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  1. Salty

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    If the eclipse were in June, perhaps.
     
  3. PreachTony

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    Yeah, unless we have any northern European BB members, it looks like most of us will be left in the dark on this one.

    Ha ha, get it?:laugh: "Left in the dark.":laugh: "Solar eclipse." :laugh:

    Alright, I'll show myself out.
     
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    No I'm waiting for the total solar eclipse that will happen on Aug 21 2017 that will be viewable the US. I have already seen one total eclipse back in 1999 so I figure if I see 2 in my lifetime that would be quite the treat.
     
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    yea, I couldn't stop laughing for about 3 seconds....
     
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    Since we will miss the solar eclipse, it seams that we will be left in the light. :thumbs:
     
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    Wow that was twice as funny - a who 6 seconds.
     

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