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  •  Understood (4+ / 0-)

    and I really didn't mean to sound so "judgy" at all.  Just a little taken aback to see that as the only comment at time.  Of course it's okay, and I really hadn't noticed yet that the comments were dead.  I guess people are distracted by other issues and nothing regarding hurricanes is really making news yet.

    •  It's okay. (4+ / 0-)
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      ColoTim, bythesea, annetteboardman, mjbleo

      I don't mind the comments being dead. I made a public promise that when I created my new website that I'd cross-post stuff between the two sites so as to not ignore y'all. ;)

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      by weatherdude on Mon May 14, 2012 at 12:35:15 PM PDT

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      •  I didn't mean to inject politics unnecessarily. (2+ / 0-)
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        weatherdude, mjbleo

        I just was thinking about North Carolina and Florida being the sites of the conventions and here came one of your diaries talking about the hurricane season (and being here in CO where one alma mater is Colorado State and NCAR is just a few miles from here, so weather and hurricanes have a Colorado tie-in even though we never experience those events first-hand).

        I recall a political cartoon where God is throwing hurricane after hurricane through Florida (in 2004?) and he's wondering why this country can't understand the message he was trying to send (vote out Bush).

      •  I appreciate the cross-posting (2+ / 0-)
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        weatherdude, mjbleo

        and I find hurricanes fascinating.  They are one big weather event I have never experienced.  I remember some 20 years ago or so seeing a huge curving cloud bank to the southeast and being told "that is the edge of the hurricane" (can't remember which one it was).  They usually track a bit further east than here, although they can follow the Mississippi valley north to us.

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