Hurricane Laura Is Going To Fuck Shit Up

If you are in the projected path of this, GET OUT.

“UNSURVIVEABLE STORM SURGE” isn’t something you hear every day and they are saying it will crest at 20 feet when it hits land and that will push 40 miles inland.

That’s not counting the high winds and the rain.

God bless and protect everyone anywhere near this storm.

14 thoughts on “Hurricane Laura Is Going To Fuck Shit Up

  1. Hurricane are not fun. I lived through five of them whilst living in LA… I still have a dented fender on my truck from Hurricane Katrina.

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  2. I’m about 80 miles west from the center. The winds are around 35, and the rain is light. We dodged the bullet with this one.

    It’s been fun watching the weather dweebs standing in the storm while reporting. The winds finally chased them inside.

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    • I never can see the need for reporters to stand in dangerous places to report on them like this. Are they that disposable? If so why do they think we respect them for being so idiotic?

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      • Oh I like the weather retards reporting in the storm. About 1 in a 1000 chance a stop sign will smack them in the face and it will be worth all of the stupid of standing out in a storm.

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  3. Where do the come up with 40 miles? Static comparison of Max surge height and land elevation? Nothing in nature works like that. Perhaps it the sea level were consistently that high for a few days, but for the brief confluence of high tide and surge, no.
    I’m not downplaying the severity of a hurricane, just the alarmist statements of the media.

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    • Yep, remember just a week a go the apocalypse was going to happen with Marco and Laura hitting at the same place and time. How’d that work out?
      I listen to the weather hype and divide by 2.

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  4. “40 miles inland” – shit, that takes out I-10, a main route of traffic east – west through Louisiana. That route is approximately 30 – 40 miles away from a coastline If that happens, a lot of traffic will have to be re-routed north of that – how far remains to be seen. Its a good thing this hurricane isn’t lingering like Harvey did to Houston. Flood water does the majority of the damage.

    Former co-workers living in Lafayette – i hope he got out in time.

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  5. By the grace of God, it made a sharp turn to the north, and spared us of any damage, or winds what so ever…. God bless those who were not so lucky. I wouldn’ wish it on anyone.
    I’ve had enough tragedy in the last week. The fucking VA, won’t even pay to return the body of my marine brother home!

    If y’all can, there is a go fund me page set up, for Terry Currier, or, go to my Facebook page, Taz Currier, and help his only child pay for his expenses…. Anything will help!!!

    Many thanks and blessings to all…..

    Stay vigilant, stay safe!!!

    God Bless!!!

    Taz…

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  6. After having experienced both Katrina and Rita I can say that hurricanes can be um…exciting.
    As it stands, with this one we’re getting some needed rain in my current location.

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  7. Weathermen just tryin’ to keep up with Doc Fouchi. My cousin down there says…”Gots a libbit o raan, libbit o win. Geaux Tigers.” Sorry, thats the best I can do in translating Cajun.

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  8. If god wanted the people protected, he wouldn’t put a hurricane on them. Clearly, god wants those people wet. Who are you to tell god to do anything different?

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