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2013-05-21 02:20:06 AM  
Does anyone have the chopper video that is NOT time lapse?
 
2013-05-21 02:21:40 AM  

FlyingBacon: That not counting those cheap neighbors that are trying to use the school shelters in a real emergency.  That would slow things down. It would be a mess.


That made me simultaneously laugh and cringe and then, "It's a mess, ain't it, sheriff?"

sphotos-e.ak.fbcdn.net
 
2013-05-21 02:21:46 AM  

Shadow Blasko: That stuff just sounds like the worst vomit waiting to happen invented by humans since the advent of Rumple Minze.

OMG .. as I was reading your post I was thinking .. Yep .. except Rumpleminz.. And then I got to the end and laughed my ass off.

Rumpleminz... Drink till you puke (which wont take long) and still have minty fresh breath!


The weird thing is, good old Rumpleshiatzer doesn't make me ill at all (actually, it's pretty good mixed with 7-Up in my opinion)--really, there's only a few varieties of boozahol my body says "no" to, those being:

a) Anything with star anise--Jagermeister, absinthe, etc.  The one time I can say I got HIDEOUSLY violently ill when drinking, it involved Jagermeister...pretty much anise-infused alcohol can be used as a substitute for syrup of ipecac in my case.  (It's less the alcohol than the anise--I have a bit of a food sensitivity to the particular oil in anise that makes it taste like cheap black licorice.  Cheap faux "black licorice" jellybeans also make me heave, though ACTUAL licorice (made from actual licorice root) causes me no issue whatsoever.)

b) Very cheap reposado tequila....doesn't make me pukey, but makes me heartburny in uncomfy ways.   Cuervo is as low as I'll go in mixers...Sauza blue is about as bottom shelf as I normally go.  (That said--higher-end tequila not only doesn't bother me at all, but I tend to get a bit of a "lucid drunk" off better tequila, the same sort of happy that folks tend to describe with absinthe.  Which is good, seeing as absinthe would make me heave. :D  BTW, to whomever the Farker was who recommended Dos Lunas as a good tequila, thank you :D)

c) Possibly bad bottom-shelf bourbon could do it too, but fortunately in my years I have generally had the blessings of living with a higher class of drinker who never went below Jim Beam and did not often go below Maker's Mark or Buffalo Trace. :D  (Wild Turkey is usually my absolute limit, and that's after we've had a shot or two of the other stuff in the house.  And even then it's not BAD stuff.)

Now, I've had stuff I haven't liked, but nothing that's really made me puking ill other than Jagermeister (and nearly so the one time I tried absinthe, confirming that I don't do well with anise-based liqueurs; y'all can keep the Sambuca, thanks).
 
2013-05-21 02:21:50 AM  

Triumph: Olfin Bedwere: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Looks like 91 from this specific twister.

It might be 200 by the time all is said and done

The TV warnings started about 40 minutes out. The sirens gave 16 minutes notice. The local TV guys did an amazing job of warning people that the only two options were to get below ground or flee. I can't imagine what the numbers would be like if this thing had hit at 3 a.m.


And the warnings only work if people pay attention to them
 
2013-05-21 02:21:58 AM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: tinfoil-hat maggie: Uchiha_Cycliste: you thought I was kidding, didn't ya?

Why yes I did, still want.

can you buy liquor through the internets?


I do not know, can they have it here in 30 minutes or less?
/Sorry
 
2013-05-21 02:24:17 AM  

Shadow Blasko: Scorpinock: Shadow Blasko: There https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/933915_544629 792266153_1555656024_n.png

If you wanna see teh gust front, you will have to do it manually.

Invalid Request...

[i.imgur.com image 640x378]


That looks like a strong bow echo right there.
 
2013-05-21 02:24:34 AM  
Another good video. Maybe better on mute.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b9d_1369098943
 
2013-05-21 02:26:05 AM  

Triumph: Olfin Bedwere: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Looks like 91 from this specific twister.

It might be 200 by the time all is said and done

The TV warnings started about 40 minutes out. The sirens gave 16 minutes notice. The local TV guys did an amazing job of warning people that the only two options were to get below ground or flee. I can't imagine what the numbers would be like if this thing had hit at 3 a.m.


They told people YESTERDAY (talking about 19th) that this was going to be a day of killer tornadoes.


/mom lives(d) in Moore. Lost her house today :( But everybody is healthy :)
 
2013-05-21 02:26:21 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Shadow Blasko: Scorpinock: Shadow Blasko: There https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/933915_544629 792266153_1555656024_n.png

If you wanna see teh gust front, you will have to do it manually.

Invalid Request...

[i.imgur.com image 640x378]

That looks like a strong bow echo right there.


Look at the line in front of it.. separated from the main line.. Thats a gust front forming
 
2013-05-21 02:26:27 AM  

maxheck: Does anyone know any S. OK lakes to float in and just be?


Lake Eufaula?  The Red River between Texas and Oklahoma?
 
2013-05-21 02:26:33 AM  

germ78: Uchiha_Cycliste: tinfoil-hat maggie: Uchiha_Cycliste: you thought I was kidding, didn't ya?

Why yes I did, still want.

can you buy liquor through the internets?

damn right you can.

/it was the first suggestion from google by entering "buy li"


bullocks.. can only ship wine to Cali. BS. =(
 
2013-05-21 02:28:22 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Uchiha_Cycliste: tinfoil-hat maggie: Uchiha_Cycliste: you thought I was kidding, didn't ya?

Why yes I did, still want.

can you buy liquor through the internets?

I do not know, can they have it here in 30 minutes or less?
/Sorry


http://www.liquormart.com/shipping/
 
2013-05-21 02:28:45 AM  
 
2013-05-21 02:29:12 AM  

nukeim: Triumph: Olfin Bedwere: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Looks like 91 from this specific twister.

It might be 200 by the time all is said and done

The TV warnings started about 40 minutes out. The sirens gave 16 minutes notice. The local TV guys did an amazing job of warning people that the only two options were to get below ground or flee. I can't imagine what the numbers would be like if this thing had hit at 3 a.m.

They told people YESTERDAY (talking about 19th) that this was going to be a day of killer tornadoes.


/mom lives(d) in Moore. Lost her house today :( But everybody is healthy :)


Good to here she's safe, insurance can take care of the rest.
/And yea lot's of warning people didn't used to get back in the day
 
2013-05-21 02:32:40 AM  

Shadow Blasko: tinfoil-hat maggie: Shadow Blasko: Scorpinock: Shadow Blasko: There https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/933915_544629 792266153_1555656024_n.png

If you wanna see teh gust front, you will have to do it manually.

Invalid Request...

[i.imgur.com image 640x378]

That looks like a strong bow echo right there.

Look at the line in front of it.. separated from the main line.. Thats a gust front forming


Took another look, I see what you mean but the curve on that gust front denotes very high straight line winds possible.
 
2013-05-21 02:35:47 AM  

rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.


Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today
 
2013-05-21 02:38:55 AM  
 
2013-05-21 02:43:51 AM  
Jesus. I guess that is what happens when you build plywood suburbs in a part of the world named Tornado Alley.

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?
 
2013-05-21 02:43:52 AM  
 
2013-05-21 02:44:07 AM  

Peacedog: Gonna post this again.  Some great footage of the beginning of the tornado in the Newcastle area.

https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=580914905273381


This was a good video.  Those guys really know their area.  Thanks for sharing that.
 
2013-05-21 02:44:36 AM  

italie: Bippal: I live not far from Henyrville In, my grandfather lives there. The elementary school was destroyed, most of the town as well. It's not nearly as big, and they are just now getting rebuilt. I can only imagine how long this will take to get back going. My fiancee is pregnant with baby number three and had to go to bed early tonight. We had to shut the TV off :(

Not to stroll off topic, but it took three kids before you put a ring on it?


No, she had two before we met, but I've raised them since they were little, and I've been married before myself. She's pregnant with mine now. We both left cheaters.
 
2013-05-21 02:44:39 AM  

Great Porn Dragon: rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.

Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today


Can I just tell you that you are the man?  It's a bit eerie reading all of those warnings just now.  While a very bad and very busy day for the NWS, they clearly did their job.  Thanks again.
 
2013-05-21 02:45:47 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: nukeim: Triumph: Olfin Bedwere: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Looks like 91 from this specific twister.

It might be 200 by the time all is said and done

The TV warnings started about 40 minutes out. The sirens gave 16 minutes notice. The local TV guys did an amazing job of warning people that the only two options were to get below ground or flee. I can't imagine what the numbers would be like if this thing had hit at 3 a.m.

They told people YESTERDAY (talking about 19th) that this was going to be a day of killer tornadoes.


/mom lives(d) in Moore. Lost her house today :( But everybody is healthy :)

Good to here she's safe, insurance can take care of the rest.
/And yea lot's of warning people didn't used to get back in the day


Yup.  I mean...We had go-bags for the kids by the back door, I stocked the storm shelter with water, chairs, LED lanterns, etc...We also had a plan for how to do things if it hit the fan. It did, plan was enacted...And VOILA! No tornado at my house. Just baseball sized hail.

But my wife is paranoid, and is a list-maker and a level VII planner...Most people? Not so much.

I'm just agog that Moore got hit AGAIN. I grew up there, and both of the houses I grew up in are now gone. I feel so bad for the kids...That had to be absolutely terrifying. :(
 
2013-05-21 02:47:08 AM  

Teknowaffle: Jesus. I guess that is what happens when you build plywood suburbs in a part of the world named Tornado Alley.

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?


Most houses here ARE brick on concrete slab.
 
2013-05-21 02:50:51 AM  

rackrent: Great Porn Dragon: rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.

Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today

Can I just tell you that you are the man?  It's a bit eerie reading all of those warnings just now.  While a very bad and very busy day for the NWS, they clearly did their job.  Thanks again.


Oh great and mighty porn dragon can you fins the track timeline for moving east looking for virginia and gainesville georgia
 
2013-05-21 02:51:55 AM  
assets.nydailynews.com
 
2013-05-21 02:53:51 AM  

nukeim: tinfoil-hat maggie: nukeim: Triumph: Olfin Bedwere: 7th Son of a 7th Son: Looks like 91 from this specific twister.

It might be 200 by the time all is said and done

The TV warnings started about 40 minutes out. The sirens gave 16 minutes notice. The local TV guys did an amazing job of warning people that the only two options were to get below ground or flee. I can't imagine what the numbers would be like if this thing had hit at 3 a.m.

They told people YESTERDAY (talking about 19th) that this was going to be a day of killer tornadoes.


/mom lives(d) in Moore. Lost her house today :( But everybody is healthy :)

Good to here she's safe, insurance can take care of the rest.
/And yea lot's of warning people didn't used to get back in the day

Yup.  I mean...We had go-bags for the kids by the back door, I stocked the storm shelter with water, chairs, LED lanterns, etc...We also had a plan for how to do things if it hit the fan. It did, plan was enacted...And VOILA! No tornado at my house. Just baseball sized hail.

But my wife is paranoid, and is a list-maker and a level VII planner...Most people? Not so much.

I'm just agog that Moore got hit AGAIN. I grew up there, and both of the houses I grew up in are now gone. I feel so bad for the kids...That had to be absolutely terrifying. :(


Baseball sized hail sounds pretty bad to me. And you're wife sounds smart, making a plan after it starts doesn't work so well. Glad you and you'res are safe, after today any bit of good news is welcome.
/Oh and well tornado tracks often sorta repeat, it's sad but it happens.
 
2013-05-21 02:53:53 AM  

nukeim: Teknowaffle: 

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?

Most houses here ARE brick on concrete slab.



They are indeed.

My sister lives outside Norman on a brick+slab house, which is the construction of choice for Oklahoma (in my experience).  Sister still opted to construct an in-ground storm cellar, which is where they waited out storms yesterday and today.  Both days she had to herd her husband and kid into the cellar, as well as a cat, a dog, several chickens and some ducks.
 
2013-05-21 03:00:31 AM  

Great Porn Dragon: rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.

Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today


Pretty much this.  Also, tornado warnings are fairly generic in terms of these devastating storms.  You really have no idea how bad a tornado is until its bearing down on top of you ( ie: you're screwed), or has already passed.  Most tornado warnings just state that there is a tornado warning for "X" county(ies) expiring at "X" time, and will repeat if necessary.  They might give a general direction that the tornado is moving, but that's about it.  You can't really predict where, when, or how hard these things are going to hit.  It's mostly in terms of generalities (5-25 mile wide paths sometimes stretching as far out as 40 miles in front of the storm with the path widening as it stretches out) as tornadoes move very fast, can change directions very quickly, and can fall apart as quickly as they spin up.  You can really never know how long they will stay on the ground either, there's no clear indicator for how long these things stay on the ground, or if they will even touchdown sometimes.  I've seen huge ones never even hit the ground that could've easily done some extensive damage, and then are gone within seconds.  Basically you really never know how bad these things are until it's over.
 
2013-05-21 03:01:58 AM  
Cinder block is no match for 200 mph debris. Here is what 35 mph does with a 2x4. Now imagine an entire neighborhood's 2x4's, trucks, trees, poles, vans, cars..... Hitting your structure.

Cinderblock near mid video
 
2013-05-21 03:03:21 AM  

FizixJunkee: Both days she had to herd her husband and kid into the cellar, as well as a cat, a dog, several chickens and some ducks.


That sounds like a hell of a storm party.
 
2013-05-21 03:05:01 AM  

Now That's What I Call a Taco!: J. Frank Parnell: Had a feeling someone might have posted that in the other thread, and of course they did. I think it's still probably the most heart wrenching thing i've seen in a long time, and epitomizes this event perfectly.

It really is powerful. Shows the passion and strength teachers have towards their students. It's irrelevant right now, of course, but I want to get that lady a day at a spa or something-- she's obviously been through absolute hell. And who knows if she still has a home to go to.


I've been watching the hockey playoffs.  She looks like she's taken a puck or stick to the face.  I wouldn't be surprised if her nose or cheekbone was broken.  Those two teachers are good people.
 
2013-05-21 03:05:39 AM  

nukeim: Teknowaffle: Jesus. I guess that is what happens when you build plywood suburbs in a part of the world named Tornado Alley.

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?

Most houses here ARE brick on concrete slab.


But its still the traditional stick built house, isnt it?  What are the rafters and roof made of, under those shingles?

http://www.monolithic.com/   If I could, thats who I'd use to make my house..
 
2013-05-21 03:05:53 AM  
Radar indicated tornado on the ground, hendricks county Indiana... headed towards (I can't believe I have to type this) THE SPEEDWAY.
 
2013-05-21 03:06:07 AM  

thisisyourbrainonFark: No chance. Video in the last seconds is astonishing.

http://www.usatoday.com/videos/news/2013/05/20/2344735/


My laptop fan kicked in just at the end of that and I freaked out.
 
2013-05-21 03:06:37 AM  
If I were living in Moore Oklahoma at the start of 2027, I'd seriously think of leaving before May. Speaking for others, however...although I had some great friends and colleagues in Norman, I'd never go back to OK.
 
2013-05-21 03:09:46 AM  

Great Porn Dragon: rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.

Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today


Remember what we talked about last night .. about a tornado hitting a major sporting event with hundreds of people in campers or tents?
 
2013-05-21 03:12:19 AM  

elffster: nukeim: Teknowaffle: Jesus. I guess that is what happens when you build plywood suburbs in a part of the world named Tornado Alley.

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?

Most houses here ARE brick on concrete slab.

But its still the traditional stick built house, isnt it?  What are the rafters and roof made of, under those shingles?

http://www.monolithic.com/   If I could, thats who I'd use to make my house..


Real estate is generally around $100 a sq. ft for a nice, new(er) house in this area. If you double that, you could make a fairly tough tornado resistant house...But as was said above...Throw 427 2x4's moving 150mph along with an F250 and a Dodge Neon...No house is going to hold up.
 
2013-05-21 03:16:50 AM  

Shadow Blasko: Great Porn Dragon: rackrent: Does anyone have the original text from the NWS tornado warning for Moore?  Just wondering how they phrased such a warning.

Found it here for the Moore tornado--it was already a declared tornado emergency at that point.  Here is the followup severe weather statement (emphasizing that this was a tornado emergency, which frankly may be the understatement of the year--which is saying something seeing as the Norman WFO INVENTED the whole concept of the "tornado emergency" as "SRSLY, GET IN THE BASEMENT NAO" warning-plus the LAST time Moore, OK got slammed).

The second severe weather statement is remarkably understated in comparison, the third severe weather statement is another reminder this is TORNADO EMERGENCY SRS BUSINESS, a fourth severe weather statement noting Tornado Emergency was issued ten minutes after, and then finally a (remarkably understated) severe weather statement was issued as the storm moved toward Meeker.

/took some digging on this--suffice it to say that the Norman, OK WFO had a no-good, very bad, very busy day today

Remember what we talked about last night .. about a tornado hitting a major sporting event with hundreds of people in campers or tents?


Yeah, I remember, and frankly the one thing that could make this week even SHIATTIER would be the nightmare scenario of the Speedway getting it just as it's getting crowded for the 500 :P  (Not not NOT liking this AT ALL, especially as this is a NIGHT-TIME event :P)

/yes, this is one of the few times I can say I wish I weren't apatheist,  Hope some small god is looking out for them
//more importantly, I hope the safety personnel at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Speedway PD have been hauling ass to try to get folks to safety
 
2013-05-21 03:20:09 AM  

nukeim: No house is going to hold up.


My parents in West Tennessee have probably the most tornado-resistant house in about a 15-20 mile radius.

ICF is awesome.

www.wdcicf.com


Having said that, I still wouldn't want to ride out any kind of tornado on the top floor. Luckily, the bottom floor is mostly underground.
 
2013-05-21 03:21:00 AM  
Storm approaching speeway no longer tornadic .. but there are spinups all along that line now.
 
2013-05-21 03:23:37 AM  

Great Porn Dragon: Found it here for the Moore tornado


If those guys bought typewriters with lower case, then they could SHOUT when they need to.
 
2013-05-21 03:27:47 AM  
I sure would like to know what the people in Moore, OK have been doing to piss God off so much...
 
2013-05-21 03:29:29 AM  
If you really want a tornado proof home, just build a bunker underground. Problem solved. My uncle in Iowa got a underground home and i am sure he can ride out a tornado. Not sure how the door to the outside will hold up.
 
2013-05-21 03:30:34 AM  

elffster: nukeim: Teknowaffle: Jesus. I guess that is what happens when you build plywood suburbs in a part of the world named Tornado Alley.

Would brick/poured concrete fare better? Or would they just give the storm heavier shrapnel?

Most houses here ARE brick on concrete slab.

But its still the traditional stick built house, isnt it?  What are the rafters and roof made of, under those shingles?

http://www.monolithic.com/   If I could, thats who I'd use to make my house..


Seems like it would be good PR for these guys to donate all or some of the cost towards replacing those schools with tornado-resistant dome structures.
 
2013-05-21 03:31:22 AM  

FlyingBacon: If you really want a tornado proof home, just build a bunker underground. Problem solved. My uncle in Iowa got a underground home and i am sure he can ride out a tornado. Not sure how the door to the outside will hold up.


Having lived in that part of Okla., that's a very expensive proposition given the very hard substrate there.
 
2013-05-21 03:33:14 AM  
Well, I'm not sure but that is starting to look like a derecho to me...
 
2013-05-21 03:37:15 AM  

esteban9: I sure would like to know what the people in Moore, OK have been doing to piss God off so much...


Maybe he really likes them and wants them by his side in Heaven.

Put another way: "He wants Moore He wants Moore...like, he really likes it he wants Moore"
 
2013-05-21 03:46:02 AM  

you are a puppet: esteban9: I sure would like to know what the people in Moore, OK have been doing to piss God off so much...

Maybe he really likes them and wants them by his side in Heaven.

Put another way: "He wants Moore He wants Moore...like, he really likes it he wants Moore"


Who can question the will of the Almighty? I guess us...
 
2013-05-21 03:51:10 AM  

Shadow Blasko: [www.spc.noaa.gov image 815x555]
So... Who's sleeping in tomorrow? No one!


that's yesterdays.

here's todays.
i131.photobucket.com
 
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