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Monday, May 7, 2007

What are they smoking at FEMA?

Good grief--how do you increase ventilation, at the same time keeping indoor temperaturs low, and keeping humidity low without the A/C on, on the MS Gulf Coast in the summertime.

Sounds like useless information to me.

What are they smoking up there at FEMA?

Virginia