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Re: Re: Re: 30 Things Hurricanes Charley Frances

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Posted by Alex on September 10, 2004 at 20:42:48 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: 30 Things Hurricanes Charley Frances Taug posted by DD on September 10, 2004 at 20:19:40:


I haven't had much time to jooin in lately, But I've been thinking of all the people down your way.

I've been through herricanes(sp?), tornados, typhoons, blizzards,-50*F weather, freezing fog, 90*F fog, earthquakes, hot spells, Dam ruptures, fires at sea and on land, electrical shock, plant explosions at four different processing facilities and one submarine, then divorced once.

If it was not for other people I wouldn't be here today.

When times get tough, I realize that there are some low life who will take advantage of others, but I still like to believe that most people, reguardless of color, religion,ethnical background, political opinion, or the TRACTOR THEY DRIVE!!!!! are good people who will help out the less fortunate, and may not have much to share, but will willing share what they do have.


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