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Name: Steve
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Hometown: Florida
Home country: US
Current location: US
Member since: Sat Oct 16, 2004, 01:04 PM
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Baja California being hammered by Hurricane Odile; Hurricane Edouard; Typhoon Kalmaegi; Invest 97E



rest here: http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

What were you doing at age 18 ?

I was a very naive freshman at the University of Florida, enjoying the fruits of 1976 including weed I thought of this thread because of my son, who's doing well, thank god.

All Aboard! Miami to Orlando in 3 Hours on Planned Florida Train

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/travel/all-aboard-miami-orlando-3-hours-planned-florida-train-n202126

All aboard! A private high-speed Florida railway service linking Miami with Orlando is set to begin operation by the end of 2016, using German rolling stock made in the U.S. All Aboard Florida plans an hourly schedule on 195 miles of existing tracks that have not been used for passenger trains in almost 50 years. Phase two will add 40 miles of new track to extend service to Orlando International Airport. "We see a strong resurgence of rail service in the United States," said Michael Cahill, president of German engineering giant Siemens' rail systems division in the U.S. The trains will be made in Siemens' solar-powered rail manufacturing hub in Sacramento, California, with traction motors and gearboxes coming from Norwood, Ohio; propulsion containers from Alpharetta, Georgia; and diesel engines manufactured by Cummins in Seymour, Indiana. The locomotives will also be built to meet the new tougher emissions standards set by the federal government. The trains will operate at speeds up to 125 mph with a goal of making the 235 miles between Orlando and Miami in three hours.

video at link

First day of fall: Monday, September 22nd at 1029 PM EDT

http://www.almanac.com/content/first-day-fall-autumnal-equinox

In case you were wondering when to expect fall.

It won't be autumn/fall-like weather in my neck of the woods until Halloween, at the earliest.

Hurricanes Odile and Edouard; Typhoon Kalmaegi; TD16E; Invests 92L, 93L, and 97E



The rest here: http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

Watch out Mexican Baja for Hurricane Odile; TS Edouard, Typhoon Kalmaegi, TD16E and...

Invests 92L, 93L, and 94L



this link for everything else: http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

No imminent threats: Invests 92L and 93L; Tropical Storms Edouard, Odile and Kalmaegi; TD16E

http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

No imminent threats: Invests 92L and 96E; TD's 6, 16E and 15; Tropical Storm Odile

http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

No imminent threats to US: Invests 91L, 92L, 95E and 96E; Tropical Storm Odile, TD15

http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

Russian hackers publish nearly 5 million Gmail passwords

http://blog.sfgate.com/techchron/2014/09/10/russian-hackers-publish-nearly-5-million-gmail-passwords/

Nearly 5 million Gmail passwords were published on a Russian-language bitcoin security forum on Tuesday, according to a report from The Daily Dot.

The publisher, known as “tvskit,” claimed 60 percent of the 4,930,000 leaked usernames and passwords are valid. Spanish-, English-, and Russian-language Gmail and Google Plus accounts were targeted, along with user credentials for Russian search engine Yandex.

Many of the leaked accounts have been suspended or have newer passwords, according to The Daily Dot.

Google and Yandex representatives told CNews, a Russia-based news provider, that the data was collected through years of phishing and that their own systems were not compromised.
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