9.21.2005

Category 4

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now there is some eye candy for you guys.....RITA is the gals name. Lots of cleavage.

Anonymous said...

Shake the spiders out of your rubber boots and grab your favorite raincoat. Rita is bringing her show to a town near you.

Condoleesa said...

Not sure why there is such concern. The problems in New Orleans were caused by levees breaking. As far as I know Houston doesn't sit below sea level or have levees. Yeah the storm will be bad but nothing like New Orleans

Anonymous said...

Oh, YeaH? do you want to babysit my relatives from Houston for the next five days?

Anonymous said...

Condi:

Ever been through a thunderstorm with 70 mph winds? Double it and you will see what to worry about.

Plus a 25 foot wall of water, 12 inches of rain.

Now I know why people don't leave.

bigcatdaddy said...

At 3:30pm the Weather Channel confirmed 165mph winds....thats a Category 5 kids.

Anonymous said...

The world as we know it is coming to an end and we are all going to die. Soon we'll see all the Christians floating in the sky and all the heathens (liberal democrats) left to fight on earth.

Anonymous said...

Surely there must be one liberal democrat who is a Christian.

Anonymous said...

I know one.!

m&m said...

That's hilarious 4:35pm. How are they able to float in the air? Do you suppose they acquire angelic wings and are actually able to fly?

trappedinchico said...

Condoleesa, Houston is at sea level. Houston will flood, but the water will drain afterwards unlike New Orleans. When Alicia parked itself over Houston almost everything in the I-610 loop flooded.

nappel said...

Condoleesa,
Houston HAS floaded before, and some of us (ok, not me, but my mom did!)remembering hearing on the news about Galveston being completely leveled by on the huricanes ...
So, start worry! We all shoud, maybe in a comly fashion, but its a BIG deal!

Anonymous said...

I heard it is supposed to still be a catagory 1 by the time the hurricane gets up here!

Anonymous said...

The world as we know it is coming to an end...yes, we are going to be stuck at home or pay $4.00 plus for a gallon of gas! That is if we can find any.

And, the 6 million people who leave Houston have to move in with us!

Is anyone concerned about Global Warming yet? What if the scientist are right? How many hurricanes can we afford and how long can we stand our relatives from the coast living with us?

I think all those who don't believe in Global Warming should get the message "Don't mess with mother nature".

Anonymous said...

Update on the end of the world...gasoline prices going to $5.00 a gallon!!!!

Anyone planning a trip in their RV?

How many more weeks in this Hurricane season?

And we are still in the R's...

Anonymous said...

We all need to be worrying about Rita - cause she is really, really big. I was raised in Houston and I know exactly what a little thunderstorm can do in a short amount of time. I have talked with friends down there that are trying to get out of town - they have reversed traffice on freeways to get people out. They are expecting 50 foot wave to hit Galveston - the sea wall is 17 feet. We are going to see a beautiful, historical city under water - just as we saw in New Orleans. Get ready to have a little rain here - get ready to see big time "needs" in our coastal towns. Get started praying for all their safety "now". Just a few words from one of those crazy, liberal democrats that reside in Wise County.

Anonymous said...

anonymous 10:12 - good post - and we should pray for our President too. He looks really old and tired. Certainly this man has had a lot to deal with.