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#31030 - 09/12/08 04:45 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Sealtiel]  
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a lot of hot air in that region... pun included.

Glad you dudes are alright.

#31031 - 09/12/08 10:25 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Sealtiel]  
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#31032 - 09/12/08 11:53 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Bardaji]  
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#31033 - 09/13/08 07:15 AM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Kaotic]  
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well I hope that everyone comes back safe and no damage to your homes, one of the news channels reported that one city that could have allot of damge and bad flooding was Port Arthur

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#31034 - 09/14/08 04:16 AM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: whoflungpoo]  
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We don't have first-hand information yet, but it seems that flooding was nowhere near as extensive as expected in any of the cities' we live in. That doesn't mean nobody's house was damaged/obliterated; but we just don't really know as of yet. Some cities very close to ours have been thoroughly and completely flooded, but none of ours as far as we know.

Also, it hasn't been said when we'll be allowed back to check on our residences. I'm personally expecting it to be around a week, maybe a week & a half before we can even go back to check on stuff. It will likely be longer before we can safely go back, pending we still have homes in the first place.

All that said, serious thanks to everyone for the kind words and well wishes. It means more than anything else at this time. So once again, thanks everyone!

#31035 - 09/14/08 01:00 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Sealtiel]  
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Well my dad has made it back to our town but thats becuse he works for the electric company (Entergy) in our area. He has made it to my house and my moms and our homes are good. I have a large branch in my driveway and lost a few roof shingles, but no physical damnage. So im still here in Louisana, and my family is driving me insane. I might head to Mobile, Alabama since my sister and my wife's cousin is there.

#31036 - 09/14/08 01:48 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Awastatyme]  
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Wow I am thankful that all of you guys are doing ok. I hope the rest check out to show no damage to their homes. Its really a bad year for storms. When we were traveling back from Arkansas we got hit by Gustav on the highway, nothing compared to what you guys have gone through but it was still very scary to drive through all of the heavy rains and flooded areas of interstate.


#31037 - 09/14/08 05:46 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Elph]  
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Whats up everyone, just checking in. So far from what i heard our house has a window blow out but nothing else much. I have only talked to someone who has seen the outside of the house.
But i still believe conditions in the city are bad, so i don't know how long i will be displaced.

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#31038 - 09/14/08 06:38 PM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: Bloodstar]  
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I hope all your stuff is safe. I live on a hill, but always thought what I would run out with if I had to evacuate. Lots of people would bring pets and stuff. I would grab KGB W3 and my PC and run.


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#31039 - 09/15/08 01:56 AM Re: News from the boys in TX [Re: JetStar]  
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LoL, you know Jet, i did bring my Computer, Cloths, and Blankets/pillow, and that is it.

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