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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    You should go sit down.
    For those who don't care to send the very best...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    For those who don't care to send the very best...

    Old school Hawai'ian joke:

    "Eh, you know da Kalaupapa shaka?


    "Hah? No, what you talking about?"



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    1928 Southeast Florida/Lake Okeechobee Hurricane
    This gigantic Category 5 hurricane crushed Puerto Rico and only weakened slightly before hitting south Florida.
    The storm made landfall near West Palm Beach with winds of 145 mph.
    In the city, more than 1,711 homes were destroyed, but the impact was worse Lake Okeechobee.
    Storm surge caused the lake to overflow and put the surrounding area under 10 to 15 feet of water.
    Numerous houses and buildings were swept away in Belle Glade, Canal Point, Chosen, Pahokee and South Bay.
    At least 2,500 people drowned, but it's possible this number is as high as 3,000.
    While crossing Florida, the system weakened significantly.
    It curved and briefly re-emerged into the Atlantic and made another landfall near Edisto Island, South Carolina, with winds of 85 mph.
    (source: Weather Channel)

    The "Irma was the worst storm ever" is a silly and baseless claim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    1928 Southeast Florida/Lake Okeechobee Hurricane
    This gigantic Category 5 hurricane crushed Puerto Rico and only weakened slightly before hitting south Florida.
    The storm made landfall near West Palm Beach with winds of 145 mph.
    In the city, more than 1,711 homes were destroyed, but the impact was worse Lake Okeechobee.
    Storm surge caused the lake to overflow and put the surrounding area under 10 to 15 feet of water.
    Numerous houses and buildings were swept away in Belle Glade, Canal Point, Chosen, Pahokee and South Bay.
    At least 2,500 people drowned, but it's possible this number is as high as 3,000.
    While crossing Florida, the system weakened significantly.
    It curved and briefly re-emerged into the Atlantic and made another landfall near Edisto Island, South Carolina, with winds of 85 mph.
    (source: Weather Channel)
    Pre-Great Acceleration, whodathunk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    1928 Southeast Florida/Lake Okeechobee Hurricane
    This gigantic Category 5 hurricane crushed Puerto Rico and only weakened slightly before hitting south Florida.
    The storm made landfall near West Palm Beach with winds of 145 mph.
    In the city, more than 1,711 homes were destroyed, but the impact was worse Lake Okeechobee.
    Storm surge caused the lake to overflow and put the surrounding area under 10 to 15 feet of water.
    Numerous houses and buildings were swept away in Belle Glade, Canal Point, Chosen, Pahokee and South Bay.
    At least 2,500 people drowned, but it's possible this number is as high as 3,000.
    While crossing Florida, the system weakened significantly.
    It curved and briefly re-emerged into the Atlantic and made another landfall near Edisto Island, South Carolina, with winds of 85 mph.
    (source: Weather Channel)

    The "Irma was the worst storm ever" is a silly and baseless claim.
    Irma is the most powerful storm ever in the Atlantic

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    Look at burmuda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    Irma is the most powerful storm ever in the Atlantic
    I'm going to let that go and just say THANK YOU because we just had a major hurricane and I know what you do for a living.
    So, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    I'm going to let that go and just say THANK YOU because we just had a major hurricane and I know what you do for a living.
    So, thank you!
    No thanks needed that's for sure. I like over time.
    Dont confuse destructive with powerful. Andrew and Floyd were both much smaller but hit very populated places hard. Irma had all the mustard taken off her in the Caribbean and the unpopulated portions of Florida. It wasn't that bad by the time it got here the eye was right by my house. It was about as violent as a thuder storm but it was spread over the entire tampa bay area. 80 mph winds. Several million without power ,etc.
    Floyd was much smaller but much worse on humans way of life.

    Burmuda is a memory. Turks and caicos is fucked up. Cuba is gonna be in the stone age instead of the 1950s for quite sometime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    Old school Hawai'ian joke:

    "Eh, you know da Kalaupapa shaka?


    "Hah? No, what you talking about?"

    LOL I get it.

    No, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    Look at burmuda.
    Barbuda (idiots right now are trying to figure out its location, just so they can cruise past it).

    Climate change and extreme hurricanes have basically forced humans off the island, as well as Key West.

    1 in 4 homes in Key West destroyed...time to wake up.

    For first time in 300 years, there’s not a single living person on the island of Barbuda
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ion/665950001/

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