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Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Comments

Suzette

Glad to hear you made it home. To listen to the weather channel, they already have you under 10 feet of water. Try to float with your right arm up to catch what sun there is, just to balance things out.

rockynoggin

Glad it was just a voluntary evacuation - then those stuck in traffic can't blame anyone but themselves for listening to the government!

GrumpyBunny

Now don't go bragging about your tan. People might think you've been on vacation. And driving that distance in that amount of time is not vacation. Not fun. And no AC, I woulda be swearing up a storm and probably ripping clothes off.

And an 80-MILE commute? Are you insane? Oh, wait I know that answer to that one.

Glad you're ok. I was freakin' when I saw the path yesterday. Figured that was why I hadn't heard a peep from ya. THEY seemed certain it would hit FL again.

schmed

Man, comments are 3-for-3 on using "Glad" to begin a sentence!

We can officially start the "Damages due to Ivan" calculation with a round estimate of $0.000001 Billion to fix my air conditioner what blowed out.

Suzette

What is the issue with an 80 mile commute? I don't find that at all unusual.

dave

I'd have to be purdy highly compensated to spend almost 3 hours of my day going to and from work. That's positively ins.. nevermind, we covered that.

schmed

Yes, and your point is what?

dave

Who said anything about a pernt???

CC

I spent an hour and a half on my 7 mile commute yesterday. Damn yats clogged up all the roads.

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