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  • #16
    Good news, Larry. Looks like y'all might be able to dodge a bullet. And being on the west side of a hurricane is the most favorable of the three, as you know. We'll all be watching.

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    • #17
      yea i hope it misses, will save me lots of money. i dont insure things.

      and if too much damage i may not be able to trick larry into buying me another pastrami sandwich.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by beatle View Post
        yea i hope it misses, will save me lots of money. i dont insure things.

        and if too much damage i may not be able to trick larry into buying me another pastrami sandwich.
        Next time i will even pay for a side of cole slaw

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        • #19
          Originally posted by beatle View Post
          yea i hope it misses, will save me lots of money. i dont insure things.

          and if too much damage i may not be able to trick larry into buying me another pastrami sandwich.
          Beatle, do you live in SE Florida too? From this morning's estimates it looks like Dorian will slide up the coast 50-60 miles offshore, so the U.S. might only get some strong weather.

          You can almost sense the palpable disappointment from the news media and the weather people. They were all hoping for a major disaster.. Now, if Dorian skates they may be left without a catastrophe for this year..

          ~Doc

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          • #20
            Dorian now 180 mph......
            They still dont know how close it will come to Florida
            My area has gone from tropical storm to hurricane watch.
            Doc i am a little touchy now
            Keep the cynicism to a minimum
            There is nothing funny about this
            NO disrespect intended
            Sincerely
            Larry

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            • #21
              Originally posted by lll View Post
              Dorian now 180 mph......
              They still dont know how close it will come to Florida
              My area has gone from tropical storm to hurricane watch.
              Doc i am a little touchy now
              Keep the cynicism to a minimum
              There is nothing funny about this
              NO disrespect intended
              Sincerely
              Larry
              Larry, I'm being cynical about the bloodthirsty media, not about the storm. There's nothing funny about the storm.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by gulfportdoc View Post
                Larry, I'm being cynical about the bloodthirsty media, not about the storm. There's nothing funny about the storm.
                I understand doc
                I am on edge right now
                The uncertainty and the fact the storm is moving so slowly
                its like forever until its over
                The weather channel doesn't make it easier
                I have no sense of humor

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                • #23
                  They just issued voluntary evacuation where I live with mandatory evacuation starting early tomorrow morning emergency shelters will open tomorrow at 2 PM

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                  • #24
                    They just issued voluntary evacuation
                    I issued voluntary evacuation for the entire state of Missouri in 1977. Lots of people have left, but I haven't received one damned Thank You.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by gulfportdoc View Post
                      Larry, I'm being cynical about the bloodthirsty media, not about the storm. There's nothing funny about the storm.
                      They love the killing of the bull. They love to shove a mike in a victims face. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1QVthvDhPo
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                      • #26
                        I'm sure that Larry will get back to us when everything starts to return to normal. Surely some of the areas in his neck of the woods lost power. Takes awhile to re-adjust.

                        ~Doc

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                        • #27
                          Actually Art my area was spared
                          We got a tropical storm with more wind than rain and no power outages
                          All of Florida dodged a bullet

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                          • #28
                            I was expecting a Total nightmare in the beginning. Fortunately nothing. I feel for the ones that got effected.
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                            • #29
                              bad break for the pool hustlers. all those people would have lost their houses and have to hang in the poolroom with pockets full of insurance money.

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