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Michael Beeker

10-29-2012 15:45:19

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Just a note to let those in the storm's path that (with God's help)and our prayers you will come through this unharmed and with minimal damage to your homes and farms. Here in Clyde,Ohio it's raining alot, wind about 20mph. Near 40mph by noon tomorrow, but I don't think we'll see anything more than rain here. Good luck everyone, you're in our thoughts and prayers. Mike

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10-30-2012 05:46:02

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Agri King, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
Here is a website that follows the winds in real time, makes for really cool graphics.

Click on the map to zoom, hold the cursor on a point to see wind speed at that location.

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10-30-2012 00:30:16

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Michael Beeker, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
Having been through to many of these here on the gulf coast, don't forget to get all of the small loose stuff outsiude tied down or put up in the house barn or garage. Childrens toys, swing set seats, lawn furniture, BBQ pits, etc. become missiles in 80-100 mph+ winds. We board up windows in our area to keep limbs, and nature's loose stuff from coming through. Glass will take straight line winds but is very brittle and breaks when solid objects (Pieces of shingles for example) hit them. Respect mother nature, be smart and you will be OK.


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10-29-2012 20:37:58

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Michael Beeker, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
you may be wrong on the weather. you might see some snow tonight.

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C. Amick

10-29-2012 18:22:27

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Michael Beeker, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
Thanks. We pray for safety from the storm. I know that GOD is in control, but I also know that I live in a nation that has forgotten him.

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John Saeli

10-30-2012 05:16:01

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to C. Amick, 10-29-2012 18:22:27  
A big AMEN to that!!

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Adirondack case guy

10-29-2012 16:48:46

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Michael Beeker, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
Sorry Michael. I'm not a God Fearing Man! Earth's Evolution, and how we treat it, will determine our future. We can control Mother Nature a small amount, but If I were you ,I would lay a solid foundation to producing your staples, become less relient on financial growth, and spiritual values, and hunker down to basics. You can pray all you want, but at this point in time , most people, go the grocery store to buy all their food. It's time you started studying/worshiping, the power of Mother Nature, so you can survive.
Loren The Acg.

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10-30-2012 12:36:58

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-29-2012 16:48:46  
ACG, I consider you a good friend and am not calling you out, BUT to assume that something as complex and orderly as this creation and all that is in it is simply a result of a lightning bolt striking a pool of slime and orderly life starting and "evolving" to what we see every day around us, the beauty of the heavens on a clear dark nite, the beauty and wonder of a newborn,and many other examples of an orderly universe just shouts of the existance of a creator.
Evolution is like taking a typewriter apart, throwing it in a dryer and turning it on and coming back a few hours later and having a assembled working typewriter. Even then if that happened you would have to ask where the pieces originated from.


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j hikemper

10-30-2012 17:43:01

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to mEl, 10-30-2012 12:36:58  
easy does it fellas,, acg has a rite to his opinion , and probably a reason to feel that way ...we have a rite to ours and if all are willing we can share our wisdom with one another patiently ,,

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Craig C

10-29-2012 17:16:59

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-29-2012 16:48:46  
I couldn't disagree with you more! The first couple chapters of Genesis explains just how this Earth and nature came to be.

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Bill Watts

10-29-2012 16:30:08

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 Re: Hurricane Sandy ! in reply to Michael Beeker, 10-29-2012 15:45:19  
Best of luck God be with you.

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