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July 06, 2010


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Love that nineties' look Mike!
Busted! That was you polluting the Peconic Bay with tons of mustard, ice cream, ketchup and who knows what else...

Think 90 is hot try 115! Here in Bahrain the air and water are so hot sailing at night becomes your best option, then its only 100!

Chris, I don't think 90 is hot. I think 102 is, though, and that's what we had yesterday. Still, 115 is hotter. I'd think body drags would be popular! Meanwhile you're blog says you're in Maui. That must be no fun at all.

Oh wait...I meant the opposite...

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