Trapped in my Neighborhood

ShooterMcGavin

Go back to your shanties.
May 25, 2005
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The main streets that are connected to my neighborhood are closed due to flooding. It was raining all day yesterday and it's raining harder than ever at the moment.

I hate Oklahoma weather. It was fucking bright and shiny, not a cloud in the sky, and all of a sudden...floods.
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
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cool, time to eat the neighbors
 

Smokezilla

U. S. Backstroke Roulette Champion
Jul 30, 2005
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#4
Guess it's too late to start working-on that Ark that God wanted you to build, huh?
 

ShooterMcGavin

Go back to your shanties.
May 25, 2005
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Guess it's too late to start working-on that Ark that God wanted you to build, huh?
Actually a couple of ewes got in my car and I said, "SHEEEEEP!"

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA


ugh.
 

MrAbovePar

En Taro Anthony
Mar 14, 2005
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After Katrina my highway got cut off behind a couple hundred feet of trees. It took a whole day to clear it out. Sucks, I know.
 
Jul 13, 2006
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The main streets that are connected to my neighborhood are closed due to flooding. It was raining all day yesterday and it's raining harder than ever at the moment.

I hate Oklahoma weather. It was fucking bright and shiny, not a cloud in the sky, and all of a sudden...floods.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA You suck! Hmmmm we will be getting those storms coming over the border in a little bit :( But im sure most of it will be worn out from dumping it's payload on OK first.

The hills in this area also help to disrupt a lot of the storms and break them up.
 

MAV

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Nov 23, 2005
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i was looking at the river levels there, youre not kidding about coming fast. some rivers rose 15 feet in a little under 5 hours.


supposed to get dumped on here soon too. 2-4 inches.

good luck sam_adams :action-sm
 
Jul 13, 2006
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i was looking at the river levels there, youre not kidding about coming fast. some rivers rose 15 feet in a little under 5 hours.


supposed to get dumped on here soon too. 2-4 inches.

good luck sam_adams :action-sm
Nice knowing ya Mav :action-sm I have a Kayaaaaaaaaaaaaak that I can go through walls with.
 

BCH

Doesn't need your acknowledgement on Twitter
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Jun 9, 2005
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I thought of you OK guys this morning when I saw the weather map. Good luck bros.
 

MAV

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Nov 23, 2005
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#14
think its gonna stay south of me. but damn it looks like the gates of hell out my front door
 

Fuck Crosby

Bills. Beers. Broads.
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I'm sure a twister will come through any minute and clear away some of that water
 
Jul 13, 2006
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Be sure to securely store your Heinekins!
Don't want any naggers floating them down the street in a box now do we?

It's coming right over to my area due East of Tulsa, OK. So, Chino and I will get a tad bit of rain up here in the corner of AR.

I'm sure our air signal will crap out at the fucking TV station tonight when we are to go on air. I hope it does so I can get paid to do NOTHING :D
 

Beeman99

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After Katrina my highway got cut off behind a couple hundred feet of trees. It took a whole day to clear it out. Sucks, I know.
wow, that's bad. Not as bad as the thousands of ******* that died, but still bad.
 

generoso

Blueberry Coffee diva.
Aug 5, 2004
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Hence why I like Long Island...No fucking flooding for weeks, 12 foot snow storms, tornados that take out towns, earthquakes, 120 degree heat...just high taxes...And maybe a hurricane every 20 or so years....And don't try to move here you can't afford it...
 
Dec 18, 2004
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Okla fuckin homa, what did you expect. Get out of there while you still can.
 

jackjack

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May 12, 2007
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Thousands didn't die. It was like around 1,000 give or take a few
Yeah, they got ripped off..
The notion of thousands started when the first reporter innocently enough called the place a 'cereal bowl' without the half-second of forethought of what the ensuing joke would be. After that, everyone had visions of them bobbing around bumping into each other all across the city.