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Hurricane Katrina CATEGORY 5!!!


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I want to get the hell out of here.

 

Well, not that I necessarily meant "you", I was generalizing. I find it funny just how many people keep moving to those areas knowing full well they are natural hazards and people who don't leave those areas after being subject to multiple storms that total their homes stick around to "rebuild".

Quit rebuilding and MOVE.

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Update: I was just watching the news and they showed a nice detailed path of the hurricane with the approximate wind probablities. There were 3 rings, a 45 mph ring, a 55 mph ring, and a 75+ mph ring. My town is in the 55 mph ring, however, if the storm shifts a tad to the west then we will probably be in the 75+ mph one.

 

This is quite exciting.

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Just in case you don't make it, gryph, can i have your credits again? :D

 

In all seriousness though, i don't envy you. I've been close to tornadoes, living in Oklahoma, and they are no fun, and they only last a few minutes or so. I surely don't want to experience hours of driving rain and high winds. Keep safe and dry!

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Yeah, I heard the winds in that thing have gotten up to 140 mph.

 

Looks like Dr. Klaw needs the Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook.

The winds are up to 175 now.

 

According to this there is a mandatory evacuation for my parish...we were unaware of such a thing. In any case, we aren't going anywhere.

http://www.lsp.org/RoadandIncident.nsf/655...74?OpenDocument

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Well, i guess this means my area is gonna be getting some nice rain from all the remnants once Katrina dies off. Figures, and I just mowed for the week, lol.

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Yeah, I heard the winds in that thing have gotten up to 140 mph.

 

Looks like Dr. Klaw needs the Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook.

The winds are up to 175 now.

 

According to this there is a mandatory evacuation for my parish...we were unaware of such a thing. In any case, we aren't going anywhere.

http://www.lsp.org/RoadandIncident.nsf/655...74?OpenDocument

No alcohol sale? boo!!

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