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In the Shade: Blame it on the Rain

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Okay, so maybe we were wrong about the weather. Or maybe the weather man was wrong about the weather. 20 percent? It's looking like the rain is about to put on a show of its own. So, if you don't hear from us again, it's because we had to clear out of the "media center." Organizer JD says our room will become the second stage. Oh yes, the party will go on, but we can't blog in the rain. (Note to Apple: Make waterproof laptops.)

-Dusti Rhodes

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