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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by gorknoids, Nov 12, 2009.
Just wanted to give a shout-out to all my water-logged homies. This is like a 3-day hurricane!
Note to self:
Next time the traffic report talks of standing water on I-64 I'll be sure to remember that it actually means OMFG WHO PUT THIS ****ING LAKE HERE?
This damn storm foiled me from picking up my CZ P07 today. Whole shopping center lost power at some point before I got there
just walked in the door from work..no t.v. yet.YO!YO!YO!
N.C. (rockwell) has been getting pounded ever sense tuesday...man when is this crap going to end?
the ground is so wet out here my flag pole with my (dont tread on me flag) is leaning
just give us a break mother nature...i just bought another yugo sks & im ready to shoot it...HOMIE!
Just pull the plug and take her down to 700 feet to ride it out!
Oh, wait, you're an airedale. Belay that last command!
Getting wet Gork??
I sold my townhome in Hampton, VA last year. Really happy about that, it was a rental and I'm sure it's got some issues at this point. I checked out a local news site and they had pics of severe flooding on a street less than a mile away from my old home.
I really do feel for those going through this, I've been there and done that and it sucks.
I wish you guys luck.
We've had some interesting flooding around here the past couple of days and lots of folks without power. Thankfully we weren't one of them! Good luck guys, keep your powder dry!
Yea my relatives are up to their shoulder holsters in water. You know you're experienced when your gun safe is raised 6ft from the ground!
Hey Gork, any relief yet??
Mount a fighting chair on your porch and fish the street!
Well, the power came back back on yesterday afternoon, and looks like it's here to stay. There's a 300' long barge loaded with chemicals beached south of the city, we lost a fishing pier, trees down everywhere, oceanfront and bayfront properties destroyed, and as soon as the rain quits I have to dewater Mrs. Noids' DeVille, but everyone's okay that I know. What a frigging mess!
We have a striper tournament next weekend, and it ought to be interesting with all the debris in the water.......... Unlike your Navy days, I prefer to have the boat always on top of the water!
The Wind Did Kick Up A Little........
and there were whitecaps on the bay.......
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6J5r-lfV4Bw&feature=related]YouTube - Virginia Beach, Virginia Noreaster Nov 12, 2009[/ame]