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It has happened so quickly it hasn't gotten the coverage, but those can be the natural disasters that hurt the most.
Hope it is just a nuisance, but y'all do take care!
Could it be like Sharknado except big ass Bull Redfish flying through the air?
If you've never experienced 84 degrees and 100% humidity and 30 plus mph winds. It's pretty interesting
Godspeed to those in Mississippi and Louisiana. I hope you fare well.
I think the "BM" on this mound actually stands for "bowel movement"; one of Franzen's, if I'm not mistaken...
The good news is I saw several out of state Red Cross car coming in on highway 49. That means the casino are running and have AC, restaurants are serving full menus, bars still have top-shelf liquor and the working girls are open for business.
The bad news is the Red Cross is here.
I hear it’s worse to the east (ain’t it always) with Pascagoula and Bama taking the blunt.
"Put in the effort and good things happen"... Hogleg
"Salinity is proportional to sanity for sure" ..The Volfish
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I won't quite say that we prepared for apocalyptic damage, but we were prepared nonetheless for whatever this storm could dish out.
I fear that after a couple of these people get tired of the lack of damage instead of realizing how fortunate they were.
That's when the bad shit happens.
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