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Roll Call July 1, 2012


Philip Rogers

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Present from Georgia.

We are having record breaking weather conditions here with the heat; drinking plenty of water and staying indoors.

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Tbird, aye. It's hot here over a 100 everyday this week so far, makes me think of brothers and sisters saddled with equipment in the sandbox. That thought makes me realize I ain't got nothing to complain about.

They keep warning folks to stay out of the heat, but some just don't listen. My brother in law being one, 70 years old and decides to walk to the Quick Trip and back. Downhill one way and uphill the other, I'm really beginning to wonder if his screws have loosened a bit.

I took the trash out a moment ago and it was bad already. 89 right now humidity 43%. They say 103 by noon. I'm fine with my air conditioning as long as the power doesn't go out. If it does than it's cold showers about every 30 minutes or so till it comes back on.

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USS DwightD. Eisenhower CVN69 my son left in late June to a vacation spot that you better drink a lot of water.

My First grandson is 10 weeks and healthly!smile.png

Go back to Va hospital this week for test and two days later to MD Anderson cancer center to find where the monster is inside.ph34r.png

Have a great month and God bless!

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