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(WFSB Connecticut)   EF1 tornado hits cemetery in CT, hundreds found dead   (wfsb.com) divider line 22
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2013-07-02 09:09:32 AM
Trees at the Springdale on Main Street were pulled up by their roots by high winds.

Holy crap, that's the dead center of town!
 
2013-07-02 09:19:30 AM
God sent that tornado because a couple gay corpses got married.
 
2013-07-02 09:21:56 AM
Video states there was a nearby trailer park... Now it's all starting to fit together.
 
2013-07-02 09:22:16 AM
 
2013-07-02 09:23:16 AM
Where will the survivors be buried?
 
2013-07-02 09:24:16 AM
Know why there's fences around cemeteries?


Because everyone is dying to get in!


/try the veal
 
2013-07-02 09:25:00 AM

BenJammin: Video states there was a nearby trailer park... Now it's all starting to fit together.


Both the '79 and yesterday's tornado het bubble buildings -New England Air Museum and the sports center respectively.  Just wondering if there isn't something more tempting than a trailer park
 
2013-07-02 09:25:37 AM
I was blown away when I heard about this. A tornado? In Connecticut? Things are spinning out of control!
 
2013-07-02 09:27:28 AM
Must be the deadliest tornado of the century.
 
2013-07-02 09:40:02 AM
They all died at different times, this will really confuse the investigators.
 
2013-07-02 09:49:15 AM
First I was like, "That's awful."
But then I was like, "Oh!  That's awful, subby!"

+1
 
2013-07-02 09:51:42 AM

Gleeman: Know why there's fences around cemeteries?


Because everyone is dying to get in!


/try the veal


He'll be here all week folks.

/Come for the comedy, stay for the borscht...
 
2013-07-02 09:52:30 AM
How could they all be dead. They all were in their underground shelters.
 
2013-07-02 10:05:47 AM
Years ago, I came up with a theory of why tornadoes so often seem to have a trailer park in its path. Imagine a hungry lion on the plains of Africa, looking for a meal and observing a herd of wildebeest. It will pick out the weakest one to attack and make a meal of, which in turn strengthens the overall being of those remaining as a whole. Nature works its magic much in the same way in regards to the human population. A tornado most times will seek out the weak, stupid and/or genetically disadvantaged to wreak havoc upon, and the most geographically convenient and heavily populated locations that fit these specifications is a trailer park. Mother Nature is merely governing by the same rules that apply in the wild and applying them to us.
 
2013-07-02 10:07:58 AM

traylor: Must be the deadliest tornado of the century Cemetary!!!



Get it? lol
 
2013-07-02 10:17:59 AM
*Cemetery

/farks when I don't spell a word correctly!!
 
2013-07-02 10:23:44 AM
Um, they weren't missing in the first place.
 
2013-07-02 11:58:51 AM
The new victims will just have to try to blend in.
 
2013-07-02 12:10:11 PM
CSB time!

When I was 17, my brother and I were caught outside of our parent's house when a EF-1 touched down. In a frenzied attempt to get inside the basement we ran ahead of the funnel (about 500 yards away) to the double door at the front of the half-underground basement... only to find our younger brother locking the door in our faces. To be fair he was as white as a ghost and obviously scared shiatless about the funnel behind us, but it was a bit of a shock to have him lock us outside like that. We turned around to try and run around the the house to the back door of the basement and had only made it twelve feet before the funnel hit. We were picked up and thrown through the double doors (breaking the deadbolt and frame) and the storm blitzed right on by and traveled up the valley. As it turned out we didn't have much damage to ourselves, mostly small cuts from broken glass and some bruises. The house only needed a new door and a couple new sheets of tin for the roof. The scariest part of the aftermath was finding a piece of metal roofing embedded in a peach tree... in line with where my brother and I had been running when we got picked up.

/csb done.
//Still haven't let little bro off the hook for locking us out ;)
 
2013-07-02 12:15:52 PM

Cheron: BenJammin: Video states there was a nearby trailer park... Now it's all starting to fit together.

Both the '79 and yesterday's tornado het bubble buildings -New England Air Museum and the sports center respectively.  Just wondering if there isn't something more tempting than a trailer park


FWIW, the Air Museum was never a "bubble" building, but it did destroy the main storage hangar. And the 21 aircraft inside :(

/the weather here has been... weird. And wet. Very very wet.
 
2013-07-02 12:23:43 PM

washington-babylon: CSB time!

When I was 17, my brother and I were caught outside of our parent's house when a EF-1 touched down. In a frenzied attempt to get inside the basement we ran ahead of the funnel (about 500 yards away) to the double door at the front of the half-underground basement... only to find our younger brother locking the door in our faces. To be fair he was as white as a ghost and obviously scared shiatless about the funnel behind us, but it was a bit of a shock to have him lock us outside like that. We turned around to try and run around the the house to the back door of the basement and had only made it twelve feet before the funnel hit. We were picked up and thrown through the double doors (breaking the deadbolt and frame) and the storm blitzed right on by and traveled up the valley. As it turned out we didn't have much damage to ourselves, mostly small cuts from broken glass and some bruises. The house only needed a new door and a couple new sheets of tin for the roof. The scariest part of the aftermath was finding a piece of metal roofing embedded in a peach tree... in line with where my brother and I had been running when we got picked up.

/csb done.
//Still haven't let little bro off the hook for locking us out ;)


Every year on the anniversary of that day I would kick him in the balls.
 
2013-07-02 04:43:50 PM
Subby +1 and I assume my new keyboard is in the mail
 
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