“Very few aren’t expecting Gulf dteirsnes, with the glaring exception of Blue New England, where only Massachusetts will be taking them (2500 to Cape Cod this week through an effort led by Gov. Mitt Romney).”I see that even in the current emergency, you don’t miss the cheap shot. Why take exception with the Red mountain states, as long as you’re taking the low road?
Hi Ivan,One of the effects of my past and eodtaciun was that I realized that if I really listen to someone I learn so much not only by the words they share but about the speaker too. My friends joke that I am psychic but the reality is that I just really listen to what people say. To just not pay attention to every word is kind of rude and sad because a person will miss out on so much. Hope all is awesome!
You claim to have winners of the Christmas lighting series posted on this web site but I can’t find them. I’m looking for the lights and trains on Devon Rd. Riverside, NJ. I believe the name is Mike and Sherry Hout.
What we need is publishing HOW to ppreare yourself and your family BEFORE a storm hits, we all know the Hurricane season is June 1st until Dec. 1st, although one,Agnes, hit early in the season (june) and there was one Many years ago that hit in dec. most hit in Aug. Sept. and Nov., the mostrongest are usually in Sept. and Oct. Knowing this and also knowing the paths that are mostly taken can dictate how much you ppreare and where your safe havens are if you live near shorelines, rivers and bays. The Miami Hearld,alm Beach Post/Times, Fort Myers and Tampa/St.Pete papers used to publish toward the end of May what you neede and what to do once a Hurricane watch went up. We are suppose to be responsible for ourselves, lookout for our elderly and handicapped neighbors, not depend on the gov’t. to provide. Relying on “Big Brother” is one of the things that drives up taxes and enlarges the deficit. Hurricane preparation is really not hard and if you add a thing or two to each weeks list you can get it done in a month.
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