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By: lightning10, 6:30 AM GMT on November 29, 2010
Legendary comedic actor Leslie Nielsen died Sunday in a hospital of pneumonia, according to several published reports, his agent and a family member.He was 84Nielsen was best known for his roles in "Airplane" and the "Naked Gun" series.His agent, John Kelly, sent out the following statement: "We are sadden by the passing of beloved actor Leslie Nielsen, probably best remembered as Lt. Frank Drebin in THE NAKED GUN series of pictures, but who enjoyed a more than 60 y...
By: lightning10, 3:16 PM GMT on January 21, 2008
I am quite angery that the Packers lost yesterday. Its going to take a long time to get over it. I think its all down hill for the Packers next year. :(. They had a good season this year but in the end just couldnt finish it off.
By: lightning10, 3:36 PM GMT on September 16, 2007
Well as it stands it looks like we could get some rain. A low is going to cut off from the jet from near the Gulf of Alaska later next week. One thing to remember here is that cut off lows are highly unpredictable and with it being so early in the season anything could come out of this. Its not uncommon to get no rain in September. If this does pan out it would be a very impressive event for this time of year. The computer models are in higher then normal agreement ...
By: lightning10, 4:06 PM GMT on September 02, 2007
Yes we could have it all today. ITs going to be an interesting one. Find out all the details at OSW Weather Link
By: lightning10, 1:42 AM GMT on August 13, 2007
I have a question. What's worse then a rainy day?Answer No Rain at all! That's exactly the problem here in So Cal. No real measurable rain since April 20th of 2007. This only coming off after are driest season to date. The drought monitor only doesn't grow out west as fast cause for the most part this is the dry season...I would like to say that everyday I get up and the first thing I do (unless I am running very late for work that rarely happends), is turn on the ...
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