The more you guys post, the worse I feel. While I have never met one person on this board, you feel more like family to me than some of even my family members. I suppose as long as you came out of this alive, then you did alright. Hopefully everyone has insurance and the material possessions can be replaced. That won't make it right, but it will make it better.
I've decided to make an executive decision on my own and will discuss it with the other mods...
I'm leaving all the personal storm stories up on the main board. If it helps to ease the healing process, you shouldn't have to hunt for the proper "forum," just post away. This may not go over with my fellow moderators, but at least for the time being put up whatever you want to right here. (within reason).
Everyone here owes John, Mike & Ed an incredible amount of gratitude for having this site, and especially to Mike for trying to keep the site & the important storm info running during the crucial hours before the storm made landfall.
Peace y'all and all be safe.
-------------------- 2005 Forecast: 14/7/4
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