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Re: Hiroshima

  hugs and prayers for the families who lost a loved one, for those who
have family members missing, and to you and your co-workers who are manning
the phone lines.  That has to be a hard job.  And to your CEO, what a
thing to do, that can't be an easy job either.   Prayers for strength,
and peace being sent for all of you.
Sam I Am

> The one thing some of the people I work with feel is that if Pakistan and
> India wanted a place to test their nuclear weapons Afghanistan is a good
> place.. Others want to drop precussion bombs.. I've never seen such a
> hornets nest.  Several of the ex-military are retrieving equipment and are
> set to re-sign to fight.  I understand their feelings as we are manning
> crisis lines for our workers families in New York.  We are looking at over
> 200 that they have confirmed did not make it and we still have not
> accounted for 150 people.  Our CEO Patrick Ryan has called each and every
> family of a person missing and has spend some time with each.  On Monday
> there is a memorial at St. Pat's in NY and it will be telecasted to
> theaters in the area to accomadate the people expected.  On Tuesday is the
> memorial service in Chicago at Holy Name Cathedral.
> We are donating and raising funds that our company is matching for our
> coworkers in New York so I know I'll be lucky if I get back to the garden
> before bedding it down for the year.  I may try to get out (even if it
> rains tomorrow)... I need that solice that you only find with your garden.
> Kate
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