>>> I ran into people yesterday who did not know, and a few who did not care that a hurricane was on the way. In their own state. Heading toward them. I'm still not sure how some people make it through life.
How poignant a statement is that? Scary. Would like to make a joke now, but cannot.
This is one f'ed up season already, and S. Floridians just may need to be on the alert for Earl.
Hoping the monetary damages are below 15 BILLION.
Now, I'm off to my beach where I'm already supposed to expect TS winds from Charley this evening. This monster is going to affect the whole East Coast, granted, FL west coast was the bullseye, the rest of us (not in FL) are the sloppy seconds.
Every one be safe, and we'll get back to normal soon
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