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    I just talked to my mom in West Melbourne. Apparently the deluge they got caused the retention pond in their back yard to over flow, the sewers all filled up, all yards and the streets are covered in water, and the water came in through their slider and front door giving them about 2-3 inches of water throughout their entire house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    the sewers all filled up
    Turn off the fans and get the guns! The S may HTF any minute!
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    Brevard County may get... get this... 30 INCHES of rain. Not snow...

    http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g...9JQ1wD92M6GH02

    30 f-ing inches of RAIN...

    I don't kow about you, but....... day-um...

    Glad I'm here in Orlando, watching sprinkles... 85 mph winds suck, with roof damage, trees down, power out, but 30 inches??? No public sewer on earth can handle THAT....

    JW

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWard View Post
    Brevard County may get... get this... 30 INCHES of rain. Not snow...
    I think my mom said they were over 20" already. I'm glad they've got flood insurance.

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    It's raining cats and big dogs out there right now. Been like that for about 5 hours now and the wind must be 40 to 50 mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Barham View Post
    Turn off the fans and get the guns! The S may HTF any minute!
    That's funny stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWard View Post
    Okay... the "real" rain just started in Orlando... Swimming pool (non-screen enclosed) is about 2 inches from the top edge.

    Pool-watch 2008 has started...

    Any guesses on how long it will take before my pool rises 2" to over flowing?

    Current time-stamp: 4:44pm.

    My guess? 7:00pm (a little less than an inch an hour)

    JW
    Well... It just sprinkled most of the night on 8/19 (this post) It's now almost 9am, on 8/22... and STILL raining. The pool filled up yesterday morning. No leaks in the roof. No serious wind, maybe 30-40 last night for a while, but 3 days later, it's still coming down. Getting bored of this crap... LOL I want my sunshine back. Maybe by Sunday.

    Gunshow Saturday in Orlando! That'll give me something to do...

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    I live on the west coast about due west of Ocala in Homosassa Springs. We had some wind and about 4-6 inches of rain, but really no big deal. In 1992 I got my ass blown off in Hurricane Andrew, and lost everything I owned, not doin that again!! Luckily this is just a spring breeze. That is some incredible rain over on the east coast. Be safe guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I suppose every area has it's hazards. Here in Buffalo we get snowed in now and then, the midwest gets tornadoes occasionally, southeast has their hurricanes, and the west coast shakes it's buildings apart on a regular basis. Be as prepared as you can and stay safe down there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLB View Post
    I suppose every area has it's hazards.
    And in the southwest, we have the invasion of illegal immigrants from the south.
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    Yes, the gulf states have hurricanes and then there's those living in tornado alley. AZ and CA have this massive unending tsunami coming from Mexico.

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    When the media stands out in the storm they are more showcasing their incredible stupidity. One of these days we will get a live shot of a reporter getting a 2x4 through his head. Maybe they will realize you don't have to sensationalize something that can kill untold amounts of people or do catastrophic damage. I lost everything in Hurricane Andrew in 1992 when I lived in Homestead. There was no need for sensationalism. it was everywhere you looked. I personally have no use for the news media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWard View Post
    Lotsa ammo in case SHTF? Check.
    Gas for the grill so I can cook stuff I have to shoot? Check.
    Extra ice to keep beer cold? Check.
    Extra water in case Mom comes by? Check.
    Plenty of beer to keep the ice busy? Check.
    Vodka in case the beer gets warm? Check.
    Chlorine for the pool incase power goes out and pump won't run? Check.

    Okay, I'm ready...

    Jeff
    You forgot the genorator.

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    I am glad Bill is staying off shore.

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