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The Foy in the Plastic Bubble Sep 4
I get people rushing out to stock up on bottle water and non-perishable food items when a hurricane is imminent, BUT MAYONNAISE?!?! Who sees a minimal hurricane coming and freaks out they might run low on mayo?
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Donald J. Trump Sep 4
will hit Misissipi!? Exciting! I asked if the army could move it out of the way. They said no. Probably because of wacky Obama’s budget cuts. So now I’ll ORDER the National Whether Service to make change directions to hit Alabama. Don’t worry! I Got this!
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Lauren BBJ Mitchell Sep 4
Yall pray for me, bout to hit up walmart to pick up supplies to make milk sandwiches
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Yall Politics Sep 3
Now a hurricane warning for the .
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Emi Sep 5
Tis the time of year again-we were drenched on Labor Day from the outer effects of
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Tom🦃 Sep 9
Well this is going to be my view for about the next 30 to 40 hours thanks to the remains of . Already had about 3 inches of rain with a few more inches to come. Started flooding around 1pm.
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Dr. Kwame Agyemang, PhD🇬🇭 Sep 3
Wondering if I will have class tomorrow. 👀
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Greysen Sep 5
Was more overhyped than Astroworld.
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Tyler Sep 4
Why do people buy bread, milk, and eggs before a potential extended power outage? I'm headed to the peanut butter and candy bar aisle!
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Everyone Sep 4
Hurricane Warning flags flying at Orange Beach AL
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Cutting Edge Nurse Sep 4
So it’s a lil ritual that we Southerners have. Mow your lawn before the Hurricane hits. I have not seen so many beautifully manicured lawns all summer! P.S. Mine is getting done, too. (Tee hee)
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Brad Chappell Sep 6
Dominant performance by until interrupted. Great effort and execution in all phases. The brilliant broadcast by and made it even better👊👊👊
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James Karst Sep 5
Day 2 of sheltering in place from . The kids are arguing over the proper volume for flatulence. The deluge of sunshine continues unabated.
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Jeff Butera Sep 3
Fun Fact -- In 1994, a cancelled school in Orlando. But the storm dissipated drastically, and I spent the day playing football with my buddies under merely overcast skies.
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Nicole Audrey Spector Sep 4
I have a cold and a headache and I'm writing a story on hurricane safety where I feel like I'm just yelling at people to evacuate. I will make sure the final version is not so bossy, my dears.
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Orleans DA’s office Sep 3
Following the closure of Criminal District Court, the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office also will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Tricia Williams Sep 5
Perspective is hanging out with people that live outside that know nothing about , whether to love him or hate him, , whether to love them or hate them, or the fact that they may be flooded out of their camps over the next two days by ....
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Roger McGeezzz Sep 9
Ohio, where hurricanes come to die.... 🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀😈🌀🌀🌀🌀🌀
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Yolisha Jackson Sep 4
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Mobile Fire-Rescue Sep 4
Mobile Fire-Rescue is urging all citizens of the City of Mobile and Mobile County to remain safe and indoors as Gordon passes through our region.
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