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everyone.
01/Sep/08 12:00 AM
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Spring is here at last!
I just read that Gustav has already taken 80 lives, and am hoping that no more are lost, and that damage is minimal. My thoughts are with those in the hurricane's path.
01/Sep/08 12:03 AM
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2:11. What a wonderful photo!
01/Sep/08 12:03 AM
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It is too Susan, I was only saying a few hours ago that it was the last day of Winter and tonight proves it - a very mild 7.5 degrees c.
01/Sep/08 12:05 AM
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Good Maen everyone, I love holiday weekends, especially when I am home alone. I am in the middle of painting the steps in my house, doesn't that sound like fun? I know it will be a long time before I can afford to finish them in oak so this is a nice option until I win the lottery!
01/Sep/08 12:08 AM
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Maen all.
Precious pup and child! Hi Chris and Susan - so glad Spring has sprung down under.
Prayers to our friends down south - it's been a nasty hurricane season.
01/Sep/08 12:09 AM
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Morning Linda - keep up the good work!
01/Sep/08 12:10 AM
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all - yes it has cooled. Friday was 95°, yesterday 77° and today may make it to 70°. Today our Church service will be held "Down by the Riverside" (Rogue River) with a big picnic lunch after the service.

Last night's concert was WILLIE More...
01/Sep/08 12:13 AM
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Hi Miss Hare. Chris, a very 'mild' 7.5 degrees???? Brrrrr It rarely gets that low here, and when it does I can hardly function, and even then,it's only the odd cold snap, late night or early morning temperature. Here, it's 24, and I still have socks and winter jammies on. hehe
01/Sep/08 12:13 AM
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Happy birthday, Mary from St Louis!
01/Sep/08 12:24 AM
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Definitely a girl's best friend. A picture of true love.

Susan, it looks like Gustav is going to hit New Orleans as a cat 3 or 4 hurricane. The people there are prepared and they have already started mandatory evacuations. New Orleans sits below sea level. 3 years ago when Katrina hit, More...
01/Sep/08 12:25 AM
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01/Sep/08 12:26 AM
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Morning Tami and Eve!
Eve - have fond memories of tubing on the Rouge - beautiful river...lovely spot for a service.
01/Sep/08 12:28 AM
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to all the first-pagers & others around the world. Susan, I think Gustav is going to be even worse than Katrina. He is so big that as he passed by out in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico yesterday we had rain bands pouring down on us way over in the Tampa area. Forecasters More...
01/Sep/08 12:29 AM
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Tami, I read of a flower shop owner refusing to leave New Orleans despite the threat of arrest. You just can't help some people I suppose.
01/Sep/08 12:29 AM
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Susan, and anyone else, if you have time, meet me in the chat room.
01/Sep/08 12:30 AM
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I am going to call the American Red Cross and give them 200 dollars today. I urge all of you to do the same, less if you must, more if you can!
They are going to need a lot of money in the coming days to deal with Gustav. New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin(D) called Gustav 'The Mother of all Storms' More...
01/Sep/08 12:31 AM
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American Red Cross emergency giving phone:
1-800-HELP-NOW
01/Sep/08 12:32 AM
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Soon, Tami, got to get my joggers on. I think Miss Hare might have her sights set on something.
01/Sep/08 12:32 AM
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Susan, that's the mildest night-time temperature we've had for a couple of months. Most nights over the last four weeks have been below zero. At least it'll give the gas bill a well-earned rest!
01/Sep/08 12:33 AM
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Hmmm....
01/Sep/08 12:33 AM
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Did I win? Am I there yet?
01/Sep/08 12:34 AM
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Had trouble getting on today, thought the site might be broken again, guess it was just me
01/Sep/08 12:34 AM
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Here I come Tami...
01/Sep/08 12:34 AM
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I am thankful that the storm missed us in S. Florida but I can't help bur feel for the people of New Orleans. Lets keep them in our prayers. My dog Rachel was adopted after Katrina. A lot of abandoned dogs were brought here on the hopes that they would be adopted. It took me about a week of to More...
01/Sep/08 12:35 AM
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If New Orleans takes a direct hit, it's all over. According to an engineering study I read recently, the levees will not hold. It would have cost too much money to rebuild them correctly. Of course, the oldest parts of New Orleans should survive as they did when Katrina struck because they're More...
01/Sep/08 12:36 AM
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Oh Susan! Sue almost slipped in there unaware! No dumb luck today for her or me!!!
01/Sep/08 12:36 AM
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Jane is correct. Nawlins is in very big trouble. I was taught in the 1970s that back-to-back Hurricanes could literally wipe New Orleans off the map. All the hand-wringing over Katrina and politicians saying "we could not have known" was bull, engineers all knew the city is mostly below More...
01/Sep/08 12:47 AM
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That sounds a bit like some areas of California, where new housing estates were built in high fire risk areas despite warnings.
01/Sep/08 12:51 AM
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I would love to donate $200.00 or more to the American Red Cross, but I have 2 kids in college and about $50.00 to last till Friday (payday) so I will donate blood, and volunteer and donation points as I did after Katrina. Our community loaded semi trucks with non-perishable foods, diapers, cleaning supplies, etc...
01/Sep/08 12:53 AM
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A year ago our area went through terrible flooding, people just 4 blocks from us lost everything, we are on higher ground so we were not affected. My family and I worked on releif efforts, clean up, fund raising, and there are still people living in FEMA traliers, awaiting federal money to rebuild More...
01/Sep/08 12:58 AM
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My thoughts and prayers are with all of the people in the target areas.
01/Sep/08 1:02 AM
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Thank you for giving your very lifesblood Linda. I am chicken of the needle so I pay up some cash. Lets all hope our efforts help the people of the South.
01/Sep/08 1:14 AM
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As I sit here having my coffee, chatting with friends, and try to gain the motivation to put the second coat of paint on my steps, there are people trying to pack up their lives and get to safety. It makes me say a prayer for what I do have.
01/Sep/08 1:18 AM
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Sunday over here! Back home safely and off to work shortly.

After 9/11, I started donating blood at the American Red Cross on a regular basis. Please consider donating (money, blood, whatever you are able) to help others.
01/Sep/08 1:21 AM
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New Orleans doesn't deserve this. When we were there (for the first time) a few months ago, I was so impressed with the friendliness and resilience of the folks we met there. While still angry at the government, they were for the most part positive and upbeat. They don't deserve this.
01/Sep/08 1:47 AM
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Amen Keith
01/Sep/08 1:52 AM
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It is very sobering when things like a Gustav, a typhoon, an earthquake, or other natural disasters strike, especially close to home. When Katrina hit, out schools and churches were used to house evacuees. The community is gearing up again just in case.
01/Sep/08 2:07 AM
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Sorry All. New Orleans doesn't deserve this? I wish them well, but, what should one expect when they build below sea level in an area prone to storm surge, and high winds? Some never learn, Mother Nature usually prevails...
01/Sep/08 2:35 AM
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Good morning all!
01/Sep/08 2:38 AM
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