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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-21-2013, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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I think a prayer is in order for all those who perished in the really bad weather this last few days. Every loss is bad but especially when a school takes a direct hit from a f5. I just can't imagine parents coping with a loss of their child. The news casts were very hard to watch last night.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-23-2013, 08:51 PM
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Wow how did I miss this post?!?!?!?!!? HM your right all the way!!!!!
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wow there must have been a glitch when you posted this because I didn't see it either...
But I also agree the people of Oklahoma do need our prayers to lose a loved one in such a tragic way is just unimaginable.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with all those affected...

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Agree 100% Thoughts & prayers to Oklahoma
HM I missed it to not really a post to make light of but are you practicing for the 7 days of Chtristmas Ghost posting?

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well it looked like it posted ok and I pay for high speed internet so it must be you guys with your slow speed service
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I was always told to do it slow and get it done right, speed kills !!

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HM Must have sent it so fast it went by had to make a U-Turn & come back

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probably hit the east coast and rebounded. or you guys didn't feed the squirrels before starting up your computers.
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I think a prayer is in order for all those who perished in the really bad weather this last few days. Every loss is bad but especially when a school takes a direct hit from a f5. I just can't imagine parents coping with a loss of their child. The news casts were very hard to watch last night.
Yes we do and I have a daughter and her family that live right there, the time seemed to stand still until I heard from her letting us know everything was well. I was lucky that none of my family was hurt but that still doesn't keep me for weeping for the families that weren't so lucky
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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-10-2013, 09:58 PM
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The tornadoes in Moore and Enid were terrible.

We Okies do have some tornadoes. This one touched down in our back yard on Memorial Day 1999. The west fence fell toward the east. The east fence went in two directions. It was a small tornado but it did $38,000 damage to our house.



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