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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    No you are not kidding at least about the whining part :D :p
    Hey, I love these storms!!!!:D
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    That's Central Jersey...get it right. :mad::D

    Christ, this storm is going to be worse than a January NorEaster as far as the whine factor goes. The thing will probably veer out to sea. :p

    You all know I'm just kidding, hopefully there isn't major damage to anyone.
    nope..turning east heading for New York City..
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    nope..turning east heading for New York City..
    Well...that's not necessarily a bad thing...:D

    But on the bright side, it's sunny, hot, and DRY here right now.
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Well...that's not necessarily a bad thing...:D

    But on the bright side, it's sunny, hot, and DRY here right now.
    If not for your lovely wife I'd hope a Cat 5 would land on your house :D :P






    just kidding :)
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    Those wooden framed houses in NY don't stand a chance. But predictions say it will sink to a Level 1 before it hits NY...Although skyscrapers will probably get their windows blown out.

    And electricity will be lost for days. I told my family up in New Yawk to stock up on bottled water and canned food. I also offered them a place to stay..especially to the smart asses who always use Florida and Hurricanes in the same sentence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    100 mile an hour winds is nothing to laugh at douche. :mad:...........
    If the winds are 100 MPH at the center they will be 115 on the East side and 85 on the West side of the center, all due to the counterclockwise rotation of the storm. That's assuming a Northward track of 15 MPH.
    85 MPH is still good wind, and if thecenter hits far enough into Long Island...well, you can figure it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    Those wooden framed houses in NY don't stand a chance. But predictions say it will sink to a Level 1 before it hits NY...Although skyscrapers will probably get their windows blown out.

    And electricity will be lost for days. I told my family up in New Yawk to stock up on bottled water and canned food. I also offered them a place to stay..especially to the smart asses who always use Florida and Hurricanes in the same sentence.
    I ordered - but have not received yet - a bucket of freeze dried foods. Suppose to be 56 'meals' in there, and I say 'meals' because they are typically about 300 calories.

    Anyone have experience with this sort of product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckerMe View Post
    I ordered - but have not received yet - a bucket of freeze dried foods. Suppose to be 56 'meals' in there, and I say 'meals' because they are typically about 300 calories.

    Anyone have experience with this sort of product?

    Nope, we have a generator and keep a frig running....we have a gas bbq too....Last time we lost power was during Wilma and my mom cooked a 3 course meal and we had cold beverages. :D Floridians can handle hurricanes.


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