The National Hurricane Center says much of the East Coast is at risk from Hurricane Irene with...


The National Hurricane Center says much of the East Coast is at risk from Hurricane Irene with the potential Cat-4 storm's 5-day track centered on the Carolinas. The damage in the Caribbean is extensive, although this year's coffee and sugar crops were largely harvested already. In the U.S., cotton crops in Georgia and South Carolina could be damaged.
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  • Stoploss
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    Let me ass ist the fear pumpers.

     

    What are the chances it goes to DC?? Wall ST?

     

    Poetic justice indeed.
    23 Aug 2011, 12:53 PM Reply Like
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