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Re: Off Topic-Plugging in the car


>In a message dated 96-11-01 07:40:32 EST, you write:
>
><< It's hard being on the front end of a cold wave, the forecasters in
> the US blame it on Canada, and we in turn blame it on Alaska, the Yukon, the
> north pole, in the end the result is the same, turn up the furnace, plug in
> the car, find a good book and hot chocolate for the couch, worry about the
> plants that might meet their maker in botany heaven.. after the hot
>chocolate. >>
>
>Oh-oh, Anne, now we're going to get questions from those lucky irisarians who
>have no experience with snow fences OR engine block heaters and will puzzle
>over "plugging in the car!"
>
>Dorothy Fingerhood
>DFingerhoo@aol.com
>Newfield NY  --watching the temperature plummet!
>
>Anne, Dorothy,  Would you like me to take over here?  Uh uh.  You have the
floor.       Norma
   
norma@redrock.net       QQQ
                       $*-*$  
                         "






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