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By: trHUrrIXC5MMX , 4:56 AM GMT on October 25, 2013

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257. trHUrrIXC5MMX
12:55 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Quoting 256. pcola57:


"A sense of " forboding"

(a strong inner feeling or notion of a future misfortune, evil, etc.; presentiment)

"portent"

(an indication or omen of something about to happen, especially something momentous.)



thanks Pcola

I came up with "false sense of reality"

check out my newest blog... I also replied to your wu-mail
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256. pcola57
12:53 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Quoting 249. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
hey guys...

I need some help here as im writing my new blog up...

is there a word for this kind of situation
"A beautiful night watching the sea... before the huge tsunami arrived"


is it something like daydreaming, fantasy?
I mean about the hidden danger covered in the beauty


"A sense of " forboding"

(a strong inner feeling or notion of a future misfortune, evil, etc.; presentiment)

"portent"

(an indication or omen of something about to happen, especially something momentous.)

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255. Astrometeor
12:48 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Quoting 252. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


great job "English teacher"!


My pleasure.
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254. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
12:48 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
trHUrrIXC5MMX has created a new entry.
253. Astrometeor
12:48 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Quoting 246. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
Good afternoon all

Im spending the full day here in the Atlanta Fulton county superior court...
Not peachy at all


Why?
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252. trHUrrIXC5MMX
12:44 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Quoting 251. Astrometeor:
Date night?


great job "English teacher"!
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251. Astrometeor
12:44 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
Date night?
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250. trHUrrIXC5MMX
12:36 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
anyone?
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249. trHUrrIXC5MMX
12:11 AM GMT on October 30, 2013
hey guys...

I need some help here as im writing my new blog up...

is there a word for this kind of situation
"A beautiful night watching the sea... before the huge tsunami arrived"


is it something like daydreaming, fantasy?
I mean about the hidden danger covered in the beauty
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248. originalLT
7:28 PM GMT on October 29, 2013
Max, when you get a chance, check out TheDawnawakenning's Blog--he mentions a major wind event for New England on Friday. So far the Mets up here are only saying 40-50mph gusts. I'll let you know more details when I get them later on.
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247. originalLT
6:03 PM GMT on October 29, 2013
Did you do something wrong, or are you there on a job?
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246. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:36 PM GMT on October 29, 2013
Good afternoon all

Im spending the full day here in the Atlanta Fulton county superior court...
Not peachy at all
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245. SPLbeater
4:50 PM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 178. Astrometeor:


On the contrary, friend, you don't leave me with anxiety, I start out with it.

Is what important? Having communication with another human? I'm afraid so. If it wasn't important I would be just fine and happy, but no, I am a wretched teenager (ack! cliche again [more wretched than most]). I apologize for giving a share of my feelings, I can see the derision from you, just as I receive from others in the real world whenever I beg for patience and space, two items that I almost never receive.


Stop using big words.
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244. KoritheMan
5:49 AM GMT on October 29, 2013

Quoting 243. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
That was our only major hurricane this year. Pathetic.

Well, well. It's time for me to say gnite
Gotta work tomorrow, well today...}%}#}% whatever
Good night there, Max.

As a matter of random and pointless trivia, you have the same name as my barber.
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243. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:46 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 242. KoritheMan:

It hasn't even hit the core of strongest shear yet. Dmax is approaching in that area, and the environment is still diffluent, even if sheared.

Probably its last hurrah, though. Tomorrow will be brutal. You may even want to cover your eyes. ;)
That was our only major hurricane this year. Pathetic.

Well, well. It's time for me to say gnite
Gotta work tomorrow, well today...}%}#}% whatever
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242. KoritheMan
5:43 AM GMT on October 29, 2013

Quoting 240. trHUrrIXC5MMX:
I'm going to stay up for a little longer...


Looks like Raymond is finally winding down...except for that big burst in the last minute thinking otherwise
It hasn't even hit the core of strongest shear yet. Dmax is approaching in that area, and the environment is still diffluent, even if sheared.

Probably its last hurrah, though. Tomorrow will be brutal. You may even want to cover your eyes. ;)
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241. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:39 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 239. KoritheMan:
Eww. TWC naming garbage.

Night there, Trent.


I know. Just crap

But I did like Nemo. Got some good 2' from it...
Another brutal storm
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240. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:37 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
I'm going to stay up for a little longer...


Looks like Raymond is finally winding down...except for that big burst in the last minute thinking otherwise
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239. KoritheMan
5:36 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 236. wxgeek723:


Well since hurricane season was a bust you can just track Winter Storm Pax instead!! ;)



I'm out for the night. Gotta be up in 5 hours lol peace!


It's Trent BTW. :)
Eww. TWC naming garbage.

Night there, Trent.
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238. KoritheMan
5:34 AM GMT on October 29, 2013

Quoting 234. Astrometeor:
Thanks everyone for putting up with/supporting me tonight, I must now take my leave for the evening.

Good night.
Good night there, bud.
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237. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:33 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 234. Astrometeor:
Thanks everyone for putting up with/supporting me tonight, I must now take my leave for the evening.

Good night.


Alright... Gnite
Same to you weather geek
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236. wxgeek723
5:33 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 233. KoritheMan:
I don't need to be reminded of the implications another Katrina-type storm will have, lol. I would be a "damned fool" (in the words of the wise Obi-Wan Kenobi) if I wasn't aware of that by now, given how long I've been monitoring hurricanes (nearly 10 years). New Orleans is in a precarious location, however, and I do believe another Katrina will happen again in the future. Actually, Katrina wasn't even worst case scenario.

And... we don't really get tornadoes. Other places do, but we're generally too far south of the trough axis to get the necessary speed shear to generate tornadoes. And while it may be enough for the average person to look at a storm from afar and say "that's pretty", it's not for me. Unless I experience it firsthand, it's just another storm out of the millions. :P


Well since hurricane season was a bust you can just track Winter Storm Pax instead!! ;)


I'm out for the night. Gotta be up in 5 hours lol peace!


It's Trent BTW. :)
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235. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:32 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 233. KoritheMan:

I don't need to be reminded of the implications another Katrina-type storm will have, lol. I would be a "damned fool" (in the words of the wise Obi-Wan Kenobi) if I wasn't aware of that by now, given how long I've been monitoring hurricanes (nearly 10 years). New Orleans is in a precarious location, however, and I do believe another Katrina will happen again in the future. Actually, Katrina wasn't even worst case scenario.

And... we don't really get tornadoes. Other places do, but we're generally too far south of the trough axis to get any the necessary speed shear to generate tornadoes. And while it may be enough for the average person to look at a storm from afar and say "that's pretty", it's not for me. Unless I experience it firsthand, it's just another storm out of the millions. :P


Well I guess so.
Right, I don't hear much about tornadoes around New Orleans

I'm not hurricane-experienced really and for a good reason.
I have dealt with strong earthquakes though
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234. Astrometeor
5:32 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Thanks everyone for putting up with/supporting me tonight, I must now take my leave for the evening.

Good night.
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233. KoritheMan
5:27 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 228. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


You still want a hurricane?
A big tornado doesn't do the job for you?

How about another Katrina (and all that came with it)... Let's hope we don't end up with another economic crisis because this time it would be even more expensive than that 108 billion big bucks
I don't need to be reminded of the implications another Katrina-type storm will have, lol. I would be a "damned fool" (in the words of the wise Obi-Wan Kenobi) if I wasn't aware of that by now, given how long I've been monitoring hurricanes (nearly 10 years). New Orleans is in a precarious location, however, and I do believe another Katrina will happen again in the future. Actually, Katrina wasn't even worst case scenario.

And... we don't really get tornadoes. Other places do, but we're generally too far south of the trough axis to get the necessary speed shear to generate tornadoes. And while it may be enough for the average person to look at a storm from afar and say "that's pretty", it's not for me. Unless I experience it firsthand, it's just another storm out of the millions. :P
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232. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:27 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 229. Astrometeor:


Idk. Why would your eyes deceive you?

If it's of any concern, not talking about you Max.

Nope... Nothing

I took that wayy further than needed
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231. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:26 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 230. wxgeek723:


Haha...I'm not too fond of them but I can get by in public. I can only really half identify with some of these things honestly. I've made serious efforts to try and break into the world of socialization and pretty much analyze how humor works in our world and how teenagers associate. Not too complicated that's fore sure. I've developed a mainly dry and sarcastic sense of humor. I'm fortunate that I'm not AS bounded by superficial restrictions like others might be, cause not to toot my own horn but I'm pretty good looking ;) and that does unfortunately play a factor.

Still I'm an introvert just like you guys, and it can be a real struggle. Sometimes I just accept being a loner. What's the point.


Yep that also works to quiet down the crowd... Just say "I'm a loner...so what?"... It's worthless to come up with an explanation, they aren't worth your time
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230. wxgeek723
5:23 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 224. Astrometeor:


And I thought I was being real clever with "Sandy's on the beaches!" I didn't know it had already been used.

More frustrating is when the confidence goes to jerks who don't deserve it.


Haha...I'm not too fond of them but I can get by in public. I can only really half identify with some of these things honestly. I've made serious efforts to try and break into the world of socialization and pretty much analyze how humor works in our world and how teenagers associate. Not too complicated that's fore sure. I've developed a mainly dry and sarcastic sense of humor that seems to go well...sometimes it goes over peoples' heads though. I'm fortunate that I'm not AS bounded by superficial restrictions like others might be, cause not to toot my own horn but I'm pretty good looking ;) and that does unfortunately play a factor.

Still I'm an introvert just like you guys, and I know the struggle all too well. Sometimes my voice literally just refuses to project, and other times it's the classic "feels like I'm not even there" syndrome. I just accept being a loner. What's the point.
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229. Astrometeor
5:23 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 227. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


Are my eyes deceiving me?


Idk. Why would your eyes deceive you?

If it's of any concern, not talking about you Max.
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228. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:22 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 222. KoritheMan:


They're just boring.

Nah, I get it. I'd probably think differently too if I lived on the immediate coast and was vulnerable to flooding by even the tiniest of storms.

Wind damage threat is very real up here though, but I still want a hurricane anyway.


You still want a hurricane?
A big tornado doesn't do the job for you?

How about another Katrina (and all that came with it)... Let's hope we don't end up with another economic crisis because this time it would be even more expensive than that 108 billion big bucks
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227. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:20 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 224. Astrometeor:


And I thought I was being real clever with "Sandy's on the beaches!" I didn't know it had already been used.

More frustrating is when the confidence goes to jerks who don't deserve it.


Are my eyes deceiving me?
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226. KoritheMan
5:19 AM GMT on October 29, 2013

Quoting 224. Astrometeor:


More frustrating is when the confidence goes to jerks who don't deserve it.
Ugh, Yep. And you can't really do anything to them, because nothing you say will shake their confidence. It'll actually just inflate their preexisting egos.
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225. KoritheMan
5:18 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 218. wxgeek723:


I still can't believe I got hit by a storm named Sandy. It's programmed into my head that storms that far down the list are reserved for Florida storms. I mean I totally saw Irene coming but not this one. I think that's one of the most interesting things about the naming system...looking at the list and wondering which ones will become infamous. I tried to explain to my friend how weird it was that a storm named 'Sandy' was hitting us and she was like "yeah...they have funny names" and I was like "wait no you don't understand -_-"

I still swear by the name Gordon though. Perhaps when we're all matured meteorologists we'll get to see that name rightfully bestowed upon a noteworthy hurricane.


Oh and my two cents - the most frustrating thing is watching how easily confidence comes to others and wondering why it doesn't just come to you like that.


Ernesto, Gordon, and Isaac have always seemed to be the infamous ones for me on that list. Ernesto has tried valiantly, two Gordon's did become major hurricanes, and Isaac nearly got himself retired after walloping my area. Just like I thought Chantal was going to be the big one in 2013; a month later with more favorable conditions then she would have been, following that path. Funny how that works out. :P

I hear ya about the confidence thing. I've gotten to the point where I just don't care anymore. About, well... a lot of things.
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224. Astrometeor
5:18 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 218. wxgeek723:


Oh and my two cents - the most frustrating thing is watching how easily confidence comes to others and wondering why it doesn't just come to you like that.


And I thought I was being real clever with "Sandy's on the beaches!" I didn't know it had already been used.

More frustrating is when the confidence goes to jerks who don't deserve it.
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223. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:16 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 218. wxgeek723:


I still can't believe I got hit by a storm named Sandy. It's programmed into my head that storms that far down the list are reserved for Florida storms. I mean I totally saw Irene coming but not this one. I think that's one of the most interesting things about the naming system...looking at the list and wondering which ones will become infamous. I tried to explain to my friend how weird it was that a storm named 'Sandy' was hitting us and she was like "yeah...they have funny names" and I was like "wait no you don't understand -_-"

I still swear by the name Gordon though. Perhaps when we're all matured meteorologists we'll get to see that name rightfully bestowed upon a noteworthy hurricane.


Oh and my two cents - the most frustrating thing is watching how easily confidence comes to others and wondering why it doesn't just come to you like that.


Good point.lol it's a very random thing... You can't ever guess by looking and reading the names of who is going to kick your ***.

I thought Patty was going to be the storm to hit us until that crappy system took that name by the Bahamas.

Sandy, it mostly reminds me about the sand brought up onto our streets here...followed by the scary howling wind gusts.
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222. KoritheMan
5:15 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 220. trHUrrIXC5MMX:

For a good reason

(As they yell from their location below sea level)


They're just boring.

Nah, I get it. I'd probably think differently too if I lived on the immediate coast and was vulnerable to flooding by even the tiniest of storms.

Wind damage threat is very real up here though, but I still want a hurricane anyway.
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221. KoritheMan
5:14 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 219. trHUrrIXC5MMX:



For how long you live in La Nouvelle Orleans?
Or you were born there?


I've actually never lived in New Orleans. I visit it from time to time (most recent being August for an anime convention), but I've never lived there.

I was born in Baton Rouge, and lived in Gonzales from 1991 until 2007, when my family moved to Prairieville. Both are in Ascension Parish, southeast of East Baton Rouge Parish, which contains the namesake capital city.
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220. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:13 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 217. KoritheMan:


Not very many people think the same way I do. :)

For a good reason

(As they yell from their location below sea level)
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219. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:12 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 214. KoritheMan:


It was the same situation post Gustav here. I live very near Baton Rouge (maybe 30 minutes from downtown, depending on traffic conditions), and after we lost electricity and were huddled in my dad's apartment for five days in the dark listening to the radio for updates, most of the focus was originally not on the BR metro, which ironically took a much more severe beating than New Orleans did. All they were worried about was "Is it gonna be another Katrina?", even after it became obvious that Gustav would pass well to the west.

Kind of annoying, considering some parts of Baton Rouge were without power for over a month. It was the worst hurricane in the area since Betsy in 1965. I was one of the lucky ones, getting power back in less than a week.



For how long you live in La Nouvelle Orleans?
Or you were born there?
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218. wxgeek723
5:11 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 211. KoritheMan:


If 2014 does not deliver me another Gustav-esque storm (you know, being the successor to the 2008 list and all), I will sacrifice something to anger the gods until I get it.


I still can't believe I got hit by a storm named Sandy. It's programmed into my head that storms that far down the list are reserved for Florida storms. I mean I totally saw Irene coming but not this one. I think that's one of the most interesting things about the naming system...looking at the list and wondering which ones will become infamous. I tried to explain to my friend how weird it was that a storm named 'Sandy' was hitting us and she was like "yeah...they have funny names" and I was like "wait no you don't understand -_-"

I still swear by the name Gordon though. Perhaps when we're all matured meteorologists we'll get to see that name rightfully bestowed upon a noteworthy hurricane.


Oh and my two cents - the most frustrating thing is watching how easily confidence comes to others and wondering why it doesn't just come to you like that.
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217. KoritheMan
5:11 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 216. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


Lol

I don't think the rest of New Orleans think that way


Not very many people think the same way I do. :)
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216. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:10 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 211. KoritheMan:


If 2014 does not deliver me another Gustav-esque storm (you know, being the successor to the 2008 list and all), I will sacrifice something to anger the gods until I get it.


Lol

I don't think the rest of New Orleans think that way
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215. KoritheMan
5:08 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 213. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


I see it's different for everyone but I can't understand why it is hard to reach it.

When you are not confident, you are weak...when you are weak all kinds of influences (many negative) can radiate into you not letting you decide without taking them into consideration... You become vulnerable and you see you need to isolate to try to get over with this internal conflict.

People just need to talk this out


The ironic part is... isolating yourself is not a remedial solution to building confidence.

It's a coping mechanism, but unfortunately it doesn't do much to alleviate long-term duress.
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214. KoritheMan
5:07 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 209. wxgeek723:
Anybody else think Sandy's impact in CT was totally overlooked? Perhaps they didn't see the biblical flood waters like NJ and Staten Island but Norwalk and Milford still took a big hit.



It was the same situation post Gustav here. I live very near Baton Rouge (maybe 30 minutes from downtown, depending on traffic conditions), and after we lost electricity and were huddled in my dad's apartment for five days in the dark listening to the radio for updates, most of the focus was originally not on the BR metro, which ironically took a much more severe beating than New Orleans did. All they were worried about was "Is it gonna be another Katrina?", even after it became obvious that Gustav would pass well to the west.

Kind of annoying, considering some parts of Baton Rouge were without power for over a month. It was the worst hurricane in the area since Betsy in 1965. I was one of the lucky ones, getting power back in less than a week.
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213. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:06 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 205. KoritheMan:


Because confidence isn't something that comes easy. I have a lot more confidence than I did two years ago, but I have my days where I struggle immensely. I understand Nathan's situation better than he'll ever know.

Hard to get confidence sometimes. The working methods seem a little different for each person.


I see it's different for everyone but I can't understand why it is hard to reach it.

When you are not confident, you are weak...when you are weak all kinds of influences (many negative) can radiate into you not letting you decide without taking them into consideration... You become vulnerable and you see you need to isolate to try to get over with this internal conflict.

People just need to talk this out in advance... Not feeling any shame or shyness...to avoid getting that far off
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212. KoritheMan
5:05 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 210. originalLT:
Hitting the hay now, everyone have a good night.


You too!
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211. KoritheMan
5:05 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 207. trHUrrIXC5MMX:


Isaac, Gustav, Katrina etc... Nope I would want to be in your shoes


If 2014 does not deliver me another Gustav-esque storm (you know, being the successor to the 2008 list and all), I will sacrifice something to anger the gods until I get it.
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210. originalLT
5:03 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Hitting the hay now, everyone have a good night.
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209. wxgeek723
5:03 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Anybody else think Sandy's impact in CT was totally overlooked? Perhaps they didn't see the biblical flood waters like NJ and Staten Island but Norwalk and Milford still took a big hit.

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208. Astrometeor
5:03 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
54 degrees air and 58 degrees soil currently with dense fog and drizzle. Visibility is 100 yards (estimate).
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207. trHUrrIXC5MMX
5:01 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Quoting 204. KoritheMan:


You were in your basement while I was hoping I was in a secluded location protected from the high water so I could watch the storm unfold. Too bad I was still in Louisiana. :/

We sure are different people. :P


Isaac, Gustav, Katrina etc... Nope I would want to be in your shoes
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