jurzdevil: that lady is pretty badass for walking lumbering out of the debris with a chunk of wood stuck in her leg like that
MugzyBrown: Finger of god!
ecmoRandomNumbers: CNN reporting that it might have been an F7 tornado./listening to these people fills me with rage and wonder.
ontariolightning: Blizter is annoying and asking dumb questions
zappaisfrank: God, is everyone in that neighborhood fat? You'd think so just from watching the footage..
ArtosRC: This storm isn't done. It'll produce another, and soon.
Whiskey Pete: crab66: Finger of god.Tornadoes are one of the few things that scare me on an absolutely primal level.Take that shiat seriously and do whatever you can to get underground or get out of the way.I'm that way with clowns.
mikaloyd: tinfoil-hat maggie: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.So very true and correct.Every time theres a natural disaster we get scads of self taught Einsteins who just earned their internet civil engineering degree 15 minutes prior and who have spent the entire 15 minutes solving mother nature's hellish conundrums. There are half a dozen in here already who have decided they know how to prevent tornado damage via stricter building codes and higher quality materials. Any second now one will mouth off about building homes out of airliner black boxes if they haven't already done so. Disaster prevention experts I guess.
Kaeishiwaza: I live in Manhattan and had my home wrecked by Sandy. When I heard that Senators and Representatives were voting against aid to my area because it was 'pork' I was furious.Now when a disaster hits Oklahoma, one of the places in the nation where the politicians didn't want to help New York and New Jersey are located, I feel nothing but compassion and a desire to help these people. They should get immediate aid and I frankly don't care if I have to pay some extra taxes next year or whenever to make sure they're taken care of.What is wrong with me?
ArgusRun: xynix: ZeroCorpse: Seriously, whenever I hear about a place getting beat to hell by nature, it's Oklahoma, Kansas, southern Indiana, and New Orleans. I'm not just talking about normal disaster weather like you'd get in the gulf, but the kind of weather that destroys whole cities... Always, it's these places.Make sure to add New York and New Jersey as well as Connecticut to that list. Oklahoma produces one QUARTER of the wheat this country pumps out.. I wont even get into specifics around corn, beef, pork, poultry, etc. The Port of New Orleans (where I'm from) happens to be the only deep water port in the United States. It's also the exit port of 50%+ of the grains exported from the US. 60% of all corn exported from the US, and we're the #1 exporter, go through the PoNO. So where do you expect these people to live farkface?/farking moronIs that what people actually believe there? It's not even the only one in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Downfall: Now That's What I Call a Taco!: Sounds like a teacher sacrificed her life to protect 3 kids at the school by laying on top of them as the tornado hit. Wow.Most of my elementary school years were spent in White Hall, IL (pop about 3,000) There is a statue there of a teacher, Annie Keller, who died while protecting her class in 1927.http://whitehalltownshiplibrary.org/teacher.html[media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com image 550x824]
OtherLittleGuy: ecmoRandomNumbers: CNN reporting that it might have been an F7 tornado./listening to these people fills me with rage and wonder.If it was a F12 tornado, they could access the BIOS.
Bontesla: ecmoRandomNumbers: CNN reporting that it might have been an F7 tornado./listening to these people fills me with rage and wonder.God. They should be fined.
netizencain: Damn, local weather guy just claimed it will be the largest tornado ever... in the world. DAMN!
LeadFootSpiderMonkey: wakitu: LeadFootwakitu: LeadFootSpiderMonkey: THANK YOU to the TFer who is remaining anonymous, they are about to head out, and will be there in less than 10 minutes, you guys rock!!! Thanks for helping keep my family safe while we are so far away!/would have re-upped myself, but literally have like 75 cents to my name, thanks for the kindness fark, they are heading to a safe place now due to someone gifting me TF and someone in TFD saw it, and told them to come immediately. siiiiiiiiiiigh of relief.Hurray Farkers!For real man! it took like 5 minutes for everything to be worked out from the Boobies i made and for my uncle and his family to load the car and leave. Farkers. YOU. ARE . AWESOME.
seventypercent: KFOR meteorologist: "This is the worst tornado in the history of the world."
eddievercetti: Why, why do people live in tornado alley?
PowerSlacker: zappaisfrank: Before watching the TV coverage of this, I had no idea there was a town in Oklahoma called "Liberal"...[i5.photobucket.com image 515x455]That's actually Liberal, Kansas.
mr lawson: LasersHurt: Can't we put up some kind of vertical structures to break up the ground speeds of tornados? Ishort answer...nolong answer: hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah no
ontariolightning: Now That's What I Call a Taco!: The worst tornado damage in the history of the world, according to the KFOR reporter?!? 2 to 3 times larger area of devastation than May 3, 1999.Dear God.Worse than Bangladesh?
The Stealth Hippopotamus: I will not hide my face behind stone and mortar. I will stand before the wind and make it respect me
JerseyTim: I don't think this guy from the Orr Family Farm wants to be interviewed.
Popcorn Johnny: Holy shiat, that's a wide path of destruction they're showing on Fox right now.
ShankatsuForte: that chick in the red shirt had EF-4 Chins
mikaloyd: [i.imgur.com image 850x637]School
Di Atribe: Macinfarker: omg the schoolCan you imagine being a parent & seeing your child's school like that? Very upsetting.
jfarkinB: Not this again. :(
dugitman: holy crap that monster is headed straight for a traffic jam
mariner314: Maybe it can relocate the Thunder to Seattle?
ariseatex: Approaching a "log-jammed" roadway...holy shiat...
Smeggy Smurf: What happens if NIckleback gets sucked up in a tornado? Does that form a supersuck or do they cancel each other out? I propose we find out.
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