Crazy thing here in NC is the folks who have beachfront property whine about the insurance they have to pay and they want the landlocked portion of the state to flip the bill for their extravagant lot locations and sometimes the big baller ass houses they have.....so yeah I feel for the folks who lose their belongings and stuff, but not enough to want to fucking pay for it because I'm not brazen enough to build a home on the Outer Banks which (for those of you who don't know) are basically "Sand dune islands" which take the brunt of the blow for the hurricanes which make landfall in NC....which isn't so much applicable for Michael but it is for Florence. Even inland the storm surge can be extremely bad as PCB and Mexico Beach found out.
"Drown in a vat of whiskey.....death where is thy sting?" - W.C. Fields.
Waiting on this fumble footed A hole 'Danny' to decide where he wants to touch down. Glorified rain storm likely but that Mississippi river is looking fierce. Record high. The levees should hold, bigger threat are runaway barges acting as torpedoes etc. And running out of rum.
Danny or Barry? Either way... what a complete downer to have yet another wet storm aiming at the Louisiana/ New Orleans area. Gotta feel for those poor folks in the Big Easy. Having a city below sea level certainly doesn't help matters.
"You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me it's a full time job. Now behave yourself..."
Probably dodged a bullet there.
Do I remember the 21st night of September?
Damn straight I do. No power.... no water.... no communications..... no working gas stations..... no businesses open............
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