A Christmas wish--more data!!

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 25. joulukuuta 2008 klo 19:48 (GMT)

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Well, it's been another crazy weather year in 2008 here on planet Earth. As we look back on the year, I want to thank all of you for participating in the unique community we've built here at Weather Underground to help document, understand, mourn, and celebrate the ways weather impacts our lives. Special thanks go to all of you who helped out those affected by this year's destructive hurricanes. As we look ahead towards 2009, I'm sure you're wondering what's on my Christmas wish list for the coming year. Hmmm, let's see--let's start with money to fund improved hurricane intensity forecasts, a new QuikSCAT satellite...and more data!

More data, more data,
Right now and not later.
Our storms are distressing,
Our problems are pressing.
We can brook no delay
For theorists to play.
Let us repair
To the principle sublime:
Measure everything, everywhere,
All the time.

For data are solid,
Though dull and though stolid;
Consider their aptness,
Their matter-of-factness.
Theory is confusion,
A snare and delusion,
A dastardly dare,
A culpable crime.
Measure everything, everywhere,
All the time.

No need to be weary
Of the mysteries of theory.
We only must look
At the data we took.
Immediately inspired,
Grasp the answers required.
What are so rare,
As reason and rhyme?
Measure everything, everywhere,
All the time.

More data, more data,
From pole to equator;
We'll gain our salvation
Through mass mensuration.
Thence flows our might,
Our sweetness, our light.
Our spirits full fair, our souls sublime:
Measure everything, everywhere,
All the time.

It shall come to pass, even in our days,
That ignorance shall vanish and doubt disappear.
Then shall men survey with tranquil gaze
The ordered elements shorn of all fear.

Thus to omniscience shall we climb,
Measuring everything, everywhere, all the time.


Poem credit: A. Fleisher. Originally published in 1957 in the Proc. Sixth Weather Radar Conf., American Meteorology Society, Boston, MA, P. 59. Slightly modified by Peter Black, NOAA's Hurricane Research Division.

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Jeff Masters

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210. weatherbro
30. joulukuuta 2008 klo 03:52 (GMT)
The models are forecasting mid-January to be brutally cold for the east posibly like 1985...

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209. KoritheMan
30. joulukuuta 2008 klo 03:52 (GMT)
Quoting futuremet:
What happened to StormW?


I heard he doesn't drop by much during the off season.
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208. futuremet
30. joulukuuta 2008 klo 02:40 (GMT)
What happened to StormW?
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207. surfmom
30. joulukuuta 2008 klo 02:20 (GMT)
Oh well, maybe tomorrow - early evening was the best for me -- just the way everything lined up.

Got an early day tomorrow - adios
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206. AstroHurricane001
30. joulukuuta 2008 klo 02:08 (GMT)
Quoting surfmom:
The night sky in SWFL is extraordinary tonight -- just so beautiful. The planets and the moon are sparkling -- Check it out LowerCal's Blog to know what you're looking out!!

Aww...too bad we have a cloudy (and very windy!) sky here right now in S. Ontario. By the way, 2009 is the International Year of Astronomy. Happy New Year!
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205. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:44 (GMT)
Dinner BBL
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204. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:41 (GMT)
The night sky in SWFL is extraordinary tonight -- just so beautiful. The planets and the moon are sparkling -- Check it out LowerCal's Blog to know what you're looking out!!
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203. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:37 (GMT)
Quoting AstroHurricane001:

I have it set to "show average". Is it possible for someone's comment to be hidden if nobody flagged it in the first place? Sorry I'm new to this.


I have mines set to "show all"

I have never flagged anyone except for trolls who post hateful content.

If set mines to "show average" Whatwhat1's posts are hidden
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202. RobDaHood
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:35 (GMT)
RE: CFL Lights

I've replaced a lot of incandescent lamps with them. My only beef is that they don't seem to last as long as advertised. I just replaced the second that failed within 3 months, so the lifespan issue is not a given as far as I am concerned. Will continue to use them in fixtures that are "on" a lot though just for the energy savings. Also, the base on the ones I have tried is too fat to fit some of the fixtures.
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201. AstroHurricane001
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:31 (GMT)
Quoting MichaelSTL:


Just wondering, what setting do you have your filter (at the top of the comments on the right side) set to? I keep it on "Show Bad" so that only true trolls are hidden (mostly; if not, I give the comments a plus until they are no longer hidden); none of futuremet's comments are hidden for me.

I have it set to "show average". Is it possible for someone's comment to be hidden if nobody flagged it in the first place? Sorry I'm new to this.
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200. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 23:14 (GMT)
Quoting surfmom:
191 --ewww, I'm not even going there -- Let's keep looking to the Future.... and let the past evaporate.....not even a second to waste on a slug.

Future met -- what I am curious about is cold front -- in about 12 days what do you think? Lack of waves is starting to get me depressed. I am damned if I get waves... cause it means it get's cold again (coldfront) and if I get to stay nice and happy hot -- it's as flat as a lake


lol

12 days away is tough surfmom.

The weather will be relatively warm and mild over the next couple of days. The upper level jet is expected to remain far northward with few dips south. Substantial Cyclogenesis along the upper level trough is expected near Northeastern texas about 6-7 days. This system will be flanked by a upper level high to its north, and a subequtorial ridge to its east, Strong jet streak winds will enhance the divergent winds of this system. This is why the models, such as the GFS, are expecting this system to deepen rapidly. A synoptic low with such immense convective potential likely bring severe weather throughout much of the great plains. Now, what does this mean for us?



It means there is a good chance of rain next week, as the front associated with low provides sufficient lifting mechanisms for convective storms. Now subsequent to the front's arrival, how cold will it get? I don't know lol, perhaps highs in the low 70s or lower.

All-in-all, the weather will stay warm and mild this week, and there will be a chance of rain next week. Temperatures will go down subsequent to the front, and will likely stay below average for a while.
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199. whatwhat1
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 22:31 (GMT)
The first time I went through the blog I could see futurement's. Now his is hidden until I select show. I have never flagged or ignored anyone yet. Some do give me a good laugh.
198. vortfix
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 22:28 (GMT)
Maybe the east coast interests you Surfmom:


COASTAL WATERS FORECAST FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDANATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
423 PM EST MON DEC 29 2008
196. whatwhat1
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 22:22 (GMT)
Quoting futuremet:
MichaelSTL

This is one of the reason why I am skeptical about Global warming. Now after I saw that Dr Gray shared the same views as I, I am definitly skeptical about Global Warming.

The atmospheric dynamics are just to complex to make biased assumptions.

I agree the Earth is warming, I just don't see how can we relate that to increase tropical cyclone activity.



Watch both videos...






NOTE: I do not support all of Dr Gray's claim's. I do not believe the earth will get cooler during the next 5-10 years


Satellite altimetry data indicates that the rate at which the world's oceans are rising has slowed significantly since 2005. Before the decrease, sea level had been rising by more than 3mm/year, which corresponds to an increase of about one foot per century. Since 2005, however, the rate has been closer to 2mm/year.

This right here shows a flaw with GW and what the Pro-GW on the video points out as an ever increasing rate of sea level rise. When you move from theory to reality GW fails. The biggest problem is the funding and the money. Just as the doc points out. You find what you're looking for. If you want to find GW you will. And with my case I will find data to disprove it. Everyone has biases. Everyone.

I also believe when the doc was talking about ocean currents he was talking about decade changes not short term one month and one year events. One thing everyone should know is a wobble can just be a wobble. In geologic time 30 years is just a wobble. Just as the sea level rise slow is short term and may again increase to over 3mm a year or higher. Again I believe the models are seriously flawed in determining sea level rise which is the most pressing issue of GW to lots of people.
195. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 22:19 (GMT)
191 --ewww, I'm not even going there -- Let's keep looking to the Future.... and let the past evaporate.....not even a second to waste on a slug.

Future met -- what I am curious about is cold front -- in about 12 days what do you think? Lack of waves is starting to get me depressed. I am damned if I get waves... cause it means it get's cold again (coldfront) and if I get to stay nice and happy hot -- it's as flat as a lake
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194. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 22:18 (GMT)
Quoting AstroHurricane001:
The fact that atmospheric dynamics are severely complicated means we should act more on GW, not less. Besides, you shouldn't wait for certainty to act, for then it will be far too late. We rarely act solely based on certainty in our lives, anyway. Also, whoever's doing it, please stop flagging futuremet's comments. I keep seeing them flagged and it's getting annoying.


really?

I do not know why would that person do this, I did not offend anyone
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193. AstroHurricane001
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:40 (GMT)
The fact that atmospheric dynamics are severely complicated means we should act more on GW, not less. Besides, you shouldn't wait for certainty to act, for then it will be far too late. We rarely act solely based on certainty in our lives, anyway. Also, whoever's doing it, please stop flagging futuremet's comments. I keep seeing them flagged and it's getting annoying.
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192. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:29 (GMT)
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191. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:21 (GMT)
JFV's Youtube account
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190. NRAamy
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:18 (GMT)
glad I could help, surfmom...

:)
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188. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:15 (GMT)
Quoting MichaelSTL:


He says that is supposed to be due to the AMO, but the very definition of the AMO is that the global SST anomaly is first removed to get the residual signal (the impact on global temperatures between extreme phases is only around 0.1*C). The following suggests that the AMO is more of a regional pattern - notice all of the warming in the South Atlantic over the past month while cooling has occurred in the North Atlantic (the AMO reading for November was near zero even though SSTs are still well above normal, and it may be negative this month, also, note the reading for July 2005; the South Atlantic was very cold at that time):



(also, you may notice that there is a lot of warming everywhere, even with a developing La Nina; last year the opposite occurred, perhaps because it was much stronger)


I agree with you

I just believe that everyone is over-hyped about this.
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187. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:14 (GMT)
186 - NRAamy --- ROTFLMAO tHAT HAS GOT TO BE THE FUNNIEST POST IN WEEKS -- oh my gosh did that make me laugh --- Huge big smiles
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186. NRAamy
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:11 (GMT)



A Christmas wish--more data!!

You got it!

:)
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184. SWFLDigTek
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 21:02 (GMT)
NEW YEARS OUTLOOK POSTED:
South Florida StromWatch
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183. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:55 (GMT)
Guess we lost presslord
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182. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:53 (GMT)
fireflymom --- nothing showing up here -- trying to check the Global Incident Map
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181. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:51 (GMT)
Future Met -- Yes -- the horses presence in real life is much larger then the TV -- 1000lbs is always to be considered. They're quite intelligent (about a 3 year old)and have long memories...... they are not as forgiving as dogs...but they can love as strongly. The dog is a pack animal and is the predator. The horse is a prey animal and has the herd. Because they are PREY -- their Think is -- It's going to EAT Me! Politics in the pack and herd are more or less the same.
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180. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:47 (GMT)
Quoting MichaelSTL:


Well, it isn't hurricane season anymore...


I guess...


But I still visit this blog more than 200 times a day lol

I'm addicted to it
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179. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:45 (GMT)
MichaelSTL

This is one of the reason why I am skeptical about Global warming. Now after I saw that Dr Gray shared the same views as I, I am definitly skeptical about Global Warming.

The atmospheric dynamics are just to complex to make biased assumptions.

I agree the Earth is warming, I just don't see how can we relate that to increase tropical cyclone activity.



Watch both videos...






NOTE: I do not support all of Dr Gray's claim's. I do not believe the earth will get cooler during the next 5-10 years
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178. fireflymom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:44 (GMT)
Anyone here know anything about this?--"

By Heather Olinger

Published: December 29, 2008

All afternoon, our newsroom has been flooded with calls, emails and twitter messages, about a loud boom heard in, and around, Mt. Pleasant.

We’ve gotten emails from Dunes West, Rivertowne Country club, Seaside farms, Hamlin Plantation, Brickyard, and even as far as Isle of Palms.

People who heard the sound described it as a loud explosion that started around 1:45pm, and only lasted for about 30 to 45 seconds. And many of you said your homes shook…

According the US Geological Survey, there have been no signs of an earthquake, and the Air Force said their planes weren’t responsible. And we spoke to the Wando Port terminal, and they haven’t experienced anything out of the ordinary.

Listening to the reports, the sound doesn’t seem to be a Seneca gun or a sonic boom. News 2 will continue to investigate… and will update this story on News 2 at 5:00pm."
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176. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:35 (GMT)
Quoting surfmom:
afternoon -- are you as HOT in SC as we are in SWFL?
80 degrees temperatures made it wash day.....
Got the pleasure of washing eight horses today -- figure eight cars that move, and have thoughts and opinions about what's happening.

and.... I have a Mango tree that's deciding to bloom..... this is not good


Horses are scary.

I saw them for the first time a couple of days ago...they are huge.

Much bigger than what you see on TV
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175. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:34 (GMT)
Look A Kidcaster

this a quintessence of myself when I was his age.....nostalgic video


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174. surfmom
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:30 (GMT)
afternoon -- are you as HOT in SC as we are in SWFL?
80 degrees temperatures made it wash day.....
Got the pleasure of washing eight horses today -- figure eight cars that move, and have thoughts and opinions about what's happening.

and.... I have a Mango tree that's deciding to bloom..... this is not good
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173. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:27 (GMT)
Quoting nyhurricaneboy:
New blog entry and new blog contest!


What is the contest?
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172. futuremet
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:24 (GMT)
why has the blog been so quiet? even during the severe weather event last weekend


By the way, the models are expecting cyclogenesis to occur near Northeastern Texas about 6 days from now. This system apparently will be a lot more vigorous than the one we saw this weekend.

I'll keep a close eye on it
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171. presslord
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 20:19 (GMT)
It happens a lot when I walk into a room....

Just because you're paranoid....it doesn't mean they aren't out to get you....
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170. Skyepony (Mod)
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 19:52 (GMT)
Oh I was just out on errands:) 8 years ago I invested in war. Look at this hot off the wire..

'Huge year for natural disasters'

The Sichuan quake was one of several disasters to strike Asia in 2008
The past year has been one of the most devastating ever in terms of natural disasters, one of the world's biggest re-insurance companies has said.

Munich Re said the impact of the disasters was greater than in 2007 in both human and economic terms.

The company suggested climate change was boosting the destructive power of disasters like hurricanes and flooding.

It has called for stricter curbs on emissions to prevent further uncontrollable weather scenarios.

Although there were fewer "loss-producing events" in 2008 than in the previous year, the impact of natural disasters was higher, said Munich Re in its annual assessment.

More than 220,000 people died in events like cyclones, earthquakes and flooding, the most since 2004, the year of the Asian tsunami.

Meanwhile, overall global losses totalled about $200bn (£137bn), with uninsured losses totalling $45bn, about 50% more than in 2007.

"Climate change has already started and is very probably contributing to increasingly frequent weather extremes and ensuing natural catastrophes," he said.

Asia was the continent worst hit by natural disasters in 2008, Munich Re reported.


The year saw five major hurricanes in the North Atlantic
Cyclone Nargis in Burma killed an estimated 130,000 people and devastated much of the low-lying Irrawaddy Delta region, while the earthquake which struck China's Sichuan province in May left an estimated 70,000 dead and millions homeless.

The most expensive single event in 2008 was Hurricane Ike, which brought $30bn in losses. It was one of five major hurricanes in the North Atlantic over the year, which saw a total of 16 tropical storms.

In addition, roughly 1,700 tornadoes across the US caused several billion dollars of damage, as did periods of low pressure weather activity in Europe.

Munich Re quoted World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) figures showing that 2008 was the 10th warmest year since reliable records began, meaning that the 10 warmest years on record all occurred in the past 12 years.

"It is now very probable that the progressive warming of the atmosphere is due to the greenhouse gases emitted by human activity," said Prof Peter Hoppe, head of Munich Re's Geo Risks Research.

"The logic is clear: when temperatures increase there is more evaporation and the atmosphere has a greater capacity to absorb water vapour, with the result that its energy content is higher.

"The weather machine runs into top gear, bringing more intense severe weather events with corresponding effects in terms of losses."

The company said world leaders must put in place "effective and binding rules on CO2 emissions" to curb climate change and ensure that "future generations do not have to live with weather scenarios that are difficult to control".

"If we delay too long, it will be very costly for future generations," said Mr Jeworrek.

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169. vortfix
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 19:34 (GMT)
What a treat to know I have the power to stop the conversation dead cold,,,,,


Some people are just gifted.


168. nyhurricaneboy
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 19:24 (GMT)
New blog entry and new blog contest!
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167. presslord
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 18:16 (GMT)
What a treat to know I have the power to stop the conversation dead cold,,,,,
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166. presslord
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 17:18 (GMT)
A slightly different spin on the GW discussion....

Whether or not you like the results of the election...one consequence is clear:

There will be a ton of Federal money invested alternative energy over the next few years...

...and this affords a wonderful investment opportunity...

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165. AstroHurricane001
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 17:18 (GMT)
Wow, our local Clear Sky Chart is again predicting strong winds, from what I estimate our peak gust will occur around 1:30 am tonight, gusting to what I estimate is 90 km/h (55 mph), so a repeat of yesterday, but at night. Strong wintertime baroclinic zones and temperature gradients...a sign of things to come??
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164. Patrap
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 16:49 (GMT)


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Green Light New Orleans is working to reverse global warming by helping New Orleans low- and middle-income families and individuals make the switch from incandescent bulbs to energy efficient compact fluorescent lights , one house at a time. Our strategy is to actually go to the homes of New Orleans residents and install the CFLs ourselves, so the savings are immediately felt. The installation is done by volunteers from the community and the program is free.

Green Light New Orleans helps thousands of families to lower their energy bills AND gives them an opportunity to actively contribute to global warming solutions.

READ MORE ABOUT IT HERE Link

Calculations for Energy savings based on an average of different sources:

- Energy cost per KWH (March 2006, Entergy New Orleans) $0.118
- one 15w light bulb used 24hrs/day for one year (8760 hrs) saves $46 (394.2 KWH)(source: Entergy New Orleans lighting calculator

- Most 15w light bulb last 10'000 hrs. (savings: $53 = 450 KWH )

Calculations for CO2 emission reduction:

EPA recommends to use the value for the subgrid from the eGRID database. The value for the SERC Mississippi Valley subregion (our region) from the latest eGRID data (for the year 2004) is 1135 lb/MWh (1 MW = 1000 kW), which is equivalent to 0.515 kg CO2/kWh, the most widely used measure.

394 KWH = 447lb CO2

Our main focus is environmental. The savings posted on sections of this web site are on purpose a low estimate. The savings might be higher than stated on the web site. Thank you for your support!

1 CFL = savings of KWH394 = $46 = 447 lb of CO2
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163. DocBen
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 16:38 (GMT)
A comment in defense of biofuels: IF we can make cellulosic work we have the potential of using waste products as feedstock for ethanol. Another intriguing idea to me is using animal by-products (e.g turkey guts, fallen livestock, etc) as feedstock for bio-deisel.

The key is to find ways to turn garbage into fuel; not food into fuel.
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162. Skyepony (Mod)
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 16:11 (GMT)
Goes east looks to still be goes 13 & it's smear amplifing that blob in the central atlantic. Here's the more realistic met 9 view..




"clean coal"~ lol.. Good one MIchael:)
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161. NEwxguy
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 15:46 (GMT)
GM,to all,if anyone is here,hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas,and hoping for a Happy New Year,looks to be an active week here in the Northeast,but then again,its winter,so what else should we expect.
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160. IKE
29. joulukuuta 2008 klo 12:25 (GMT)
Quoting Patrap:



Its a lil "wearing and tearing" to say the least IKE...wink,wink Link


Yeah it is......GW***yawn***
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