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    Re: What time is it, really?
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2008 Jul 18, 03:52 -0400

    Greg R penned:
    
    > So you're saying that your artificial horizon isn't "crisp", and the
    > location you're shooting from isn't "stable"? Hmm... either you're
    > shooting from here in SoCal (where the ground beneath us is known to be
    > "unstable" at times), or your location is somehow otherwise
    > "navigationally challenged"... ;-)
    
    I meant on the water in the last paragraph, but there are those damned moles
    looking for grubs and ground hogs digging tunnels.  As to SoCal vs. Indiana,
    look up the New Madrid Fault and its relationship to the Ohio Valley region.
    You are not the only ones to experience "The earth moves, under my feet."
    
    
    
    ill B
    
    
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