Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by Locobo » Wed, 15 Sep 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> Steve Urbanowicz wrote, in part:

> >Where has the "Good Luck Todd Long (or insert other names), We're Praying For
> >You" thread been?

> Well, since someone suggested it, here it is :)

> We're all hunkered down here in Jacksonville. Everything is bolted, taped,
> stowed, et cetera.  Hopefully, it'll stay 50-60 miles offshore as expected.  If
> it stays that far, we'll have 50+ mile an hour winds, supposedly.  If it comes
> in, say, 20 miles closer, the winds could be pushing 100. :(

> Good luck to Todd Long and all the other coastal residents of Florida, Georgia,
> and the Carolinas.  Here's hoping Floyd decides to suddenly veer to the east.

> And if you don't give a sh*t about us coastal residents, don't bother replying.
>  We (well, I) don't care about YOUR life, either.  (directed at the individual
> troll who could care less about us in "Hurricane Alley", even though some of us
> [cough] have no choice but to live where our parents do.)

> Again, good luck and god bless.

        Yes, good luck to all our Florida friends.  Let's all hope and pray
that the sun will shine soon.
 
 
 

Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by Matt Cm » Thu, 16 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Steve Urbanowicz wrote, in part:

Quote:
>Where has the "Good Luck Todd Long (or insert other names), We're Praying For
>You" thread been?

Well, since someone suggested it, here it is :)

We're all hunkered down here in Jacksonville. Everything is bolted, taped,
stowed, et cetera.  Hopefully, it'll stay 50-60 miles offshore as expected.  If
it stays that far, we'll have 50+ mile an hour winds, supposedly.  If it comes
in, say, 20 miles closer, the winds could be pushing 100. :(  

Good luck to Todd Long and all the other coastal residents of Florida, Georgia,
and the Carolinas.  Here's hoping Floyd decides to suddenly veer to the east.

And if you don't give a sh*t about us coastal residents, don't bother replying.
 We (well, I) don't care about YOUR life, either.  (directed at the individual
troll who could care less about us in "Hurricane Alley", even though some of us
[cough] have no choice but to live where our parents do.)

Again, good luck and god bless.

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Matt Cmar    
Jacksonville, Florida
(relocated from Pittsburgh, PA)
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Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by PaRki » Thu, 16 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Hope everything turns out fine for you and everyone else who lives in that
area of the country.  I just had a friend that moved to that area, from
earthquake country to hurricanes.  This just proves that no matter where
you go, mother nauture is out to get ya.

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Quote:
> Steve Urbanowicz wrote, in part:

> >Where has the "Good Luck Todd Long (or insert other names), We're
Praying For
> >You" thread been?

> Well, since someone suggested it, here it is :)

> We're all hunkered down here in Jacksonville. Everything is bolted,
taped,
> stowed, et cetera.  Hopefully, it'll stay 50-60 miles offshore as
expected.  If
> it stays that far, we'll have 50+ mile an hour winds, supposedly.  If it
comes
> in, say, 20 miles closer, the winds could be pushing 100. :(  

> Good luck to Todd Long and all the other coastal residents of Florida,
Georgia,
> and the Carolinas.  Here's hoping Floyd decides to suddenly veer to the
east.

> And if you don't give a sh*t about us coastal residents, don't bother
replying.
>  We (well, I) don't care about YOUR life, either.  (directed at the
individual
> troll who could care less about us in "Hurricane Alley", even though some
of us
> [cough] have no choice but to live where our parents do.)

> Again, good luck and god bless.

> - - - - - - - - -
> Matt Cmar    
> Jacksonville, Florida
> (relocated from Pittsburgh, PA)
> -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -
> Remove the .org to reply,  AOL is NOT non-profit.              


 
 
 

Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by Ed Mc Inern » Thu, 16 Sep 1999 04:00:00

Hey, we in NJ are thinking about you also. Stay as safe as you can,
unfortunately you have Greta now following. Don t do anything stupid either.
Good Luck and God Bless.

Ed
who is hoping 1999 is an aberration of a year and the future is much brighter.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel

 
 
 

Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by ILuvASt » Thu, 16 Sep 1999 04:00:00

I hope all of you guys get through this without much damage.  I can't imagine
how you guys can be feeling....truelly, good luck.

"Breathe, as always, melts into arms of never touched.
Believe me when I speak."
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
-------Vince Kadlubek, 17 years young.-----------------------------

 
 
 

Good Luck to fellow Florida, Georgia, Carolina coastal residents

Post by All Hail Doctor Do » Thu, 16 Sep 1999 04:00:00

<<Don t do anything stupid either>>

Like go to IoA in the wake of a major hurricane?

Vic, can i get a collective "WHOOPS" ? :o)

Hey, it was fun though. . . bet no one else on here has ridden coasters in
on-coming Hurricane conditions :o)

Hulk FLEW, but even in just light drizzle. . . OUCH!

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