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RE: Was Jim now paychecks

Speaking of pond bottoms :)

What I feel was extremely noticing is that Disney was never on the news
for either storm.... they had to have damage, but the only 'news' was
they had to close this weekend and re-opened today. Hum.... how did they
escape damage? Someone really kept that out of the news for this area


> Of course you are right, Auralie. Selling "retirement" plots in
> goes back at least to Flagler, and maybe even earlier. And despite all
> the attention, the hucksters are still selling pond bottoms for
> retirement villas.

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