On Sat, 30 Apr 2011 06:28:52 -0700, Larry Jaques wrote:
Got most of my utilities back today except for the phone.
I almost feel guilty for having power, so many are without
Death toll in Tuscaloosa is around 40 the last I heard, one
bit of information that isn't being widely reported
(I don;t think it is anyway) is that there are 400 missing,
one can hope they are merely displaced.
I posted a pic over at ABPW of an encouraging act I saw today.
Thanks for the picture. Lew said it most eloquently - the serenity of
the foreground grass belies the tree destruction in the background.
Let's hope the missing found refuge with friends or relatives and that as
power and communication is fully restored they will all "surface" ...
Of courth I do, thweetie. <wink> Just like Bugs Bunny. I breathe on
them and then fold my fingers and buff the nails on my shirt fabric.
(Bugs uses fur, BTW.)
We're all here because we're not all there.
On 4/28/2011 6:52 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Could be...that's size of the one that took out the town of Greensburg
out here 3 years ago -- they're nasty buggers, indeed. That one
rolled/carried a JD 9700 Bullet Rotor combine seven miles from the
dealership where it started. The static weight is roughly 30,000 lb
iirc. Rolled and tossed it like a ball; all it was was a green blob
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