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Re: REF: ?zones in Va, Pa, Md

"According to the Day After"  (is that 'The Day After Tomorrow"? - can't
remember the whole title), anyway, I think I may be close enough to Mexico
that I'll be safe from all that, but I don't know what I'm going to do with
all the refugees, and my Laurel tree might die!.

Fun movie.  Followed the formula for disaster movies rather too closely
though, so the plot was a little week, but it was an interesting twist.
They took some liberties with science to make things a bit more dramatic
too, but I enjoyed it.  Who knows, maybe it's not even that far fetched (it
really is far fetched though).

LOL from me too.


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