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The Storm is Here

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Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sky looks different when you have someone you love up there.
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Re: The Storm is Here

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@Anonymous032819

 

 

The name of this thread is a key slogan from a dangerous wackadoo cult that's promoting violence right now. Just FYI.

 

When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.
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@Anonymous032819 wrote:

Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


It would be nice to know where you live.

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@Porcelain wrote:

@Anonymous032819

 

 

The name of this thread is a key slogan from a dangerous wackadoo cult that's promoting violence right now. Just FYI.

 


I am really confused.

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@MW in Iowa wrote:

@Anonymous032819 wrote:

Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


It would be nice to know where you live.


 

 

 

 

 

@MW in Iowa 

 

 

 

 

 

I live in northwestern California, along the coast,  where the redwood trees are, in Humboldt County, in the town of Fortuna.

 

 

The Sky looks different when you have someone you love up there.
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@Anonymous032819 wrote:

@MW in Iowa wrote:

@Anonymous032819 wrote:

Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


It would be nice to know where you live.


 

 

 

 

 

@MW in Iowa 

 

 

 

 

 

I live in northwestern California, along the coast,  where the redwood trees are, in Humboldt County, in the town of Fortuna.

 

Thanks sometimes it is nice to know where people are having bad weather and such.


 

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@MW in Iowa wrote:

@Porcelain wrote:

@Anonymous032819

 

 

The name of this thread is a key slogan from a dangerous wackadoo cult that's promoting violence right now. Just FYI.

 


I am really confused.


Well if we get weird cryptic (besides, I guess mine) apocalyptic responses to this genuinely innocent thread about the weather, y'all will know why.

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 Stay safe . Am sure you heard abt that Tornado from yesterday in another state.

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@Anonymous032819 wrote:

Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

@Anonymous032819   Where are you? I mean what State?  72 here in Florida

 

 

 

 


 

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@BalletBabe wrote:

@Anonymous032819 wrote:

Oh my goodness the winds are blowing!

 

 

We are having gusts upwards of 50+ mph!

 

 

 

Listening to the scanner, power lines are down all over the place.

 

 

Those hard working men and women of PG&E will be making bank today, getting all of those lines back up.

 

 

They should be getting a ton of overtime fixing the lines.

 

 

I should've become a lineman.

 

 

Currently, there are over 18,000 customers who have lost power.

 

 

Telephone lines are down too.

 

 

 

Also, a lot of debris is being blown in to the roadways.

 

 

Some trees are down too.

 

 

 

The dispatchers are being kept busy fielding all of these calls, and directing who to go where.

 

My power went off briefly, and may go out again.

 

 

The wind is supposed to last until 7pm tonight.

 

 

@Anonymous032819   Where are you? I mean what State?  72 here in Florida

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

@BalletBabe 

 

 

 

California.

 

 

I live in the state of California.

The Sky looks different when you have someone you love up there.