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Dannydoyle
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Yep lots of thought, lots of deliberation, HURRICANES SUCK. Not the Miami team or the drink of the same name but Dean.

Yep they don't blow, they suck! Being in the middle of a "historic" event ain't all it is cracked up to be let me tell ya.
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Doug Higley
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Crap...I thought it my Award Presentation you had thought up...a weather report...


but serves you right for not being in Encinitas.
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Yeah...hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados...icky. When I was in the Navy on a pig boat we went to sea for Hurrican Hugo or David, one of the biggunz. We tuck and run to where they say it isn't going, sucker changed directions and went over the top of us. Not fun, less fun was cleaning up.
Dannydoyle
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Yea we actually evacuated south as the weather men said it was going north, and low and behold, it kept comming west and hit far south.

We ended up right where we had left from!
Danny Doyle
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My friend Patty was at a Mexican resort on her honeymoon when a hurrican really trashed the town. She couldn't get out for almost a week, dang I can't remember the town, there on the gulf.
Dannydoyle
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There are a LOT of them.
Danny Doyle
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Hurricanes , tornados with pituitary problems.
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Michael Baker
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Be sure to let us know as soon as you are through it.

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Dannydoyle
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My mom was complaining about the weather in the midwest.

I told her when the weather man feels the need to NAME the storm, to get back to me.
Danny Doyle
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This is WEATHERISM!

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This may sound twisted, but I'd almost rather deal with a hurricane than a tornado. You can at least attempt to prepare in advance for a hurricane. There's no early warning (other than a few minutes) for a tornado.
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Danny, the next time you're in that predicament PM me. I missed the eye buy twenty miles (I thought it would veer south). The reliance on computer models is not a science, it's a random numbers generator. Sometimes you have to use your eyes.
POOF!
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On 2007-08-21 09:25, Margarette wrote:
This may sound twisted, but I'd almost rather deal with a hurricane than a tornado. You can at least attempt to prepare in advance for a hurricane. There's no early warning (other than a few minutes) for a tornado.



I grew up in the Midwest,(a silly geographic term if you ask me!) and I agree. Nobody has to describe, "What the hurricane sounded like" if they don't want too.

The way you know you are in a tornado, is your roof is gone!

Yea Kregg weathermen really don't know 1/2 of what they think.

Oh and it is gone, and I am good. Hit further south, so we were good. Tropical storms more than anything.
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Michael Baker
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On 2007-08-21 12:45, Dannydoyle wrote:
Nobody has to describe, "What the hurricane sounded like" if they don't want too.

The way you know you are in a tornado, is your roof is gone!


Here in the south, it's like a redneck divorce... you lose your trailer. It is also the obligation of every news reporter to find and interview the contest winner for redneck of the year... who in turn, is required by genetics to describe the sound the tornado made. Freight trains get a bad rap.

Glad to hear you "weathered" it.
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