Re: More Troubling Planetary News!!! - OS2

This is a discussion on Re: More Troubling Planetary News!!! - OS2 ; nightsoil wrote: > nightsoil wrote > > Double-Anus wrote: > Kook Double-Anus > > "WINONA, MINN. -- Flooding of potentially historic proportions swept > > across the southeastern boot of Minnesota on Sunday, killing at least > > four people, ...

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    nightsoil wrote:
    > nightsoil wrote
    >
    > Double-Anus wrote:
    > Kook Double-Anus
    > > "WINONA, MINN. -- Flooding of potentially historic proportions swept
    > > across the southeastern boot of Minnesota on Sunday, killing at least
    > > four people, displacing hundreds and washing away roads, railroad
    > > tracks and homes."
    > >
    > > http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20350393/
    > >
    > >
    > > "The remnants of Tropical Storm Erin, killed six people in Oklahoma,
    > > eight in Texas and one in Missouri, where up to 11 inches of rain fell
    > > in a few hours Monday.
    > >
    > > Tuesday morning, heavy rain in Ohio caused flooding that closed a
    > > seven-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in the northwest part of the
    > > state, the Highway Patrol said."
    > >
    > > http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070821/...re_us/flooding
    > >
    > >
    > > "Miami, Aug. 21 (AP): Hurricane Dean was the third-most intense
    > > Atlantic hurricane to make landfall since record keeping began in the
    > > 1850s, based on its central atmospheric pressure, forecasters said."
    > >
    > > "Dean was a top-scale Category 5 storm at landfall Tuesday on Mexico's
    > > Yucatan Peninsula. Its maximum sustained winds were 165 mph (265 kph)
    > > and gusts reached 200 mph (322 kph). Just before landfall, a Global
    > > Positioning System device dropped from a hurricane hunter aircraft
    > > found it had a central pressure of 906 millibars, forecasters said."
    > >
    > > http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus...0708212121.htm
    > >
    > >
    > > Oh the humanity!
    > >
    > > Double-Anus
    > >

    >
    > nightsoil
    >
    > The first major storm of the season and it was a holy whopper,
    > a Cat 5 equaling total destruction, oh mercy! What's coming up next Cat
    > mega unbelievable? Lucky Jamaica and Cayman Islands that Dean was
    > diverted during the last hours, hmmmmm, maybe Darla and the Seans heard
    > the Captain on the Com thanks to Officer Greysky.
    >
    > thank heavens,
    > the FrOOtL00p


    Let's hope the next one washing you and the other saucerheads away,
    FrOOtL00p.


  2. Re: More Troubling Planetary News!!!

    On Aug 23, 9:19 pm, "Michael Baldwin, Bruce"
    wrote:
    > nightsoil wrote:
    > > nightsoil wrote

    >
    > > Double-Anus wrote:
    > > Kook Double-Anus
    > > > "WINONA, MINN. -- Flooding of potentially historic proportions swept
    > > > across the southeastern boot of Minnesota on Sunday, killing at least
    > > > four people, displacing hundreds and washing away roads, railroad
    > > > tracks and homes."

    >
    > > >http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20350393/

    >
    > > > "The remnants of Tropical Storm Erin, killed six people in Oklahoma,
    > > > eight in Texas and one in Missouri, where up to 11 inches of rain fell
    > > > in a few hours Monday.

    >
    > > > Tuesday morning, heavy rain in Ohio caused flooding that closed a
    > > > seven-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in the northwest part of the
    > > > state, the Highway Patrol said."

    >
    > > >http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070821/...re_us/flooding

    >
    > > > "Miami, Aug. 21 (AP): Hurricane Dean was the third-most intense
    > > > Atlantic hurricane to make landfall since record keeping began in the
    > > > 1850s, based on its central atmospheric pressure, forecasters said."

    >
    > > > "Dean was a top-scale Category 5 storm at landfall Tuesday on Mexico's
    > > > Yucatan Peninsula. Its maximum sustained winds were 165 mph (265 kph)
    > > > and gusts reached 200 mph (322 kph). Just before landfall, a Global
    > > > Positioning System device dropped from a hurricane hunter aircraft
    > > > found it had a central pressure of 906 millibars, forecasters said."

    >
    > > >http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus...0708212121.htm

    >
    > > > Oh the humanity!

    >
    > > > Double-Anus

    >
    > > nightsoil

    >
    > > The first major storm of the season and it was a holy whopper,
    > > a Cat 5 equaling total destruction, oh mercy! What's coming up next Cat
    > > mega unbelievable? Lucky Jamaica and Cayman Islands that Dean was
    > > diverted during the last hours, hmmmmm, maybe Darla and the Seans heard
    > > the Captain on the Com thanks to Officer Greysky.

    >
    > > thank heavens,
    > > the FrOOtL00p

    >
    > Let's hope the next one washing you and the other saucerheads away,
    > FrOOtL00p.



    Shut up, Bruce!



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