>>> Thanks for the update Mr.Spock. We are expected 50 mph winds at least that's what I heard, going to knock out power I bet, too many trees but nothing like what Florida will be about to experince.
While I appreciate the kind sentiments, Oh Chief Science Officer, I would be willing to bet there are about (insert the population of Florida) who'd be more than happy to trade places with us... I'd take a Strong CAT I/Weak II if I could spare Florida from another mashing. Unfortunately, my powers are somewhat limited in that area.
What's going to hit FL is bad enough as it is, but with all the damage left over from Frances...it won't take much to produce CATASTROPHIC damage...
Where is that Varmint???
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