“A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying, ‘You are mad; you are not like us.'” ― St. Anthony the Great
Birds don't feel wind, any more than airplanes do.
"You're all going to die, seagulls!"--Shepard Smith
When I heard about birds in the eye I thought it was angry Haitians flipping off the storm.
We are getting a lot of rain here, and I have friends who just had the eye wall pass over their house. They have lost phone service. Lordy what a big ol' storm. Kind of like Galveston back in 1900. No different, in fact, if you listen to the morons on tv. Which I don't.One thing I have always noticed with tropical storms is the air - or maybe it is a combination of the air and the water - it is distinctly different than storms that come down from Canada, eh, or from out west. Different smell, different feel. Tomorrow the sun will be shining and I will have to mow the lawn again. Thanks for nothing, hurricane.
Wind is picking up, neighbors are losing their power, so we are not out of the woods, yet.
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