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We're all gonna die!!! Answered

If you've seen the news you might have seen that the state of Florida is in the path of a tropical storm. However if you are in the state, seeing local coverage, you'll know that we're in the path of a Class 12 DeathStorm!!! In reality, the situation is even more dire than even the local news reports, I'm down to my last beer. One plus, it only took an imminent natural disaster to get our governor to visit the state, he's been too busy campaigning for mccain. I just want you to know, that is I don't make it out this time, the gold is buried under a big W!

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Weissensteinburg

10 years ago

Well, I was OK, we got a lot of rain and wind, but my area wasn't flooded. My aunt, however, lives in Melbourne and couldn't leave her subdivision.

Good to hear your okay. We got out okay, about 15 inches of rain, no power for 20 hours and one of the gutters clogged and pulled away from the house.

I think we had close to 18 inches of rain..had to let water out of the pool three times. Our power was pretty consistent, but some people on the next street over did lose it.

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Tool Using Animal

10 years ago

It's sprinkling folks, it's SPRINKLING!!!!! I'm going to go lash myself to a tree in the front yard.

And here's how NOT to survive a hurricane



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bumpusTool Using Animal

Reply 10 years ago

It wouldn't be the water I would be afraid of if I lashed myself to a tree, its the Volvo flying at 75 mph that would scare me a bit...

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Goodhartbumpus

Reply 10 years ago

Ooo, you have listened to Ron White also :-)

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NachoMahmaGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

. "It's not that the wind is blowing ... it's what the wind is blowing." Funny guy.

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GoodhartNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

Yes he is: "they just happen to be stopping everyone driving down that particular part of the sidewalk.......that's profiling and profiling is wrong...." LOL

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KitemanTool Using Animal

Reply 10 years ago

That looks like it hurt, but it reminds me of the time I took my nephew powerkiting.

He's twice my weight, so when I asked him to hold my Flexifoil Stacker's handles for a moment, I thought he'd be fine...

"Sure, pass them heeeerrreeeeeeeeeelp!"

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FerriteTool Using Animal

Reply 10 years ago

I saw that on CNN and was going to post it here but you beat me to it : (

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Chicken2209

10 years ago

fay canceled my trip to the keys :(

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V-Man737

10 years ago

okay, I'm tired of waiting for someone else to post this.

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Firebert010

10 years ago

Oh lawd!! Fay is the new Katrina. Do try to stay alive, we appreciate your input here at Instructables.

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Labot2001Firebert010

Reply 10 years ago

Oh lawd!! Fay is the new Katrina.

Uh, not really. Fay has @ 65mph winds sustained; Katrina had up to 185mph sustained.

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zachninme

10 years ago

I love how they express the winds as a percent. Seriously, a 13-year-old could have created that map. Good luck! Don't die. Plz?

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Labot2001zachninme

Reply 10 years ago

Seriously, a 13-year-old could have created that map.

And what is that supposed to mean, exactly??

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zachninmeLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

No insults to 13-year-olds, that part was quasi-random. The point is that given the center location, the rest could be guessed. It doesn't give much info to the magnitude, direction, etc of the hurricane, just that it causes a lot of wind.

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Bran

10 years ago

Hope your family and property fair well! Remember to get video footage for your How to Survive Imminent Death iBle!

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GorillazMiko

10 years ago

Cool.

Wait.
Uh.

"I just want you to know, that is I don't make it out this time, the gold is buried under a big W!"
Hahaha! I'll be there.

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Labot2001

10 years ago

Ohh! Ohh! I'm on that map! (Space Coast)

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zachninme

10 years ago

Is it just me, or is (almost) the entire visible US & Mexico due for 60-70% winds? Yay messups!

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teaaddict314

10 years ago

lol good ol' its a mad mad mad mad world. anyways, make sure you put your umbrella hat on before going golfing

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caitlinsdad

10 years ago

Just enough time to finish the burning question instructable for "How to Survive a Hurricane or Class 12 Deathstorm!", get a T-shirt and use it as a fashionable doo-rag to help you dig out of the rubble... Good luck and start hoarding now...

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Doctor What

10 years ago

Take the storm like a man. If you phail, then at least you have a pair of (censored).

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dsman195276

10 years ago

um, doesn't that at least qualify as a hurricane? lol. don't die. well i'm off to go dig for gold.

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bumpusdsman195276

Reply 10 years ago

Pffft, I have already staked out the perimeter, and have been breaking ground for over 15 minutes now, I can hire you to dig for me.

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bumpus

10 years ago

So when have you been to Rancho Palos Verdes, where the "Big W" sequence was shot? Anywho, I'm off to California to dig for gold which is now under a "Forward Slash" (Picture one is of the "Big W") (Picture two is of the remains of the "Big W" which is just a "Forward Slash")

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tomonto

10 years ago

I like not being on this map. But, I have to agree don't die. prty plz?