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Daily thunderstorms

Brad White_185Brad White_185 Posts: 265Member
Munchkin attorney would appear and serve summons to Dorothy to appear in a deposition for the W.W. of the East v. D. Gayle lawsuit.

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  • John R. HallJohn R. Hall Posts: 2,246Member
    Common occurence this year

    It seems that every day brings thunderstorms around southeast Michigan and surrounding areas. I'm not complaining too much since I haven't lost power but a lot of folks have and you know what that means -- a lot of generators running in unvented spaces.

    Anybody else (besides the soggy Midwest) experiencing similar weather conditions?
  • GlenGlen Posts: 855Member
    while I suspect this has been photo shopped -

    My buddy keeps sending me great photos of storms etc from where ever he happens to be working. This one - Taken Thursday night, April 3, 2008. Lariat # 2 - Sandridge Energy South of Ft Stockton , TX. Not what you would want to see in the middle of the night.
    I truly hope that one else uses their generator inside, trying to keep home and hearth safe.
  • hot_rodhot_rod Posts: 11,750Member
    non stop in SW Missouri

    it seems. My gravel driveway keeps washing downstream :)
    Nice NAOHSM coverage, by the way, John.

    hr
    Bob "hot rod" Rohr
    trainer for Caleffi NA
    The magic is in hydronics, and hydronics is in me
  • Brad White_185Brad White_185 Posts: 265Member
    Photoshopped??

    That photo had Botox, implants, a tummy tuck and collagen injections.

    The house from the 'Wizard of Oz' in the vortex gave that one away.
  • Brad White_185Brad White_185 Posts: 265Member
    Yeah, but

    I bet you went back to look for the house, didn't you? :)
  • Off to see the Wizzard

    If they re-did that movie now, as soon as Dorothy’s house hit the ground, a dozen crack heads would be on the place to strip the copper and aluminum out of it.
  • Mike T., Swampeast MOMike T., Swampeast MO Posts: 6,928Member


    Thankfully, our rain let up after the 13" single storm in April. Fairly regular and enough to keep the farmers (whose fields aren't under water), lawns and gardens fairly happy with little watering needed.
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