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06-14-2006 07:31 AM
marko138
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Originally Posted by 99birdv6
Everyhting is cool here is the Big Bend area. From what I hear, there wasnt any real damage that occurred. The storm passed right over us here is Tallahassee, but didnt cause anything.
Good to hear.



06-14-2006 07:30 AM
99birdv6 Everyhting is cool here is the Big Bend area. From what I hear, there wasnt any real damage that occurred. The storm passed right over us here is Tallahassee, but didnt cause anything.
06-14-2006 06:21 AM
marko138 Everyone making out alright?



06-13-2006 11:45 AM
Gas Man I seen on the news that they downgraded it from a Hurrican back to a TS.



06-13-2006 11:02 AM
neebelung Well, so far so good..... we got a good steady rain starting around 6:00 last night and continued till about 8 this morning. Wee bit of lightning late last night, and based on how full our pool is now, I'd guesstimate we got about 2" of rainfall.

Amazingly, not so much as a downed tree limb or anything in the yard *phew*.
06-13-2006 06:25 AM
DLIT If I was there TS Alberto would get punched in the face.
06-13-2006 06:23 AM
marko138 Be safe everybody.



06-12-2006 11:36 PM
Gas Man Hey they have a a TS name Chris coming soon!



06-12-2006 05:36 PM
drewpy
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Originally Posted by ShanMan14
Since when is OH near FL?

oh yeah, i forgot to mention i moved to the keys... the only time im in OH is for school during the fall and spring
06-12-2006 05:25 PM
drewpy the bed and breakfast we are living at has all the supplies for months in a storage house on the compond
06-12-2006 05:24 PM
drewpy i know its close to being a hurricane, about 4 mph off from being a cat. 1
06-12-2006 05:21 PM
neebelung
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Originally Posted by ZX1000
I just dont get these people that dont prepare BEFORE the storm hits and STAY prepared. I've got a huge supply of water, food, batteries and flashlights, as well as lighters cigarettes and other essential sanity keeping devices.

Well, for people around here (Jacksonville) it's easy to think "Ah, it won't hit us..." since we haven't gotten a direct hit in well over 30 years. Sure, people say we're "due," but c'mon, you can't really predict these things. So since it's been so long, people forget what it's really like, and think they're immune.

And admittedly, we're probably under-prepared ourselves. I won't make any excuses for it... we keep saying "we need to go stock up on our hurricane supplies," and yet we keep not doing it. You can bet your ass, we'll be doing just that this weekend, though!
06-12-2006 05:21 PM
drewpy i know we are prepared for everything... at any time
06-12-2006 04:17 PM
King Bob I just dont get these people that dont prepare BEFORE the storm hits and STAY prepared. I've got a huge supply of water, food, batteries and flashlights, as well as lighters cigarettes and other essential sanity keeping devices.
06-12-2006 04:11 PM
mitsiboy I kind of enjoy the storms. I am not a fan of having to live without ac for a while, but I can deal with it. I can't stand the news, they are the wost! They were talking this morning about being prepared incase Alberto comes here. WTF, it is a few hundred miles away. They love to get people all excited and make them run to the store and buy all of the canned food. I think that walmart gives them $ for doing that, just a thought.
06-12-2006 04:03 PM
Rae ya know, i dont mind the storms so much, then again i stay prepared, what i mind is the silly ppl who freak out and make a nuisance of themselves...i.e. rushing to walmart and buying all the bread and water

i grew up in tornado alley and moved to hurricane central, i am not phased at all, but I dont like evacing, with jlb being military we HAVE to leave (3 cats, 6 dogs, 2 cars, havent figured out how to get the bikes outta here, got to buy a trailer like yesterday...i say bring it on!!! (couple paid days off never hurt nobody!!) yes, maybe i am a lil , thats okay tho, i only do what the voices in my head tell me!!!
06-12-2006 03:58 PM
mitsiboy I wouldn't mind getting some of the rain off of the storm. My yard is so dry right now.
06-12-2006 03:42 PM
neebelung It's bittersweet.... I hate hurricanes and tropical storms. I don't flip out over them or anything, but they still stress me out.

That said, we NEED the rain Alberto brings. We've already had a horrific brushfire season, and this storm will bring much of the state out of drought conditions.
06-12-2006 03:39 PM
King Bob This crappy storm was supposed to hit right near where I'm at. I really hate living in FL. The only Hurricanes I like are built by Honda.
06-12-2006 03:19 PM
ShanMan14
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Originally Posted by drewpy
what u were in key weird and never hit a fellow twf'er up

Since when is OH near FL?
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