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Under the painting should say the artist's name.

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My wife and I travellled down I-75 and across Alligator Alley to Hallendale, Florida on the east coast in June, 1994. We saw hundreds of "FEMA Villages and homes with blue fema tarps on them at that time.

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Michael was my brother. He passed away over ten years ago. Please contact me at da_smaug@yahoo.com
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I agree. I never ask "What is the question?" and if I guess I deliberately guess wrong. People should know to ask a clear question without making us guess.