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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Gala Clad View Post
    From my recent experience of a recent earth quake followed by two hurricanes which came close to Hawaii, you would feel different, if you were the one who was in harms way. There is nothing comical about it!
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....
    Most of us living in Florida have already experienced it several times.

    Now keep the political comments and insults out of your posts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....
    Been thru my share in the past 35 years. No tears and no entitlements accepted in my house...
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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....
    We have been through em...that's why we say bring em on...no crying down here in the swamps of Florida...we fight alligators and wild boar...bring it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lookindown View Post
    We have been through em...that's why we say bring em on...no crying down here in the swamps of Florida...we fight alligators and wild boar...bring it on.
    Pythons too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lookindown View Post
    We have been through em...that's why we say bring em on...no crying down here in the swamps of Florida...we fight alligators and wild boar...bring it on.

    LOL...... (OK).....
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    :-) :-) :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL...... (OK).....
    OK.....(LOL)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....
    You don't know anything about Florida, so please just be quiet and stay in your nanny state.
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    Haha.. I think we can rise above the name calling but as far as what us Floridians do us real ones we don't need to prove anything to anybody in any other state we know who we are and we know what we've been through and we know how to deal with it

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    The Intertropical convergence zone looks more like September out there right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boatlode View Post
    You don't know anything about Florida, so please just be quiet and stay in your nanny state.
    Well I attended Madison Junior High school in Titusville, and graduated from Melbourne High School. I later joined the military out of Orlando.

    Dad, God bless his heart still lives in the ghettos of Palmbay, but it's nice there.

    I have accomplished and contributed far more in my lifetime then the fast majority of Floridians whose ancestors arrived here on the Mayflower, and my parents were what you would call i"llegal aliens."
    I live in my nanny state because I've earned it and I can easily afford it.

    It took less than one generation to figuretively put the childrens offspring of my parents early employers onto my payroll for minimum wage, and now it's all direct deposit.
    Last edited by el padron; Oct 13, 2014 at 08:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    Well I attended Madison Junior High school in Titusville, and graduated from Melbourne High School. I later joined the military out of Orlando.

    Dad, God bless his heart still lives in the ghettos of Palmbay, but it's nice there.

    I have accomplished and contributed far more in my lifetime then the fast majority of Floridians whose ancestors arrived here on the Mayflower, and my parents were what you would call i"llegal aliens."
    I live in my nanny state because I've earned it and I can easily afford it.
    I don't care if you arrived with Ponce de Leon in 1513 looking for Fountain of Youth, your post was made strictly to insult members.

    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    LOL, all the "bring it on" guys and weather men who were hoping for a big storm are the same ones that would cry like babies and beg for government assistance should they ever actually be personally caught in the aftermath of one....

    Stop the insults and political commentary or you will not be able to post at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by el padron View Post
    Well I attended Madison Junior High school in Titusville, and graduated from Melbourne High School. I later joined the military out of Orlando.

    Dad, God bless his heart still lives in the ghettos of Palmbay, but it's nice there.

    I have accomplished and contributed far more in my lifetime then the fast majority of Floridians whose ancestors arrived here on the Mayflower, and my parents were what you would call i"llegal aliens."
    I live in my nanny state because I've earned it and I can easily afford it.

    It took less than one generation to put the children of my parents early employers onto my payroll for minimum wage, and now it's all direct deposit.
    Oh ok. Since you used to live here, go right ahead and badmouth us Floridians.

    Tell you what. You stay there in Californicate, and I'll stay here in Florida.
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