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Old August 27th 11, 10:50 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
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Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!

Connie
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Old August 28th 11, 04:18 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
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On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT), conniepo
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!

Connie


This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far, still
'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength any, as it
travels up the towards the bigger cities.
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Old August 28th 11, 03:06 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
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On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!

Connie


This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far, still
'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength any, as it
travels up the towards the bigger cities.


Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor last
year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for us but not
so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't have
a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard one to
spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm in
eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget just how
far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it east of Quebec
and New Brunswick.)

--
Cheryl
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Old August 28th 11, 05:24 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Sylvia M[_3_]
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"Cheryl" wrote in message
...
On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!

Connie


This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far, still
'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength any, as it
travels up the towards the bigger cities.


Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor last
year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for us but not
so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't
have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard one
to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm in
eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget just how
far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it east of
Quebec and New Brunswick.)

--
Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,


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Old August 28th 11, 05:28 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Sylvia M[_3_]
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That is to say, no power outages, Not no power.outages!
What a difference a period in the wrong place makes,
even with catchat, which I didn't use.
Smiles,
Sylvia

"Sylvia M" wrote in message
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"Cheryl" wrote in message
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On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!

Connie

This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far, still
'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength any, as it
travels up the towards the bigger cities.


Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor last
year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for us but
not so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't
have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard one
to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm
in eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget just
how far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it east of
Quebec and New Brunswick.)

--
Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,




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Old August 28th 11, 06:10 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
cshenk
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Sylvia M wrote in rec.pets.cats.community:


"Cheryl" wrote in message
...
On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they
all stay indoors!

Connie

This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far,
still 'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength
any, as it travels up the towards the bigger cities.


Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor
last year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for
us but not so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't
have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard
one to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm
in eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget
just how far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it
east of Quebec and New Brunswick.)

-- Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,


Sorry, not correct. Brother lives in DC area, no power.


--

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Old August 28th 11, 06:11 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
cshenk
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Sylvia M wrote in rec.pets.cats.community:

That is to say, no power outages, Not no power.outages!
What a difference a period in the wrong place makes,
even with catchat, which I didn't use.
Smiles,
Sylvia

"Sylvia M" wrote in message
...

"Cheryl" wrote in message

...
On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure
they all stay indoors!

Connie

This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far,
still 'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength
any, as it travels up the towards the bigger cities.

Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor
last year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for
us but not so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they
don't have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is
a hard one to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and
I'm in eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to
forget just how far east Canada goes, and that there's a good
bit of it east of Quebec and New Brunswick.)

-- Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,



63,000 in Virginia Beach, 800,000 no power betwen NC and Virginia
Dominion power.

--

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Old August 28th 11, 08:10 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Sylvia M[_3_]
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"cshenk" wrote in message
...
Sylvia M wrote in rec.pets.cats.community:


"Cheryl" wrote in message
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On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they
all stay indoors!

Connie

This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far,
still 'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength
any, as it travels up the towards the bigger cities.

Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor
last year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for
us but not so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't
have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard
one to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm
in eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget
just how far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it
east of Quebec and New Brunswick.)

-- Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,


Sorry, not correct. Brother lives in DC area, no power.

I guess my grandson lives in a different area of DC or didn't want to
worry his mother?


  #9  
Old August 28th 11, 09:53 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Gramby
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Friends in North Carolina been without power since around 4 yesterday.

"Sylvia M" wrote in message ...


"cshenk" wrote in message
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Sylvia M wrote in rec.pets.cats.community:


"Cheryl" wrote in message
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On 2011-08-28 12:48 AM, Gandalf wrote:
On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 14:50:19 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they
all stay indoors!

Connie

This is going to be very bad....but, the hurricane is, so far,
still 'only' a category one. I hope it doesn't gain in strength
any, as it travels up the towards the bigger cities.

Worse than I expected, from the news out of the US. Unlike Igor
last year, Irene should track well west of us, which is good for
us but not so good for the people in her path.

A Connecticut blog I usually read is down, but I gather they don't
have a lot of power in that state (which, incidentally, is a hard
one to spell correctly!)

(Yes, Canadian sources say eastern Canada will be affected, and I'm
in eastern Canada, but central Canadian reporters tend to forget
just how far east Canada goes, and that there's a good bit of it
east of Quebec and New Brunswick.)

-- Cheryl

The Cape, Northern Virginia, D.C., and Bahama North Carolina out of
Raleigh are all O.K. no power. outages,


Sorry, not correct. Brother lives in DC area, no power.

I guess my grandson lives in a different area of DC or didn't want to
worry his mother?

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Old August 28th 11, 09:57 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
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Be safe everyone ... hug those sweet kitties and make sure they all
stay indoors!


Connie


Purrs and prayers lovingly sent from our home for those in the hurricane's
path.
Be safe everyone.
I've seen footage of idiots out surfing, swimming and boating in these
winds.
Some people:/

Kyla

 




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