Oh it compels me, does it?
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Oh it compels me, does it?
I laughed for several minutes AFTER the Cera/coke scene early in the movie.
Saw it last night. Laughed as hard as I have laughed at a movie. Can't wait to see it again.
Storms are staying more discrete, which has bumped down the derecho risk some. SPC has dropped the high risk. Still going to have a nasty line of storms, but it won't be as widespread it appears.
Derecho is longer lived with stronger winds. A bow echo is a smaller version of it.
If they don't have some sort of weather delay tomorrow, I'll be surprised.
Kuchar's red hot. Phil could have a good week. Course sets up well for McDowell and Donald with soft conditions and emphasis on iron play.
I don't see Tiger winning.
Generally a bad thing. Bigger tornado risk.
There's a mix of both supercells and other storm modes. Eventually, they'll all be one big MCS.
You don't have to be rich to do nothing man. Look at my cousin: he's broke, don't do ****.
Don't be poor
That's his public page. The other is his personal page.
Oh it is. It says we have 15 mutual friends, which terrifies me.
They've cancelled the White Sox/Blue Jays game in advance already tonight. Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Chicago tonight too. No word, though I'd imagine they have a pretty robust power system...
MS is just digging the hole deeper.
Getting ready to upgrade the Illinois/Indiana portion of that risk to High, including the Chicago metro area. Major derecho possible; stronger it is up in IL/IN, the longer it'll linger into he...
Not entirely. A small impulse is expected to come underneath the ridge over the weekend/Monday and give at least scattered thunderstorm chances.
MCS in the morning for Baltimore, though it should be decaying. Most certainly will cause delays. They have a tornado risk tomorrow afternoon. SPC has them in a Moderate risk for Thursday. Tell her...
Anyone traveling to Chicago, Cleveland, Washington DC/Baltimore over the next two days should expect delays and possible power outages starting this afternoon. Derecho expected; widespread damaging...
The Exide bankruptcy announced yesterday cost several of my high school friends jobs back home in Virginia/Tennessee.
I remember Exide sponsoring the late Alan Kulwicki's in NASCAR back in the...
Yea, and that's not terribly surprising. I think Amazon is running a deal now that cuts the price down to $3/month for the first 15 months.
I've read that the RAM on the PS4 allows you to power down the console mid-game and come back with instant-on; it's that fast.
And now I see "This is the End" opens tomorrow. And that may be better to go to than Star Trek. It actually has positive critic reviews, which shocks me. It ought to be hilarious.
It wasn't bad, but not great. Carey Mulligan was red hot in it.
Tobey McGuire got on my nerves a lot. DiCaprio did too a bit, but he wasn't bad. He can't possibly do any better than he did in...
To be fair, the PS4 won't be backwards compatible to PS3. Other than that and the required fee to use PSN, Sony did no wrong yesterday.
And if you haven't used a foot wedge on a course and said "Ah yes, winter rules", you haven't lived.
The man's a menace!
The Great Gatsby over the weekend (date night for the wife). My turn this week. Thinking Star Trek. Saving Man of Steel for a less crowded time.
I don't see how Microsoft expects to compete given Sony's position and the incredibly negative reaction they are getting. They almost have to change course to save the Xbox One, and they'd have to...
That ridge looks to stay in place through the middle of next week, though it looks to relax some by next weekend. And some of the longer range models are breaking it down entirely by the end of the...
Apple knows how to market older ideas, and when they do bring them to market, they usually work pretty well. iOS 7 looks slick as hell.
Sony took Microsoft to the cleaners yesterday. Lower entry point price, no restrictions on sharing or online check in, and a marketing campaign designed to kill the Xbox One.
This video make me...
Wow, I immediately regret this decision!
Never thought I'd be on a boat....that big blue watery road....POSEIDON LOOK AT ME!!!!!
There's a high likelihood that these folks were NOT directly hit by the tornado, but by winds around the edge of the tornado and as part of the storm circulation. That truck looks in far too good a...
That's the kind of forward refreshing thinking I wish I had in my Christian church when I was younger. It is refreshing to see and hear this more and more.
I'll give you an example of what I had...
What if I told you I believe it's possible (and I'm hopeful) there's a divine being, a "god". But I have no idea how I was created and I'm not sure it matters.
I was raised in a holy-roller style...
I don't disagree with you. I think everyone that can afford an underground shelter ought to have one in Central Oklahoma. Flatsafe is a good one.
But since it's impractical for everyone to invest...
If they are using Gl****, and share it during the free-fall, that'd be bad ****.
Totally agree. Look at the number of people who survived the Moore tornado on 5/20 and the Moore tornado on 5/3 who took traditional shelter (get as low as you can, as many walls between you and the...
To me, this is worse. No f***ing way.
Tornado in South Florida (Broward, Palm Beach County Line) this morning with landfalling Tropical Storm Andrea. Pretty sweet by South Florida standards.
El Reno EF-5
6:03 PM CDT to 6:43 PM CDT
16.2 mi length
2.6 miles wide
Lightning Creek Park EF-1
6:25 PM CDT to 6:35 PM CDT
0.4 miles length
I was mainly referring to an end to massive earth eating tornadoes last week.
Tomorrow. Ridging is about to finally take over. Severe weather threat is about to shift northward, as it does each season.
At 0:05, you can see how many thought the tornado was going to go E or NE. They would never have congregated there if they thought it would hook hard hard right. And the Samaras hit occurred on Radio...
You can hear it, get a sense of the incredible size, and be in awe of how something so terrifying can be beautiful. It's videos like this that draw me back in.
And tablets and laptops. Tons of weather radar apps now have built-in GPS with transmit capability.
Morgan may have a tough time admitting it publically, but from someone that knew him pretty well, I can promise you his admission of tears is 100% genuine. He is tore up about this.
Once this MCS going through clears this morning, in the clear.