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From: krathyn3 (Phantom7031) DelphiPlus Member IconJan-29 1:33 AM 
To: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1151 of 1181) 
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yes it was fun... so that part is good...

 

 
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From: PJKELLERJan-30 7:22 AM 
To: Lana (Annie2184) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1152 of 1181) 
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 Hello In reading this I have to agree. I am a middle child and I am all of those things except Crafty.. I missed that gene.. My mom was very talented in many ways.  She didn't pass that one to me.. so sad..   but the rest is me..  Hugs Pam

 

 
From: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-13 2:38 PM 
To: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1153 of 1181) 
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Did you know

What a "Flash Freeze" is? 

Flash Freeze:  A wet surface freezes in a short amount of time.

For a flash freeze to happen, you need the temperature to drop quickly. A gusty north wind overnight is usually needed to reduce temperatures fast enough. However, many times a dry northerly wind will evaporate any moisture left on a roadway. For example, Benton County's roads were pretty dry by rush hour, but in Washington County, there were slightly wet spots on bridges and overpasses, enough to freeze and become temporarily slick, leading to several accidents.

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This morning we evidently had this phenomena . . Washington County had a flash freeze this morning on bridges and overpasses on I-49 from Springdale south to Winslow. Temperatures dropped quickly and froze any remaining wet spots from mist and flurries throughout the overnight hours.

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Glad I don't do rush hour traffic!


                              

  • Edited February 13, 2020 2:38 pm  by  JZBelle
 

 
From: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-14 9:24 AM 
To: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1154 of 1181) 
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From: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-14 3:47 PM 
To: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1155 of 1181) 
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Not until recently did I know that.  



                              

 

 
From: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-18 8:57 AM 
To: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1156 of 1181) 
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I sure hope that they didn't include brain cells. ROFL! 

Did you know

The biggest stars would engulf Saturn

Speaking of red giants, or in this case, red supergiants, there are some monster stars out there that really make our Sun look small. A familiar red supergiant is the star Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion. It has about 20 times the mass of the Sun, but it’s 1,000 times larger. But that’s nothing. The largest known star is the monster VY Canis Majoris. This star is thought to be 1,800 times the size of the Sun; it would engulf the orbit of Saturn!

 

 
 

 
From: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-18 11:38 AM 
To: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1157 of 1181) 
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ROFL -- me too re: brain cells! 

Hope they were all the cancer cells -- in anyone!!



                              

 

 
From: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-25 10:28 AM 
To: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1158 of 1181) 
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Did you know 

Geographic north (also called "true north") is the direction towards the fixed point we call the North Pole. Magnetic north is the direction towards the north magneticpole, which is a wandering point where the Earth's magnetic field goes vertically down into the planet.

 

 
 

 
From: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-25 10:58 AM 
To: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1159 of 1181) 
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I wonder if Santa knows this (LOL)!

Did you know

In the 125-year history of the New York Public Library, "The Snowy Day" by Ezra Jack Keats has been checked out the most -- more than 485,583 times!!

                              

 

 
From: Franki 7775 (franki7775) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostFeb-28 7:03 AM 
To: JZBelle DelphiPlus Member Icon  (1160 of 1181) 
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I bet he does.

I didn't know that the book existed until now. I will see if I can get the story on YouTube.

Did you know

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) and Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome (Mers) are both caused by coronaviruses that came from animals. In 2002, Sars spread virtually unchecked to 37 countries, causing global panic, infecting more than 8,000 people and killing more than 750. Mers appears to be less easily passed from human to human, but has greater lethality, killing 35% of about 2,500 people who have been infected.

 

 
  • Edited February 28, 2020 7:14 am  by  Franki 7775 (franki7775)
 

 
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