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[adv.] Dick Engineering

Jill Winters asked me to remind you of the fine folks at Dick Engineering and their long record of successful work in the pulp and paper industry. Jill says just click on her picture to go to their website. Thanks, Jill. It looks like you had a rough night of partying in Toronto. May I suggest you take better care of yourself? I also suggest you, our beloved reader, check out our friends from Dick Engineering today. Just click on "More" below. Regards, Jim Answer to last week's riddle: A hailstone fell on the northeast side of Aurora, Nebraska or approximately ½ mile northeast of the junction of US Highway 34 and Nebraska Highway 14. Time: 7 pm CDT on June 22, 2003. Diameter of 7.0 inches. Circumference of 18.75 inches.   The riddle last week asked: What was the circumference of the largest hail stone ever recorded in the U.S.? Source: This week's riddle: The mass of the earth is approximately 6 and a bunch of zeroes metric tons. How many zeroes?


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