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On my way into work yesterday about5:45 at the 630-30 interchange there were about 7 highway department vehicles with flashers on sedating sand, generally fricking up traffic, with the outside air temp @37' and rising. With dry roads and no precip on the way....
Had the sand been upset about something?
It was being a beach.
I thought you assholes said we couldn't get hit by tornadoes if we lived in the hills!?!
I don't know where folks get that from. Cincinnati, AR got hammered last year.Who got hit last night?
Last week snow, this week tornadoes.....in February..
BransonWhat Spanish name are they giving global warming this year? El Guapo?
Would you say we are going to have a plethora of catastrophic weather events?
Once upon a time, big fat titties, and they all lived happily ever after. The End
No joke, third Three Amigos reference I've heard today.
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
Consider the source. Gosh.http://woopig.net/board/index.php?topic=64496.msg1386084#msg1386084
This is the storm that ripped through Harrisburg, Il as it moves into Kentucky. I live only twenty miles NE of Harrisburg.
I have a buddy who lives SE of Eldorado and it missed him by about a mile. He was going to buy a cellar until I told him that any self resPecting prepper uses containers.
Without playing the gotcha game too much, that image is eight years old.http://www.tineye.com/search/b62116e4a5db8c82c3ff2f38295c72c2ff132a84/
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