Are these people serious?

Oct 2014
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Galaxy ZRF
#4
Three days ago Florida was expecting a direct hit from the hurricane.

What's its expected path today?
You’re delusional too. Hurricanes are unpredictable, but right now, Florida will be hit. No way it can avoid it.

Wouldn’t a nicer prayer be for the storm to go away?
As long as we’re dealing with bullshit may as well go all the way.
 
Jul 2019
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1,471
Atlanta
#7
Three days ago Florida was expecting a direct hit from the hurricane.

What's its expected path today?
But since they did this during Irma, can we at least check to see how that went?


Hurricane Irma delivered an $85 million hit to the city of Jacksonville, according to the city’s most recent cost estimates.

The biggest share of the total is about $40 million for hauling away all the debris left behind by the storm, followed by $16.6 million for dunes and berms, and $15.3 million for personnel and equipment costs for emergency response operations.​
 

Jets

Former Staff
Feb 2011
23,090
13,548
New York
#8
Nothing wrong with praying. It’s an exercise of their faith. It’s not supposed to be based on reason or logic.

With respect Knight, gonna disagree on this one.
 
Nov 2016
8,645
8,437
USA
#9
You’re delusional too. Hurricanes are unpredictable, but right now, Florida will be hit. No way it can avoid it.

Wouldn’t a nicer prayer be for the storm to go away?
As long as we’re dealing with bullshit may as well go all the way.
An even nicer prayer would have been for Dorian not to strengthen to a Cat 5 and not to make landfall - anywhere.
 
Apr 2012
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#10
You’re delusional too. Hurricanes are unpredictable, but right now, Florida will be hit. No way it can avoid it.

Wouldn’t a nicer prayer be for the storm to go away?
As long as we’re dealing with bullshit may as well go all the way.
Not a direct hit but the outer bands will hit. Much less damage