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Re: Fog and Stephen King

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From: Sally & Mike Engle (salnmike_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 31 2000 - 18:46:03 PST


You know, I'm beginning to wonder. We have had fog forever, but each year it
seems to get worse in the fall. Do you suppose our level of air pollution
has something to do with it? Very strange!
Sally^.6

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>In a message dated 10/27/00 8:27:30 PM, salnmike@foryou.net writes:
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><< I know it's a joke, but it really was a killer fog. >>
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>I am sorry that the conditions were so extreme. I can't imagine fog so
thick
>that it would cause deaths. That's incredible. what causes such intense
>fog.?You would think that our fog which causes necessary road speeds of
about
>20 - 25 mph, would be more severe than yours with our subtropical
conditions
>and being on the coast. Are you in some weather anomaly situation?
>Reatha
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