On December 21 2012 we'll see something much like this for the last time.
Hey 10:44 you know so much why dont you post your name. That way on 12/21/12 we can laugh at you. lol,lol,lol
Only a haboob would go out in that.
Wow, that just may cause Wordy to move to Decatur. :-)I can only imagine how hard that was on folks with serious breathing problems. Really awful!
Scared...you ought to be.
its amazing that the itelectuals will believe a bunch of myans but discount the bibles historical truths.
Pffft. Just another day on the LLano Estacado. (However, it did make me look up the word haboob, which I saw for the first time yesterday, in Wikipedia. The top photo for the entry was taken right down the road.)
I've seen that a lot out in the big Hub city, when it happens just right, it rains mud.
The source article states "...we've been treated to the rare site of a dust storm hovering over Lubbock and the Texas Tech campus." RARE? You kidding me? I grew up south of Lubbock. Believe me, this is not rare!
That's the real difference between Red Raiders, Aggies, and Longhorns. We've got grit! :)
Is that Marijuana smoke?
And why do you look at the speck in your brother's eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye?
At least its not sand niggers
Ah, this reminds me of the good old days in Lubbock. When I was a senior at Tech, we lived in an old house built in the 1920's near campus with wood-frame windows. They did not do much to stop the dust, but being college kids we just left the grit in the windowsills. I also remember the constant tornado sign in the lower corner of the tv screen, we grew numb to that. Good Times.
And the wind sweeping down off the plain........My Other Brother Darryl
Yeah, you've got to be a REAL man to live out here!That having been said, I wish I was closer to a Braums...gern blansten
Thanks for sharing my video! I bookmarked you guys :)-QuickBeeAre
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