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Re: new monitor, now temperatures


It's all relative. Many moons ago, I moved from Minnesota to New York. That winter the NE had the coldest winter they'd had in 10 years, and I couldn't figure out what everyone was complaining about!
Cathy, now in west central IL, where I spent 1.5 hrs shoveling snow and the temp drops to low single digits tonight - and I love every minute of it!

On Thursday, January 16, 2003, at 05:52 PM, Island Jim wrote:

thanks, guys. and yeah, sally ann, freezing in this part of florida also. had frost on the windows of my truck the other day. at soon as i hit the lottery, i'm moving to aruba.
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