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Re: July - storms - Hot Springs

Did not see it, but as retired military, I have to say that I hope those receiving the AC are not living in canvas tents! Also hope that the electrical systems are compatible - or even functioning enough to support AC.
On Monday, July 21, 2003, at 11:39 PM, Melody wrote:

Did anybody see the piece on Good Morning America Monday about the army
guy's mother who has taken on the task of fundraising and providing air
conditioners for some of the troops in Iraq? She is amazing and has
already sent 40 with another 40 on their way. One of the major home
improvement stores is helping out generously with this. I would think
that in 122 degree weather, air conditioning could be deemed a necessity
for the enlisted troops that our government could pay for, don't you

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
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