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(Google)   Think you're having a tough go of it? This guy survived three Gulf Coast hurricanes, a tornado in Indiana and flooding in New Hampshire   (google.com) divider line 32
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2743 clicks; posted to Main » on 27 Mar 2010 at 10:47 AM (4 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2010-03-27 09:11:18 AM
Is his name Anderson Cooper?
 
2010-03-27 09:20:53 AM
At least he can get health insurance.
 
2010-03-27 09:40:45 AM
Please don't move to Maryland. Thank you.
 
2010-03-27 10:51:38 AM
i96.photobucket.com

survived on 'borrowed' beer.
 
2010-03-27 10:56:37 AM
Next stop: California!
 
2010-03-27 10:59:56 AM
This guy survived three Gulf Coast hurricanes
Asinine, why doesn't he just move away from-

a tornado in Indiana and flooding in New Hampshire
Oh.
 
#2 [TotalFark]
2010-03-27 11:00:26 AM
There is no kind of dishonesty into which otherwise good people more easily and frequently fall than that of defrauding the government.

- Benjamin Franklin
 
2010-03-27 11:01:25 AM
Seriously? That's a big deal or something? I've "survived" a couple dozen hurricanes, nearly a dozen tornadoes, a couple of floods, a blizzard, a couple of medium sized earthquakes (hundreds of little ones), and three wildfires...
 
2010-03-27 11:06:39 AM
I survived both the earthquake in Chile and tsunami in Indonesia. I survived them by being several thousands of miles away...But I survived them!
 
2010-03-27 11:08:36 AM
Ever since Katrina hit, crime rates have gone sky high here in Texas. Houston, meh same ol crap, but Austin and San Antonio have had a significant change.

/Due mostly to all the "refugees" who set up camp here.
Not amused!
 
2010-03-27 11:08:40 AM
Amateur.

Try survive my wife.
 
2010-03-27 11:11:05 AM
It seems this guy was fairly smart, using different ID/info and only scamming a small amount each time... If he got caught, anyone could.
 
2010-03-27 11:12:01 AM
naugahyde monkey: Seriously? That's a big deal or something? I've "survived" a couple dozen hurricanes, nearly a dozen tornadoes, a couple of floods, a blizzard, a couple of medium sized earthquakes (hundreds of little ones), and three wildfires...

Is your name Jim Cantore?

/He shows up in my town, I'm running like hell.
 
2010-03-27 11:17:46 AM
You don't want to be in the prison this guy goes to, unless you hope to run to freedom through the the fire the earthquake caused after the asteroid strike triggered a tectonic shift.
 
2010-03-27 11:17:50 AM
I can't wait until all this climate change stuff stops so people won't have to suffer the angry wrath of mother nature anymore. I know that with much sacrifice, and total government control, we can accomplish this.
 
2010-03-27 11:34:15 AM
Next up: Buffalo.
 
2010-03-27 11:34:37 AM
Those farkers are NOT welcome around here.
 
2010-03-27 11:40:01 AM
naugahyde monkey: Seriously? That's a big deal or something? I've "survived" a couple dozen hurricanes, nearly a dozen tornadoes, a couple of floods, a blizzard, a couple of medium sized earthquakes (hundreds of little ones), and three wildfires...

I've been through a bunch of hurricanes (Miami), a few floods (San Joaquin valley) and earthquakes galore (here in SF). No tornadoes (yet) but if you throw in stuff like snow storms and fires, I think I've got this guy beat. And it's never occurred to me that I was particularly unlucky. I would think anyone who has been alive for a couple decades would have "survived" some sh*t. I'm trying to figure out where on earth subby hails from that this would seem remarkable.


*Reads TFA*

OK, thirty FEMA claims in two years from stuff that happened in other states is BS. Or very, very unlucky.
 
2010-03-27 11:49:19 AM
farm4.static.flickr.com
Wowsy Wowsy Woo Woo.
 
2010-03-27 11:52:57 AM
i40.tinypic.com
 
2010-03-27 11:55:30 AM
Time to accept that maybe God just wants him dead.
 
2010-03-27 11:56:01 AM
"tough go of it"??? wtf is this Liverpool or some shiat? Take your gay ass phrases elsewhere
 
2010-03-27 12:06:24 PM
God's a cat and you're a cornered mouse. Get used to it.
 
2010-03-27 01:03:03 PM
Meh, ive been through 3 typhoons 5 hurricanes 2 tornadoes and a waterspout.
 
2010-03-27 01:51:29 PM
Hmm... still nothing compared to the Japanese guy who survived both atom bombs.

Link (new window)
 
2010-03-27 02:06:02 PM
this guy is nothing but a common thief, ripping you and me off, a total arsewipe. People like him are nothing but a drain on society.
RTFA
 
2010-03-27 04:41:35 PM
I saw the eyes or four hurricanes in one summer and never even left my house.
No need to tap the frequent flyer miles just to experience a natural disaster
 
2010-03-27 04:44:52 PM
Pfft. If you travel, this ain't no thing.


I've been in:
3 tornados in Indiana(all within a half mile)
2 blizzards in Colorado
2 earth quakes in California
1 hurricane in Floridashiat happens.


/huge Internet penis
//average real life penis
 
2010-03-27 07:31:16 PM
The worst of it is he only got 29 comments in 8 hours after his story went to the main page of Fark.com
 
2010-03-27 09:36:15 PM
In Indiana? LOL
 
2010-03-27 10:02:49 PM
Bacchus-ette: In Indiana? LOL


I was in Indiana taking a summer class in college that met on Tuesday nights. Second week of class, we had an earthquake (only a 5.6, but it's Indiana). The prof paused long enough to make a comment about offending the gods-we were discussing Greek history-and then taught on. The next Tuesday, we had a tornado touch down 1/4 mile off of campus during class, and he taught through that, even though we couldn't hear him for the winds and the hail.

I skipped the next Tuesday.
 
2010-03-28 01:45:10 AM
Guy's nickname is "Lucky"
 
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