My musings.........my thoughts.........my self
But the Tribe won.
With the near all encompassing coverage regarding Matthew one would hope them who should know the danger could adequately assess whether they were capable of riding it out and if not they split before the price gouging started.
Yes they did, Joe. Now, if they can do that two more times...Mark, to beat the traffic jams and find a safe place, they would have had to have left no later than Wednesday.
They had a good run of no storms. But this one looks like, possibly, a really severe payback. If it doesn't hit, or even if it does, this one almost seems like it's going to hit a city that is well underwater. Even if I don't like that city, I'd rather it not. Oh, and hi. Half sleep blathering... hope it makes sense.
Hi, Doom! Yeah, they've gone about ten years without a big storm.
I am glad you don't live down there, anymore, gal.I mean, I know the snow doesn't suit you, Akron smells funny on some days, and you no longer get to go to the Daytona 500, anymore (oh boo hoo, right?)But I'm guessing your roof leaking would have been the least of your troubles. I just hope Jan and her hubby are surviving this well. I can almost imagine that he is trying to talk her into letting him park the mower inside the house, eh?
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