[Groop]I THINK I KNOW WHERE GROO IS!!!!!!!!

Pengyfelix@aol.com Pengyfelix@aol.com
Fri, 17 Jan 2003 23:45:55 EST


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Groo is definitely there and deeply involved.  The latest victim of Elie's 
Corporate Ship Sinking (see the I. M. Groo thread) had its corporate 
headquarters at  5300 N. Powerline Road, Fort Lauderdale.  

Janet (and Elie)


In a message dated 1/17/2003 1:49:15 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ByTorprince22@aol.com writes:

> Fire at plant destroys
> 
> mulching machine
> 
> A fire Thursday at a plant in Deerfield Beach that turns waste into mulch 
> sent a column of black smoke into the air that could be seen in Fort 
> Lauderdale.
> 
> Workers at Three J's Waste, 1815 S. Powerline Road, dialed 911 about 12:25 
> p.m. when a large mulching machine went up in flames, said Fire Lt. Tom 
> Ray.
> 
> The machine, valued at $300,000, was a complete loss. Firefighters stayed 
> at the scene for hours because mulch was smoldering and they did not want 
> another fire to erupt, Ray said. 
> 


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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT  SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">Groo is definitely there and deeply involved.&nbsp; The latest victim of Elie's Corporate Ship Sinking (see the I. M. Groo thread) had its corporate headquarters at&nbsp; 5300 N. Powerline Road, Fort Lauderdale.&nbsp; <BR>
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Janet (and Elie)<BR>
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In a message dated 1/17/2003 1:49:15 PM Eastern Standard Time, ByTorprince22@aol.com writes:<BR>
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</B>A fire Thursday at a plant in Deerfield Beach that turns waste into mulch sent a column of black smoke into the air that could be seen in Fort Lauderdale.<BR>
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Workers at Three J's Waste, 1815 S. Powerline Road, dialed 911 about 12:25 p.m. when a large mulching machine went up in flames, said Fire Lt. Tom Ray.<BR>
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The machine, valued at $300,000, was a complete loss. Firefighters stayed at the scene for hours because mulch was smoldering and they did not want another fire to erupt, Ray said. <BR>
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