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Post by MadMichael » Sep 22nd 2003, 9:45 am

Pic of Isabel from the space station is authentic, details updated in the original posting...
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Post by Nothingman » Sep 22nd 2003, 12:31 pm

:shock: Wow! now that is power. I feel really small right now. :lol!:
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Post by Nostradamus » Sep 29th 2003, 10:59 pm

candygirl wrote:I know - I remember when I was in 7th grade, I went through this phase where I would read scary ghost story type books and scare the s**t out of myself. Not like little kid ghost stories either - adult novels about supernatural crazy stuff. We're talking huddled in bed with the blankets pulled around me, jumping at every noise. Why? I have no idea. Unfortunately, I also have a very vivid imagination so I was imagining the worst possible scenarios. Now I could have completely avoided this by NOT checking these books out from the public library, but I couldn't help it.

Me too! I'm not sure the children's center librarians fully thought out the consequences of encouraging so much reading by impressionable young minds. As soon as I figured out the filing system, I was into the adult section looking up paranormal phenomenon, and reading about it before bed.


I guess I dodged the 'canes during my time in the Gulf coast, though I do remember the day it snowed (!) in Noo Awlins. A while back I heard that a former teacher of mine had volunteered with a humanitarian organization in a small Pacific island, which was promptly hit by three typhoons. He survived ok, but I don't think stayed long in the islands.

Megs and company, hope you're digging out ok, but not going back to work too soon.

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