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James R Gordon

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And to you James, and to all here. Merry +mas and Happy Holiday

Beatles live concert in England in 65, strong vocal mix, except at the very start with P&G, go to 1:17-1:30,

-----Stones 34:30-43:00. Eric Burdon-Animals 1:05-1:16, Kinks at the end--Early Moody Blues before pyschedelics at beginning.

 

 

 

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Bah humbug. But seriously good wishes to you all. And thanks Kirk for the link.

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Thanks, James, and a Very Happy Christmas to you and yours also.

 

 

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Merry Christmas to all from the frozen northland of Canada - where the temperature was a balmy minus 26 degrees today! Best wishes for the New Year and to all, keep up the good [research] fight!! 

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Philadelphia was spared ... cold but no snow.  Happy holidays to all of you, who persist in the getting the story right and pursuing the unvarnished truth.

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58" in Erie, PA? Wow!

It's been a dry winter here in Utah. So our 7-year-old was delighted to wake up Christmas morning to a blanket of fresh snow! :)

 

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My Pennsylvania geography knowledge is non existent.  I guess Philly is on one end of the state and Erie on the other?   54 inches of snow is a lot.  Even for say Wolf Creek Colorado, in a day or two.

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12 hours ago, James DiEugenio said:

Gary,

Did my hometown of Erie Pa surpass you for snow?

There was only 58 inches there today.

Yes it did, James! We only received about 20 inches over Christmas eve and Christmas day. Unfortunately in this instance, and given the wind direction out of the Northwest, Erie was on the wrong side of the lake!!

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