Re: [infoguys-list] Re: Now that, by God, was a blow job!
- I wish you people would quit calling me names.
Bryan McManis <bryanmcmanis@...> wrote:Greetings Bill,
As a fellow Floridian I can relate to what you said. I have lost
track of the names and times from last year when we had 4 Hurricanes
in 6 weeks.
I do remember the sound of the wind. It is very scary to me. It is
like a rumble and more like the ocean to me.
I do remember getting very angry at Mother Nature at one point on the
Hurricane from hell that lasted for 3 days.
I stood out in my driveway in the darkness and screamed: "All right
come and get me you damn B*tch.
Just after I said that I could hear something pass over my head then
to the right of me and the left. Like a roaring wave. Then the next
thing I know I am rolling on the ground from the wind that hit me.
That scared the crap out of me and I never did that again. It also
made me respect Mother Nature once again. Fear is a good thing
All the people watching these things on TV will never get it. You
have to experience it to really find the fear and force.
I was in a good place this time and everyone was coming here to get
away. I am glad to hear you are OK. I know the feeling about not
getting any looters. People here in Florida do not really have that
problem because they know that it is not worth dieing over to get a
few things from the storm. I have never seen any looting in my area
at all. Too many well oiled weapons and people that now how to use
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, oracleintl@a... wrote:
> Lordy, Lordy -- that Wilma was really something.
> When you hear people talk about extreme winds sounding like a
> there's a reason for that. It sounded for all the world like
> my Everglades home to somewhere next to a train track.
> Fort Branscum sustained no damage whatsoever, although many of my
> were not so fortunate. Personally, I found that to be amazing as I
> have walked out in my front yard during the middle of this for a
> Even sitting out on my sheltered front porch, I damn near drowned.
> It was about awesome - nature can be impressive when she gets
> worked up. It was a sight to see, and I guess the old grey bearded
> sitting on the front porch sucking down suds was something of a
sight for Mother
> Nature too; the wicked bitch wouldn't let me keep my pipe lit!!!
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