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HURRICANE FLORENCE
MoonsMuse
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 01:19 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 12:26 AM)
You're such a damn sweetheart.. the world should be full of people like you:)

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Well, the house belonged to my dad and seemed to be a part of his heart. We sat up many nights watching the weather channel worrying about it. I needed complete closure and freaking out every time a storm was going to hit that area was only causing more grief. Even considering selling it was heartbreaking and for some reason made me feel like a traitor.

He also had several boats and every kind of fishing equipment you can think of. He was an avid fisherman and even tried to teach me. :) When I gave it all away to his friend and curator of the house I was free. I'm no longer worried about getting on and off the island and wondering where the house landed when it blew away.

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09-08-2018 04:13 AM

 



Post: #47
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
The Planetary Defense Commander is concerned; concerned that the tracking models are being crushed; crushed by what? So much data and outsparking exceeding three standard deviations that the super computer is starting to have involuntary spasms; hiccups.

https://youtu.be/Hj_rI-eY6BU



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Post: #48
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
hiccups  Wrote: (09-08-2018 04:13 AM)
The Planetary Defense Commander is concerned; concerned that the tracking models are being crushed; crushed by what? So much data and outsparking exceeding three standard deviations that the super computer is starting to have involuntary spasms; hiccups.

https://youtu.be/Hj_rI-eY6BU




as long as it don hit fla again i lapsed my homeowners insurance.
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Post: #49
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
im not ready for this sh*t already

please go out to sea motherf'er
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The Ghost Of LOP
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Post: #50
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o sh*t
one of the spaghetti's has a dot right over me and I am inland next to the mountains

https://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/a...p=ensemble


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Post: #51
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 04:17 AM)
hiccups  Wrote: (09-08-2018 04:13 AM)
The Planetary Defense Commander is concerned; concerned that the tracking models are being crushed; crushed by what? So much data and outsparking exceeding three standard deviations that the super computer is starting to have involuntary spasms; hiccups.

https://youtu.be/Hj_rI-eY6BU




as long as it don hit fla again i lapsed my homeowners insurance.

only thing i worry about was same as irma hurricane movin slow up west coast of florida jus offshore gettin energy from gulf on left side then poundin coastal cities on right side that the nitemare scenario.Scream1
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Post: #52
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
This will be a catastrophic event unlike anything seen in the Atlantic basin in recent decades. Expect horrific flooding in and around the Appalachians and Katrina-like devastation within 50 miles of the NC coast. Flooding in the mountains usually kills more people than the initial impact at landfall.
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Sing-I'llSway
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09-08-2018 05:46 AM

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Post: #53
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PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 06:37 PM)
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We are basically in Philly so we are watching this one carefully.
Latest weather channel ... and weather forums ... say CAT 4 landfall on OBX (outer banks).
Then up the coast inland ... Hugo style.

Honestly, I listen to the amatures in the weather forums more.
They know what's going on and they are not under constraints to say things a certain way ... etc.
Click Here to read the Weather Discussions

Anyways, I just got back from restocking my candle supply and 10 cases of water from Lowes (4$ a case).
Have bulk food items okay but will do a 'RUN' on Wednesday for other stuff ...
Anyone else? Get ready now ... avoid the rush ....

As you know, my good lady, I am also in Philadelphia. Wasn't aware though that "Florence" was on track to maybe head up this way. I'm conflicted as to how I feel about it.

I don't want my city and/or our surrounding communities to be inundated with all the consequences that come with a natural disaster.

But hurricanes are fun. :) Or...they can be. Growing up on Cape Cod I lived through several. Once the lights get knocked out (and they always do, lol...) suddenly it becomes going-camping-while-still-at-home.

Basically everybody stays up late and plays board games by candlelight. It's fun.

We will see, I suppose...

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Sing-I'llSway
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Post: #54
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
Fluke  Wrote: (09-07-2018 07:42 PM)
Will you evacuate if ordered?
If not make plans to die.

I like my plan better, where everyone plays board games and the biggest threat to civilization is possibly forgetting to put the candles out before falling asleep.

"(He) originated the concept 'enemy of the people.' This term automatically made it unnecessary that the ideological errors of a man or men engaged in a controversy be proven. It made possible the use of the cruelest repression.”
-Nikita Kruschev, denouncing 20th-century tyrant, Joseph Stalin
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Sing-I'llSway
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Post: #55
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 08:28 PM)
Fluke  Wrote: (09-07-2018 07:42 PM)
Will you evacuate if ordered?


We rode SANDY out.


I remember Mildly Intense Rain Storm Sandy. :)

Granted, apparently the Jersey Shore got its ass kicked, and that's no laughing matter. But here in Philadelphia the biggest piece of "debris" (and I swear this is the truth) that I personally saw anywhere was a downed, rather long but still pretty thin, tree branch, somewhere around 7th and Pine, lol...

Not exactly Dresden.

"(He) originated the concept 'enemy of the people.' This term automatically made it unnecessary that the ideological errors of a man or men engaged in a controversy be proven. It made possible the use of the cruelest repression.”
-Nikita Kruschev, denouncing 20th-century tyrant, Joseph Stalin
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guesticle
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09-08-2018 05:56 AM

 



Post: #56
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
Fluke  Wrote: (09-08-2018 12:50 AM)
guesticle  Wrote: (09-07-2018 11:56 PM)
Gonna get more ammo!......shooting the hurricane won't stop it, BUT its an excuse to buy more ammo.....chuckle......can't have too much ammo.....I will fill up the gas cans tho....

We refused to leave and after Sandy the looting in my neighborhood got so bad the National Guard got called in and they stopped it pronto.
Before the Guard there was about 3 days when I had loaded guns around the house.
Power was out so I did armed patrols while wife got some sleep. Middle of the night some jacked up pickup truck stopped and I came close to shooting him because he never saw me until he realized he was at the wrong end of a loaded gun. He took off pretty fast.
Ammo. You can never have enough.

I didn't suffer any water damage during Sandy, but the winds tore up my roof.....lost power for 11 days.....local bar and liquor store looted.....many cars had their tanks siphoned .....a uptick in burglary of vacated homes and muggings at night....I was cocked and locked with hydra-shok....chuckle.....I was prepped for the most part......I had a backup power system with deep cycle batteries/inverter that could be charged by solar, gas generator, or pedal generator......kept phones charged and powered SW radio, scanner, and a portable DVD player.....
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Post: #57
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
Sing-IllSway  Wrote: (09-08-2018 05:55 AM)
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 08:28 PM)
We rode SANDY out.


I remember Mildly Intense Rain Storm Sandy. :)

Granted, apparently the Jersey Shore got its ass kicked, and that's no laughing matter. But here in Philadelphia the biggest piece of "debris" (and I swear this is the truth) that I personally saw anywhere was a downed, rather long but still pretty thin, tree branch, somewhere around 7th and Pine, lol...

Not exactly Dresden.

The rains didn't match the flooding event in the financial district of Manhattan.
I suspect it was a heist cover event by intentionally flooding the the subway and basement floors. As I recall there was an unprecidented closing and relocating of the gold vault under a bank. I had been following the story back then but it's rusty to me now. But it seems they either moved the gold from the NY FED to Chase Manhattan's basement or from that bank to the FED's basement.
Around this time, there was a big deal going on with Germany wanting their gold and China wanting theirs and what had been turned over being plated tungsten and yer whatnot.

So, I theorized that the pocket news people were being made to trump up the storm and make it seem like it was this hugedy huge SUPERDUPER storm of the Century when it was no such thing.
It was a storm chosen to make people believe it was responsible for the flooding but it was actually a man made event by the people who do flood control of the city and state. And was used as a rationale for the transfer. I want to think there was a Chinese angle to the story as well since they had apparently just before this bought the bank building.
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MoonsMuse  Wrote: (09-08-2018 01:21 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 01:19 AM)
Well, the house belonged to my dad and seemed to be a part of his heart. We sat up many nights watching the weather channel worrying about it. I needed complete closure and freaking out every time a storm was going to hit that area was only causing more grief. Even considering selling it was heartbreaking and for some reason made me feel like a traitor.

He also had several boats and every kind of fishing equipment you can think of. He was an avid fisherman and even tried to teach me. :) When I gave it all away to his friend and curator of the house I was free. I'm no longer worried about getting on and off the island and wondering where the house landed when it blew away.

Hugs Heartflowers Hugs
Logged in this time...chuckle

I'm glad you were able to find closure in that way, MM.

Sounds like he was a pretty cool guy:)

Hugs
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Danger Dan
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Sorry bout the Noise
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The Ghost Of LOP
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Post: #60
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Danger Dan  Wrote: (09-08-2018 10:50 AM)
Carolinas
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at1.sh...e#contents

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