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Old 08-09-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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Hurricane season...Atlantic is warmer


expecting another busy season into November 12 TS and at least 5 major hurricanes expected.time to check those genny's or get one in and get the routine going on..to cover the show

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Old 08-09-2012, 08:02 PM   #2
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Hurricane season...Atlantic is warmer


Yup, i agree.

Its funny tho, when i lived in Florida a few passed by. Not a scratch.
Moved back north and got hammered by T.S. Irene and Lee.
Im still repairing damage from Irene.

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your right on that one i'm still trying to clear trees,i know the Gulf has had its fill with hurricanes,but when they don't get hooked into the Keys and Gulf,and start that ping pong ball bouncing up the east coast...i check the plug gap & oil and store gas.
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