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In a message dated 6/2/2004 5:34:00 PM Central Standard Time,  
silverhawk@flash.net writes:

Close  call for us today.

Good grief, Jesse. I'm glad no one was hurt.  Weathermen on all  TV channels 
here are quivering in anticipation of a meteorological event.   I wish they 
would just chill and not make a big deal unless one is  warranted.  We had a 
thunderstorm this afternoon, but some places had hail,  and there were some 
tornado warnings.  Nothing cataclysmic, however.   The weather radio is going nuts 
and so am I.  
zone  7
West TN

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