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02-05-10, 09:06 AM #1
Outlook for the Atlantic, Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico…
Hurricane Whodat is predicted to make landfall on the South Florida coast in the vicinity of Miami on 7 Feb 2010 at approximately 2200Z (5:00 PM EST). This extremely powerful hurricane is expected to produce damaging Shockey waves and Category 5 Brees. Reports from shipping vesselsindicate that this unstoppable storm has blown a huge flock of Cardinals all the way to Arizona, and that it has sunk a replica Viking longboat, the Brettigfǻvren. Livestock, in particular young horses, will be in severe danger of being decimated. Predictive damage estimates are unavailable at this time, but they are expected to be significant.
All interests in and near the Miami area are advised to prepare for a storm surge of catastrophic proportions as Hurricane Whodat begins to arrive in approximately 3 days.
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02-05-10, 10:04 AM #2
02-05-10, 01:48 PM #3
People who name hurricanes really need to consult with the NFL about trademark violations....
02-05-10, 09:18 PM #4
The Ain'ts are gonna CHOKE. Remember, you heard it here first.Are you a 3%er? If you aren't, you should be.
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