folks this climate change is going to get scary.
2seaoat wrote:my wife is saying NO.....NO......No, but I want to build a portable stairs with handrails which will allow me to walk up into the seat, and then get out. I just do not have any muscle left to move my skeleton, but hell.....I am crazy and I now have a new goal.
RealLindaL wrote:Between fire, flood, water level rise, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, et al -- no one is entirely safe. Yet people have always loved to disparage others for their choice of residence:
You shouldn't live in the low country!
You shouldn't live near that river!
You shouldn't live on that island!
You shouldn't live in that sinkhole-prone area!
You shouldn't live in the Tornado Belt!
You shouldn't live near that fault line!
You shouldn't live in that forested area!
You shouldn't live on that tsunami-prone coast!
People should just shut the hell up about others' choices and accept that the world needs serious climate change regulation, and this country needs National Disaster Insurance, since someone else's misfortune this year could be yours in the next.
Floridatexan wrote:At least 23 killed in Alabama yesterday by a tornado, at Beauregard, near your old home town.
2seaoat wrote: Everything ends and that is why everything continues.
Joanimaroni wrote:Stay off the Bob Cat.... pulling for Mrs. Sea to win this argument.
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