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Old 09-15-2018, 06:24 PM
Android Kaeli Android Kaeli is offline
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Last weekend when I went to work at the Warehouse, people were steadily getting water that the management team had put up signs stating that due to the hurricane coming, only two things of water per membership card. I managed to snag a couple. This was last Saturday, the next day -- Sunday -- we were completely out of water. Except, of course, the "high end" water. I went to a few other places last Monday, shelves were starting to get bare -- some people were thinking ahead.

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Wait, are all these people STAYING in their homes? I thought with an evacuation order, people got the hell out, and I've been told that if you evacuate you don't usually buy supplies because you're going somewhere where supply is not a problem.

Just wondering...
There are people on FB complaining about being "forced to evacuate because of a summertime thunderstorm".
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Old 09-16-2018, 01:04 AM
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I watching the news report of the number of people being rescued being so high because so many of they thought they could ride out the storm and next find out that they can't.

See: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tropica...ay-2018-09-15/
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