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Yeah, but that only applies after you`ve decided not to heed the urgent evacuation warnings, lucky you
I was asleep during Andrew. I`ve always lived in Miami Beach.. near the shore.. I`m just asking for it
^^^your an idiot, theres 5 different catagorys, u probably never even had one, bet it was a strong breeze.
it was katrina was a category 3.
Where exactly do you live?
I live in Orlando and by the time Charley got to us he had weakened significantly. Not to mention the fact that he passed over us very very quickly. Yet both the trees in our front yard came down (one on top of my car). We (as well as our neighbors) lost a lot of roof tiles.
My uncle lives in Ft. Myers (which isn`t far from Punta Gorda, which is where he came to shore) and they lost power for over two weeks.
Now I`m not saying that this was anywhere as intense as Andrew or Camille, but Charley was the wake-up call that really showed the weaknesses here in Florida and the next 6 weren`t as bad (just really annoying when our power went out before Jeanne even got to us).
nature might be thecause of our downfall= |
it is physically impossible, and for that i cheer.
thanks for clearing that up.
The fact that the place is animated would lead one to believe that`s a fake place. Not 100% sure though.
<gets sucked in by a killer tornado>
And I live in Fl too, though in Tampa we luckily havent been directly hit by a strong storm. And someone asked what u do when a cat. 5 comes...you get as far away as possible.
Swimmer`s ear is painful for you???
LOL yeah wtf are you supposed to do in a situation like that?
it is mentioned in phase three.
perhaps im horribly wrong, but wouldnt the water help support it, or maybe it would go with the wind and rip it out of the ground....
to what UFO are you referring?
glad i live in washington...
no hurricanes for me, no sir.
im too good for them.
i prefer typhoons, anyway.