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Old August 24th 07, 05:19 AM posted to alt.astronomy,comp.os.os2.advocacy,demon.local,rec.aviation.products
Michael Baldwin, Bruce[_2_]
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Default More Troubling Planetary News!!!

nightsoil wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Double-Anus wrote:
Kook Double-Anus
"WINONA, MINN. -- Flooding of potentially historic proportions swept
across the southeastern boot of Minnesota on Sunday, killing at least
four people, displacing hundreds and washing away roads, railroad
tracks and homes."

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20350393/


"The remnants of Tropical Storm Erin, killed six people in Oklahoma,
eight in Texas and one in Missouri, where up to 11 inches of rain fell
in a few hours Monday.

Tuesday morning, heavy rain in Ohio caused flooding that closed a
seven-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in the northwest part of the
state, the Highway Patrol said."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070821/...re_us/flooding


"Miami, Aug. 21 (AP): Hurricane Dean was the third-most intense
Atlantic hurricane to make landfall since record keeping began in the
1850s, based on its central atmospheric pressure, forecasters said."

"Dean was a top-scale Category 5 storm at landfall Tuesday on Mexico's
Yucatan Peninsula. Its maximum sustained winds were 165 mph (265 kph)
and gusts reached 200 mph (322 kph). Just before landfall, a Global
Positioning System device dropped from a hurricane hunter aircraft
found it had a central pressure of 906 millibars, forecasters said."

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus...0708212121.htm


Oh the humanity!

Double-Anus


nightsoil

The first major storm of the season and it was a holy whopper,
a Cat 5 equaling total destruction, oh mercy! What's coming up next Cat
mega unbelievable? Lucky Jamaica and Cayman Islands that Dean was
diverted during the last hours, hmmmmm, maybe Darla and the Seans heard
the Captain on the Com thanks to Officer Greysky.

thank heavens,
the FrOOtL00p


Let's hope the next one washing you and the other saucerheads away,
FrOOtL00p.

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Old August 24th 07, 07:10 AM posted to alt.astronomy,comp.os.os2.advocacy,demon.local,rec.aviation.products
Double-A
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Default More Troubling Planetary News!!!

On Aug 23, 9:19 pm, "Michael Baldwin, Bruce"
wrote:
nightsoil wrote:
nightsoil wrote


Double-Anus wrote:
Kook Double-Anus
"WINONA, MINN. -- Flooding of potentially historic proportions swept
across the southeastern boot of Minnesota on Sunday, killing at least
four people, displacing hundreds and washing away roads, railroad
tracks and homes."


http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20350393/


"The remnants of Tropical Storm Erin, killed six people in Oklahoma,
eight in Texas and one in Missouri, where up to 11 inches of rain fell
in a few hours Monday.


Tuesday morning, heavy rain in Ohio caused flooding that closed a
seven-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in the northwest part of the
state, the Highway Patrol said."


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070821/...re_us/flooding


"Miami, Aug. 21 (AP): Hurricane Dean was the third-most intense
Atlantic hurricane to make landfall since record keeping began in the
1850s, based on its central atmospheric pressure, forecasters said."


"Dean was a top-scale Category 5 storm at landfall Tuesday on Mexico's
Yucatan Peninsula. Its maximum sustained winds were 165 mph (265 kph)
and gusts reached 200 mph (322 kph). Just before landfall, a Global
Positioning System device dropped from a hurricane hunter aircraft
found it had a central pressure of 906 millibars, forecasters said."


http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus...0708212121.htm


Oh the humanity!


Double-Anus


nightsoil


The first major storm of the season and it was a holy whopper,
a Cat 5 equaling total destruction, oh mercy! What's coming up next Cat
mega unbelievable? Lucky Jamaica and Cayman Islands that Dean was
diverted during the last hours, hmmmmm, maybe Darla and the Seans heard
the Captain on the Com thanks to Officer Greysky.


thank heavens,
the FrOOtL00p


Let's hope the next one washing you and the other saucerheads away,
FrOOtL00p.



Shut up, Bruce!


 




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