Marshall Ramsey by Marshall Ramsey

Marshall Ramsey

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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    Sunday’s tornado in Little Rock came very close to a dear friend’s house, luckily, it missed. Having seen a number of these events, I don’t care to live in “Tornado Alley” (Branson also got hit a little while ago, just days after we’d been there.), “suffering” snow in winter, or even an occasional earthquake, is a lot easier to accept.

  2. zippy06

    zippy06 said, 12 months ago

    Yep. Earthquakes in the Mid-west happen everyday. They are just so deep we mostly don’t feel them.
    But, I think i have felt a few. At least once a week.
    I lived in San Diego for 18 yrs. I miss the desert. Rain with no thunderstorms. Just at El Nino.

  3. Gypsy8

    Gypsy8 said, 12 months ago

    For me, in one of the all-time episodes of bad timing, on May 24, 2011 I drove the Gypsy Wagon from Amarillo, TX to Oklahoma City. Near El Reno west of Oklahoma City on I40 at about 3:00pm I drove into one of the worst tornado outbreaks on record in an area noted for serious tornadoes. Vortexes all around, some in the E3 category. I got lucky and was able to get to shelter in a campground. But so far as I could reconstruct the next day, I missed being obliterated by minutes. Viewing the damage the next day, the carnage was astonishing. Six people killed, two on !40 where I had just passed. No more Tornado Alley for me in the spring.

  4. MortyForTyrant

    MortyForTyrant said, 12 months ago

    Novel way of looking at it but it makes sense to family people.

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