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Old 09-01-2008   #1
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Here We Go Yet Again -- Meet Ike

Ike is building up.
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I'm just about over this nonsense.

I'm still putting the dock back together from Faye, and Hanna rears her head, followed by Ike.

This is starting to draw a laboratory grade vacuum.
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Well it sure is a busy hurricane season for sure. I think now that Gustav is over land Hanna will figure out what she wants to be. I notice Ike coming off the coast of Africa when I went to South American last week. I think I would be a little concern about this one especially if is she combines with Hanna.
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The term freight train comes to mind.

Here's TD 10, which is charging along behind Ike...
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The term freight train comes to mind.

Here's TD 10, which is charging along behind Ike...
Soon to be named Josephine!
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I(Don't) Like Ike!

Well, my part of the world had a narrow miss with Gust-off last weekend. It managed to ruin Memorial Day good! Here in Bama we got off pretty much without a scratch even though folks a bit further west got hammered. At this point though, I really don't want to think about another storm. Too bad for me , (and everyone else on the Gulf Coast).
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Back up to a Cat4 tonight but a more southerly track knocks it down over Cuba before moving to the GULF where it is expected to be a Cat3 on Thursday...get ready again Gulf Sailors!
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Oh joy.

Just got back from Gustav exile, and a week without electricity.

Do I unpack?
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I wanna know who told Ike that Tina was visiting the coast.
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Only a week? Count yourself lucky, I hear there areas that might have power by the end of the month.
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