heard its beautiful there in the fall.
What kind of work do you do now? and what hockey team do you cheer for?

yeah... and what color's your toothbrush and do you part your hair on the left or right *grin*

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funkmasterfreaky
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Message 17 of 19 (25081)
11-30-2002 5:30 PM
Reply to: Message 15 by Tranquility Base
11-29-2002 11:18 PM


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Originally posted by Tranquility Base:
I'm a bit of a torndao fanatic for some reason even though they're very rare here (Australia). My first memories include being carried across a UoMichigan football field to a basement just before a (tornado) touchdown and my father driving in between two spouts across a bridge.
[This message has been edited by Tranquility Base, 11-29-2002]

You guys must be nuts. I've been lucky being a prairie dweller all my life never to have seen a tornado. I don't think I'd personally go chase after them, having seen the effects of the awesome power of these storms. I always kind of wondered what drove people to chase after storms, especially when we can never really tell what such a storm will do. To my knowledge they are very unpredictable as to which way they will go or where they will touch down. Definately wouldn't want to guess wrong! I am personally fascinated lately with volcanoes and eathquakes. Having felt the after shocks of an earthquake a couple years ago, pretty disturbing feeling when the ground seems to take on liquid properties. I'm not used to the ground moving as where i live things are pretty stable.
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Coragyps
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Message 18 of 19 (25093)
11-30-2002 8:43 PM
Reply to: Message 10 by Coragyps
11-28-2002 3:58 PM


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expecting first grandchild this afternoon or next week or so.
Pretty close, huh!? Granddaughter arrived this afternoon, and is no doubt beautiful, though 4000 miles away.

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forgiven
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Message 19 of 19 (25124)
12-01-2002 8:32 AM
Reply to: Message 18 by Coragyps
11-30-2002 8:43 PM


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expecting first grandchild this afternoon or next week or so.
Pretty close, huh!? Granddaughter arrived this afternoon, and is no doubt beautiful, though 4000 miles away.

belated congratulations, coragyps.. i hope mother and daughter are healthy and i hope you have a chance to see both soon

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