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Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 12:56pm

Hurricane Season

Well, the "other six months of the bloody year" begins today.

Hopefully the excite-o-meter will top out a little lower than it did last year?!


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 2:16pm

I'll hope so on your behalf. Having sat through Hurriance Juan in Halifax, I'd have to think that a proper hurricane is quite the pain in the arse.


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 5:57pm

Best of luck with the dreaded Hurricane season. Don't go out there and do something foolish. Your explosive ideas are... special to us.


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 9:30pm

Good news: we get sales tax off a whole buncha supply stuff through the 12th.

Tho I wonder why they left plywood off the list. ^_^

Bad news: this season is expected to have an "above-average" number of storms...again. :-(

As always, I reccomend the Central Florida Hurricane Center site.


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 10:58pm

I know one model is apparently favoring the Carolinas to be Mother Nature's bitch this year. Thrills me to know end! Makes This Site look more and more interesting!


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 11:01pm

Come on out the Califorina. We only go shaking up the place in a big way even ten or more years...and it only lasts a minute or so. Unlike the Hurricane Season....were it happens every year.


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 11:03pm


Tho I wonder why they left plywood off the list. ^_^

What about the reinforced concrete, armor plate and the do-it-yourself underground 'miniature' bunkers? Are they on the list or were they left from the list as well?


Wednesday, June 1st 2005, 11:40pm

Shees come to Arizona.
No Hurricanes, No Earthquakes, No Tornados.
I've yet to find a major natural disaster in AZ.


Thursday, June 2nd 2005, 12:32am

I've found that taunting fate is a dangerous thing. Maybe the reason Arizona hasn't had a recent major disaster is because *Insert Deity* is cooking up a real humdinger? Don't forget Meteor Crater... :)


Thursday, June 2nd 2005, 2:13am


Originally posted by Desertfox
Shees come to Arizona.
No Hurricanes, No Earthquakes, No Tornados.
I've yet to find a major natural disaster in AZ.

Yes, but look at the folks who live there....
(Old joke about the lack of natural disasters in Brazil)


Thursday, June 2nd 2005, 2:54am

Actually, Arizona does get the occasional tropical storm, up the Gulf of California...

And plenty of dust devils, too.

Then there's the roadrunners...


Thursday, June 2nd 2005, 3:32am

I thought you were looking at Vermont?

Still time to evacuate!


Thursday, June 2nd 2005, 6:11am

In his moment of triumph?


Thursday, June 9th 2005, 3:29pm


And so it begins.

We're just outside the probability far.

Currently a 10% probability of tropical storm force winds (34kts) at the ol' home place, and a 3% prob for 50kt winds.


Thursday, June 9th 2005, 3:35pm

Who do you have to bribe to keep it that way?


Thursday, June 9th 2005, 6:18pm



Thursday, June 9th 2005, 6:22pm

What do you intend to use in order to bribe God?


Thursday, June 9th 2005, 6:25pm

Good behaviour is not an option; we're talking about Swampy.


Thursday, June 9th 2005, 6:28pm



Thursday, June 9th 2005, 7:38pm

Well, failing that, try your local indian. Should be some Seminole around your area still.