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Grrrr.

Hurricanes/tropical storms suck large donkey balls.

That's all.

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luna_littleone
Sep. 17th, 2003 11:50 am (UTC)
This isn't going to really hurt us....
sol3
Sep. 17th, 2003 11:59 am (UTC)
Actually, they blow... but i know what you mean...
tanseytoes
Sep. 17th, 2003 12:07 pm (UTC)
But
It will suck for those of us trying to get to that area on Friday. I'm hoping it's gone mid-morning (please!).
trouble841
Sep. 17th, 2003 01:11 pm (UTC)
Somehow, I see myself calling you and giving you hourly updates as I sit in airports trying to get to NYC.

boymeat
Sep. 17th, 2003 01:27 pm (UTC)
That is just SOOOO not funny!!!!
sinpar
Sep. 17th, 2003 05:49 pm (UTC)
Every June most of us down here do a mental inventory about what we need to lay in a supply of. Candles, matches, bug spray, liquor (lots of that) batteries ... things to get you through until the power comes back on.
I have a friend who's mother lost a freezer full of meat during Camille. The minute a hurricane hits the Gulf her mother starts cooking all the meat in the house so nobody will starve for the 3-4 days that are usually spent with spotty utility service. Almost everyone has some wierd hurricane custom or another. (Mine is to have stuff on hand and enough of it because I have this belief that if I prepare for a disaster, it never happens.) Sometimes when you take a direct hit or are on the Eastern Edge of the storm you get some serious damage and flooding.
Our Lady of Prompt Succor ( altar located in the St. Louis Cathedral ) is reputed to have turned away a huge hurricane years ago and when there is a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, the candles are lit and usually they bring in extra racks of them for the faithful.
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