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APhoto of the Day w/Top Cutlines — 5/23/08


Richard M. Hackett/Daily Times-Call, AP
Craig Singleton displays racquetball sized hail he collected after a tornado hit Windsor, Colo., on Thursday. You write the cutline.

Top Cutlines:

1. Craig’s wife, Mary: “Is that a snowball? I mean, it’s an odd color, a little shade of white and a little shade of black.” Craig: “It’s hail, Mary, full of grays”/John Austin.
2. As Craig collected hail stones, he found a couple snow balls. Alas, that’s all that was left of Frosty/CindyH.
3. “After passing these things I have a lot more sympathy for chickens in Fargo, North Dakota,” Singleton remarked as he left the medical plaza/Brent Andrews.

HM: Smith-Kennedy


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