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Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part VI
NHC - NOAA ^ | 23 September 2005 | NHC - NOAA

Posted on 09/23/2005 9:39:06 AM PDT by NautiNurse

Dangerous Hurricane Rita is expected to make landfall in the northeast Gulf of Mexico within 24 hours. Tornados have spawned in Louisiana. Water is filling the Ninth Ward of New Orleans again. A bus carrying elderly evacuees was gutted by fire this morning outside Dallas, with multiple fatalities. Television crews have positioned their hurricane reporters throughout the region to attain maximum drama effects. Whoooooa.

The following links are self-updating:

Public Advisory Currently published every 3 hours 5A, 8A, 11A, 2P, etc. ET
NHC Discussion Published every six hours 6A, 11A, 6P, 11P
Three Day Forecast Track
Five Day Forecast Track

Rita Forecast Track Archive
Forecast Models
Buoy Data Western Gulf of Mexico
Houston/Galveston/Beaumont/Lake Charles Wx Watches/Warnings
Jefferson Co TX NWS Weather
Current Weather Warnings and Watches for Texas
Current Weather Warnings and Watches for Louisiana
Hi Res Houston Flood Zone Map Slow load, great detail

Images:


Lake Charles Long Range Radar Still image, with loop link
Houston/Galveston Long Range Radar Still image, with loop link
Lake Charles Experimental Radar Outages and Delays May Occur

Storm Floater IR Loop
GOM WV Loop
GOM IR Still Image
Visible Storm Floater Still (only visible during daylight hours)
Color Enhanced Atlantic Loop

Streaming Video: (coverage may be intermittent)

KHOU-TV/DT Houston
KPRC-TV/DT Houston
KTRK-TV/DT Houston
KTRH-AM Houston
KPLC-TV/DT Lake Charles/Lafayette
KSLA-TV/DT Shreveport

Additional Resources:

FReeper Sign In Thread Check in to let us know whether you are staying, going, and when you get there
FReepers Offering Lodging To Rita Evacuees People and/or Pet Friendly FReepers Offering Shelter

KHOU Houston
KTRK ABC News Houston
KPLC Lake Charles Evac Routes, news
KFDM Beaumont/Port Arthur News, evac info
Hurricane City
Wxnation Houston
Galveston Webcams
Golden Triangle Weather Page Provides Galveston Weather, Warnings, Radar, etc.

Category Wind Speed Barometric Pressure Storm Surge Damage Potential
Tropical
Depression
< 39 mph
< 34 kts
    Minimal
Tropical
Storm
39 - 73 mph
34 - 63 kts
    Minimal
Hurricane 1
(Weak)
74 - 95 mph
64 - 82 kts
28.94" or more
980.02 mb or more
4.0' - 5.0'
1.2 m - 1.5 m
Minimal damage to vegetation
Hurricane 2
(Moderate)
96 - 110 mph
83 - 95 kts
28.50" - 28.93"
965.12 mb - 979.68 mb
6.0' - 8.0'
1.8 m - 2.4 m
Moderate damage to houses
Hurricane 3
(Strong)
111 - 130 mph
96 - 112 kts
27.91" - 28.49"
945.14 mb - 964.78 mb
9.0' - 12.0'
2.7 m - 3.7 m
Extensive damage to small buildings
Hurricane 4
(Very strong)
131 - 155 mph
113 - 135 kts
27.17" - 27.90"
920.08 mb - 944.80 mb
13.0' - 18.0'
3.9 m - 5.5 m
Extreme structural damage
Hurricane 5
(Devastating)
Greater than 155 mph
Greater than 135 kts
Less than 27.17"
Less than 920.08 mb
Greater than 18.0'
Greater than 5.5m
Catastrophic building failures possible

Previous Threads:
Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part V
Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part IV
Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part III
Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part II
Hurricane Rita Live Thread, Part I
Tropical Storm Rita
Tropical Depression 18


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To: RedBloodedAmerican

The poll needs bumping! Currently,

Misguided environmentalists for blocking new oil production and refinery construction is in 3rd place.


401 posted on 09/23/2005 10:59:40 AM PDT by demkicker ((Life has many choices. Eternity has only two. Which one have you chosen?))
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To: Gone GF
"If on the other hand Katrina had fallen apart, people would have been making fun of Nagin and others for panicking."

Bob Riley (Governor of Alabama) ordered a mandatory evacuation of Mobile and Baldwin counties for hurricane Dennis...it turned east and we had minimum effects. He's still taking heat for that move.

402 posted on 09/23/2005 10:59:49 AM PDT by blam
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To: Gone GF
Just checked DU, they have lost their brain cell.

"the * admin is all about culling the 'useless' population so that there is no longer a tax burden."

And rita has not even hit.

403 posted on 09/23/2005 10:59:50 AM PDT by ncountylee (Dead terrorists smell like victory)
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To: milagro

A lot better than over Houston, if you want to talk about absolute damage...more wetlands involved to handle storm surge, not nearly as many people, but it will still hurt when it comes in.


404 posted on 09/23/2005 10:59:53 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: LikeLight

what trains are running in NO now?


405 posted on 09/23/2005 11:00:02 AM PDT by oceanview
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To: rit

I'm sure the media's rushing to give Bush credit for strong arming Naggin to rescind his repopulation order. NOT!


406 posted on 09/23/2005 11:00:17 AM PDT by neodad (Rule Number 1: Be Armed)
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To: onyx

At 1 PM CDT...1800z...the center of Hurricane Rita was located near
latitude 27.8 north...longitude 92.2 west or about 190 miles
southeast of Galveston Texas and about 175 miles southeast of
Port Arthur Texas.


Rita is moving toward the northwest near 10 mph and this motion is
expected to continue during the next 24 hours. On this track...the
core of Rita will make landfall near the southwest Louisiana and
Upper Texas coasts early Saturday.


Maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 125 mph with higher
gusts. Rita is now a category three hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson
scale. A further slow weakening is possible before landfall...but
Rita is still expected to come ashore as a dangerous hurricane.


Hurricane force winds extend outward up to 85 miles from the
center...and tropical storm force winds extend outward up
to 205 miles. An elevated platform on Isle denieres near the
south-central Louisiana coast just reported sustained winds of 58
mph.


Latest minimum central pressure reported by an Air Force
reconnaissance plane was 931 mb...27.49 inches.


407 posted on 09/23/2005 11:00:51 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: oceanview

Wherever it would do the least damage is close enough for me (I'd prefer nowhere, but that's not going to happen).


408 posted on 09/23/2005 11:01:17 AM PDT by steveegg ($3.00 a gallon is the price you pay for ANWR! Start drilling or stop whining! - HT Falcon4.0)
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To: RedBloodedAmerican

That poll is just UNbelievable!

What morons! Where's the "Free market" choice?

If SUVs and George Bush are to blame, then why is Europe paying so much more than us?


409 posted on 09/23/2005 11:01:28 AM PDT by Zechariah_8_13 (Just North of Austin)
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

Thanks dear FRiend. What's your weather like right now?

We're overcast and BREEZY.


410 posted on 09/23/2005 11:02:42 AM PDT by onyx ((Vicksburg, MS) North is a direction. South is a way of life.)
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To: RDTF
LOL! do you mean Lady Bugs?

Nope. Love Bugs. They are black bugs with big orange eyes that attach themselves to a "mate". Therein, love bugs. They will cover your window and grill in a heartbeat.

411 posted on 09/23/2005 11:02:45 AM PDT by numberonepal (Don't Even Think About Treading On Me)
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To: Revel

I heard one refinery hasnt shut down in 38 years!


412 posted on 09/23/2005 11:02:46 AM PDT by BurbankKarl
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To: Diddle E. Squat

Thanks Diddle.


413 posted on 09/23/2005 11:02:57 AM PDT by Lanza ( Houston (Clear Lake), Texas)
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To: sheikdetailfeather

Don't bother complaining to NBC or your local NBC station. Write down the names of some of the local advertisers on the local NBC station and complain to them saying that you will not see their advertising on NBC because you no longer watch NBC.


414 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:04 AM PDT by ekwd (Murphy's Law Has Not Been Repealed)
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To: queenkathy

"While your at it---can you take a minute and pay mine too..>? LOL"

I'll be glad to do it. Just give me your account number, logon name and password. Do, please, ignore any payments you don't recognize.


415 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:08 AM PDT by MineralMan (godless atheist)
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To: onyx

Don't underestimate a cat 3 storm though...

Category Three Hurricane:
Winds 111-130 mph (96-113 kt or 178-209 km/hr). Storm surge generally 9-12 ft above normal. Some structural damage to small residences and utility buildings with a minor amount of curtainwall failures. Damage to shrubbery and trees with foliage blown off trees and large trees blown down. Mobile homes and poorly constructed signs are destroyed. Low-lying escape routes are cut by rising water 3-5 hours before arrival of the center of the hurricane. Flooding near the coast destroys smaller structures with larger structures damaged by battering from floating debris. Terrain continuously lower than 5 ft above mean sea level may be flooded inland 8 miles (13 km) or more. Evacuation of low-lying residences with several blocks of the shoreline may be required. Hurricanes Jeanne and Ivan of 2004 were Category Three hurricanes when they made landfall in Florida and in Alabama, respectively.


And this will have a bigger than normal storm surge cause it was a Cat 5 storm earlier.

But every little bit helps!


416 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:13 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: Txsleuth

We're preparing for it all.
Boarded up windows. Stocked food and water. Plenty of ammo.We put an ax in the attic, just encase. My photos are the only thing I've packed, they're the only thing. Everything else can just float away.


417 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:22 AM PDT by processing please hold (Islam and Christianity do not mix ----9-11 taught us that)
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To: Lanza
Is Shepard Smith in town?

Shep has been installed in Port Arthur TX, right where the eye will make landfall. Should be interesting right up until their satellite antenna blows away and the cell towers go under. Then we can watch old file footage while they search for Shep.

418 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:41 AM PDT by Sender (Team Infidel USA)
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To: LikeLight

See #379. While the winds are a LOT better, the surge is still going to be on the capital-U side of ugly.


419 posted on 09/23/2005 11:03:54 AM PDT by steveegg ($3.00 a gallon is the price you pay for ANWR! Start drilling or stop whining! - HT Falcon4.0)
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To: numberonepal

Thanks, for some reason the eye isnt very clear on the visible or IR images. It was all morning.. At least she is weakening somewhat.


420 posted on 09/23/2005 11:04:01 AM PDT by No Blue States (FW)
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To: RDTF
LOL! do you mean Lady Bugs?

Nope, see this: http://cricket.biol.sc.edu/luvbug.html

421 posted on 09/23/2005 11:04:22 AM PDT by esarlls3
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To: Lanza
Being stuck on highway 146 and 59 for 24 hours I started thinking "oh no I am going to turn into a hurricane Katrina refugee!"

Naaa... I can tell you're from better stock than that! LOL Hugs to you.

My girlfriend called me that was headed to San Antonio. They turned around and went to Corpus!

Would you believe I have been planning for a long time to head down to Corpus this weekend to spend some time in a sailboat on the gulf with some old friends? Guess what.. LOL.. I'm still sitting at home in central Texas.

My family evacuated Houston for hurricane Carla and the highways were crowded then too - but even though we only had 2 lane highways think of the difference in the population between then and now.

422 posted on 09/23/2005 11:04:22 AM PDT by Wneighbor (anyway, they left for mexico monday.)
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To: oceanview

""fizzle" is not a word I would apply"

Then what about "fo shizzle", my dizzle?


423 posted on 09/23/2005 11:04:24 AM PDT by frankjr
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To: Zechariah_8_13

The funniest thing is that most of these enviro whack jobs drive SUV's themselves. They just can't stand the fact that "the little people" drive them too.


424 posted on 09/23/2005 11:04:49 AM PDT by demkicker ((Life has many choices. Eternity has only two. Which one have you chosen?))
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

I know--but it is very encouraging to see it down to a Cat 3 and NOT over Galveston or Houston. But--like you said--still will hurt, so am still praying--hard!!


425 posted on 09/23/2005 11:05:33 AM PDT by milagro
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To: onyx

Here in north Utah, it's comfy, about 70, partly cloudy. Felt like rain earlier today, and the mountains are full of maple turning red.

Fall.

But now I am worried less about my brother and more about my Grandma's house in Shreveport...that area is supposed to get seriously, seriously drenched after the storm comes in...


426 posted on 09/23/2005 11:05:39 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: freema
Easy to Be Hard...from the Musical Hair
427 posted on 09/23/2005 11:05:56 AM PDT by MineralMan (godless atheist)
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To: Jrabbit

If I saw a storm that looked like this storm looked yesterday, I wouldn't underestimate it in the future. Am not now either.


428 posted on 09/23/2005 11:05:59 AM PDT by johnb838 (Houston, Greenway)
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To: steveegg

Hopefully, it will even decrease to a CAT 2 by landfall. Anything less than that is probably just wishful thinking.


429 posted on 09/23/2005 11:06:20 AM PDT by Rumierules
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To: Sender

Has Shep started rounding up evacuees on a bridge so he can stand in front of them waving a staff yelling 'Let my people go!'?


430 posted on 09/23/2005 11:06:32 AM PDT by nhoward14
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To: Jrabbit

We run into that problem here. Every year we get threatened but rarely get slammed. Many like me still prepare but I also hear, things like it always turns or goes to Mexico. We've been thru the tropical winds, no big deal etc.


431 posted on 09/23/2005 11:06:42 AM PDT by CindyDawg (Brownsville Texas)
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

At this link, click "Trop Fcst Pts" for latest forcast hurricane path.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/DATA/RT/float-ir4-loop.html


432 posted on 09/23/2005 11:06:46 AM PDT by LucyT
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To: milagro

Me too. Stayed home today to pray and watch.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/1489333/posts
A thread of prayers for those in the storm.


433 posted on 09/23/2005 11:07:01 AM PDT by Knitting A Conundrum (Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly With God Micah 6:8)
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To: LikeLight
Train derailment in N.O. . .

Don't tell me they left rail cars in NOLA this time.

434 posted on 09/23/2005 11:07:17 AM PDT by NautiNurse (The task before us is enormous, but so is the heart of America.)
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To: pbrown

Syntyr here from West Houston - Memorial Locked and Loaded as well. A little wind right now and thats it.


435 posted on 09/23/2005 11:07:28 AM PDT by Syntyr (From West Houston Galleria/Memorial area! Locked and Loaded)
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To: John W

The media hype of hurricanes is what confuses the public. I was in New Orleans for a conference several years ago and they hyped this hurricane that was coming, everyone was frightened, Dan Rather came down to cover it. It fizzled and was just some rain and wind.

I wonder if this is why it was so hard to get the people to take it seriously when it actually did hit.

The truth is a lot of these hurricznes fizzle out. Media hype doesn't educate the public about what is real and what is hype.

The media is so critical of everyone else, I want them to look at their own shameful performance during this crisis.

Those 2 clowns that do the Fox Show looked so disappointed that the storm is down to a 3.


436 posted on 09/23/2005 11:07:39 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: Sender

lol


437 posted on 09/23/2005 11:07:49 AM PDT by meanie monster
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To: numberonepal

Love Bugs

Look close, they're butt ended to each other.

438 posted on 09/23/2005 11:08:08 AM PDT by blam
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To: RedBloodedAmerican

I voted 3 as well... and yes I believe it. They think he has these godly powers at the same time they think he's stupid. Logic is lost on them. Even my Dem mom said "How can ANYONE blame a hurricane on a person?" when I told her people were blaming Bush for Katrina.

Hey, 95 people (when I voted) blame ME (selfish SUV driver)! LOL


439 posted on 09/23/2005 11:08:39 AM PDT by cgk (When the BIG ONE wipes out Hollywood can we call it Bush's Fault instead of the San Andreas Fault?)
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To: cynicalman

440 posted on 09/23/2005 11:09:01 AM PDT by Graymatter
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To: NautiNurse

NE Texas Coastal County Flood Gauges:

http://waterdata.usgs.gov/tx/nwis/current?county_cd=48039&county_cd=48071&county_cd=48157&county_cd=48167&county_cd=48201&county_cd=48245&county_cd=48291&county_cd=48321&county_cd=48339&county_cd=48361&index_pmcode_STATION_NM=1&index_pmcode_DATETIME=2&index_pmcode_00065=3&index_pmcode_00060=4&index_pmcode_MEAN=&index_pmcode_MEDIAN=&index_pmcode_00003=&index_pmcode_00010=&index_pmcode_00020=&index_pmcode_00035=&index_pmcode_00036=6&index_pmcode_00054=&index_pmcode_00055=7&index_pmcode_00095=&index_pmcode_00096=&index_pmcode_00300=&index_pmcode_00400=&index_pmcode_00480=&index_pmcode_63680=&index_pmcode_63684=&index_pmcode_70969=&index_pmcode_72000=&index_pmcode_72019=5&index_pmcode_72020=&index_pmcode_99111=&index_pmcode_99968=&index_pmcode_00045=&format=station_list&sort_key=station_nm&group_key=county_cd&sitefile_output_format=html_table&column_name=agency_cd&column_name=site_no&column_name=station_nm&column_name=lat_va&column_name=long_va&column_name=state_cd&column_name=county_cd&column_name=alt_va&column_name=huc_cd&sort_key_2=site_no&html_table_group_key=NONE&rdb_compression=file&list_of_search_criteria=county_cd%2Crealtime_parameter_selection

Counties Included:
Brazoria (S of Downtown Houston; SE of Galveston (includes Friendswood, Alvin & Freeport))
Chambers (E of Downtown Houston (rural - includes High Island, Stowell & Winnie))
Fort Bend (SW of Downtown Houston (includes Sugar Land))
Galveston (Galveston-Texas City-League City)
Harris (Houston)
Jefferson (Beaumont-Port Arthur)
Liberty (NE of Downtown Houston (rural - includes Liberty & Cleveland)
Matagorda (SW of Galveston & Brazoria along coast)
Montgomery (N or Houston (includes The Woodlands, Spring & Conroe))
Orange (NE of Beaumont-Port Arthur (includes Orange))


441 posted on 09/23/2005 11:09:05 AM PDT by conservative in nyc
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To: nhoward14

LOL I like Shep though it's still funny.


442 posted on 09/23/2005 11:09:05 AM PDT by meanie monster
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To: oceanview

"what trains are running in NO now?"
The ones taking our tax money and relief supplies to the corrupt Louisana politicians. Do you have any idea how many boxcars it takes to move $60 Billion? Even in large bills, that is a lot of freight.


443 posted on 09/23/2005 11:09:43 AM PDT by ARealMothersSonForever (The Land o' Gar (yes I have a gunrack in my truck))
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To: Rumierules

Right now just hope it keeps moving and is not one of those that just sits in one place , even a cat 1 is real bad then.


444 posted on 09/23/2005 11:09:50 AM PDT by not-alone
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To: Patriot from Philly

its no problem, the media has the levee break in NO to cover now.


445 posted on 09/23/2005 11:10:11 AM PDT by oceanview
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To: johnb838

This storm has yet to take that northerly turn, if it does not turn soon Harris county will get it full throtle. Nobody let your gaurg down and hope it does not stall and further complicate things,


446 posted on 09/23/2005 11:10:23 AM PDT by eastforker (Under Cover FReeper going dark(too much 24))
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To: Knitting A Conundrum

I wish I could move there.


447 posted on 09/23/2005 11:10:23 AM PDT by johnb838 (Houston, Greenway)
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To: freema

Thanks--I knew the song was from HAIR--but I never could remember its name.


448 posted on 09/23/2005 11:10:30 AM PDT by milagro
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To: numberonepal

We came back to Kennesaw from Gulf Shores on Monday. The guys at the car wash couldn't believe what they saw on the front of the car.


449 posted on 09/23/2005 11:10:56 AM PDT by Crawdad (I cried because I had no shoes, until I saw Kathleen Blanco on TV.)
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To: NautiNurse

from Drudge:

Surfer Arrested Off Shore Of Galveston As Rita Approaches
http://www.local6.com/news/5011632/detail.html


450 posted on 09/23/2005 11:11:08 AM PDT by RDTF
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