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As many of you know I use Gmail to send out the monthly newsletter. Google has a daily limit of 500 emails per account, so I break up the subscriber list into groups of about 490 each, and send the newsletter out over the course of a week. Google must have an algorithm that has labeled me a spammer, because for the past two months about half way through the mailing, they get bounced back as "Blocked".

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This picture was taken by my grandfather the day after the LA Auto Show fire in March of 1929. The show was housed in tents, you can see many of the supports still standing. That would also explain why so many cars escaped more serious damage, since there was not structure to fall on them.

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