• My town got slammed by a storm (lots of pictures)
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[QUOTE=Banshee FrieNd;29781698]LoL I called the Piano tuning thing.[/QUOTE] I never even noticed that. What'd they say?
[QUOTE=Tigster;29781922]I never even noticed that. What'd they say?[/QUOTE] first a "Piano Service" of something like that then "Um Hello?" then waiting. He couldn't hear me for some reason.
Screw the tornado and flooding, look at all the GHOSTS! [QUOTE=Tigster;29770766] [img_thumb]http://i458.photobucket.com/albums/qq302/Jaylor09/Ashland%20storm/224710_10150175567739702_13220309701_6957222_2985293_n.jpg?t=1305170364[/img_thumb] [/QUOTE]
Dude, the storms are so bad. We're actually getting rain in Houston, TX! Holy shit!
[QUOTE=wolfin1a5c;29776133]he didn't hide he was a man and took pictures for us[/QUOTE] Chase the twister.
As someone who lives in Nebraska, "Tornado Alley" is all I have to say. Shit sucks man.
If weather like that comes to Philadelphia, I would follow the basic safety measures. Barely anyone does that nowadays. I hope your town recovers.
sorry op hopefully before shit went down there was some beauty in the storm
All that hail reminds me of when i was in Deadwood, SD in august 2010 And the water reminds me of that same summer at home in MN, my house is built into the ground and the way our yard is it just screams "please flood me" So all the storm water around town flowed down to my fucking yard, and we had to replace all of our flooring
So Speedway, the gas station in the flooding pictures, was open the next day. Confused the hell out of me. People were shopping there and buying gas and whatever, which is retarded, because there's rumors that water seeped into their tanks.
[img_thumb]http://i458.photobucket.com/albums/qq302/Jaylor09/Ashland%20storm/219510_10150175566264702_13220309701_6957173_7563581_o.jpg?t=1305170191[/img_thumb] [url]http://s431.photobucket.com/albums/qq39/Apemaster/robo_fap.gif[/url]
We just watched twister in earth science class and it looks just like your town!
Last friday I was caught in a hail storm. I was walking home from work with a bag of McDicks, I had to walk backwards. Not the size of golf balls, but a good cubic centimetre
That does not look like a tornado to me, it looks more like what is commonly mistaken as a tornado called a 'scud cloud'.
Holy crap... Nature is a bitch.
[QUOTE=Sabrina;29780068]Oh man, tornadoes are awesome.[/QUOTE] If by that you mean awesome in the classical sense of the word, then yes. Tornadoes are an awesome power. [editline]14th May 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Tigster;29790090]So Speedway, the gas station in the flooding pictures, was open the next day. Confused the hell out of me. People were shopping there and buying gas and whatever, which is retarded, because there's rumors that water seeped into their tanks.[/QUOTE] The water makes the gas go farther :v:
[media]http://i458.photobucket.com/albums/qq302/Jaylor09/Ashland%20storm/224710_10150175567739702_13220309701_6957222_2985293_n.jpg?t=1305170364[/media] Watch out OP, you got some ghost orbs :ghost:
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[QUOTE=Esteam;29821282][media]http://i458.photobucket.com/albums/qq302/Jaylor09/Ashland%20storm/224710_10150175567739702_13220309701_6957222_2985293_n.jpg?t=1305170364[/media] Watch out OP, you got some ghost orbs :ghost:[/QUOTE] You mean ghost balls?
[QUOTE=Rubs10;29785776]As someone who lives in Nebraska, "Tornado Alley" is all I have to say. Shit sucks man.[/QUOTE] Im in Oklahoma, yet ive never seen a tornado :(
[QUOTE=Rubs10;29785776]As someone who lives in Nebraska, "Tornado Alley" is all I have to say. Shit sucks man.[/QUOTE] I live in Nebraska. We have natural protection down here. Never a tornado, never a flood, it all just drops down away from us. Though one time I was braving some hail like a man to get this cat trying to hide in our shed, although it was yet to get a roof, and I saw some old dude in his underwear running out to get his newspaper. It was... distracting.
I wish I could show you the pictures when a storm was here. But I can't because the snow was everywhere so everything you will see in the picture is white.
that looks like what i see in the news.
I'm safe and sound in my Sweden. Sun is shining and the sky is as bright as ever. No tornadoes or flooding here. Had some snowing last week though. That was weird. Silly weather, how does it work.
Fucking major winds and shit here in chesapeake, lost power.
It's weird to say, but I'd like it if an event such as this could happen where I live, to bring the community together n such. The worst that could happen is a serious drought accompanied by a failure of the water system.
I know how tornadoes and stuff like that damage a lot of things and (can) cost a lot of lives but apart from all that, it seems like a pretty interesting experience. I know it seems like an immature thing to say but I guess I can't word it right without sounding like some dumb child. [editline]24th May 2011[/editline] I guess I imagine it as a mere lightning storm except much more intense. I love lightning.
A town a couple hours West of me called Joplin was completely destroyed by tornadoes earlier. All that's left is rubble. [img]http://dailynewsen.com/newsimages/Joplin-Missouri-How-To-Help-Tornado-Victims.jpg[/img] Like so.
My town got the outskirts of the storm. Still, that's some badass hail. Hope no one got hurt though, good luck cleaning up.
[QUOTE=Miskatonic;29770792]Don't drink the water. It's probably full of shit from the sewage.[/QUOTE] They put something in it... to make you forget. I don't even remember how I got here
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