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Sure thinking and praying for any folks in the path of Irene.  
Just heard the weather channel giving a run down on stuff to do  
prior.....may I add one,  eat whatever you can out of your freezer, have a  party if 
you have to, and don't buy anything new to put in your frig or  freezer.  
They always tell you to buy canned goods, but nobody tells you  that the 
electricity is the first to go, and everything in your refrigerator  will go bad.  
No trash pick-up for a while, so it will get mighty stinky  too.  Even if 
you cook up stuff and put it in your frig, it will keep  for a few days, and 
gives you something to eat also, without having to cook  it.   You can 
always restock the frig and freezer after the storm  has passed.  
Definitely will have everyone on the east coast in our thoughts and  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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