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Epcot
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Wow.. glad you are ok!

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Good to know you are okay. Hurricanes can be scary stuff. I lost everything in Hurricane Katrina. No power for one day will be a breeze! Try several weeks!!


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As someone from New Orleans ill give you a couple pointers. 1. Power will take longer than they estimate to come back on. Be patient and find a good spot that has power, if possible, to enjoy down time. 2. Enjoy the down time. Socialize with neighbors, play board games, drink, etc. 3. Be safe, when its curfew get your ass home and don't mess around with generators unless u know what your doing. 4. Lastly, enjoy the little things and help out thy neighbor. Some positives can come out of this if you are open to it.


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Duncanrr wrote:
As someone from New Orleans ill give you a couple pointers. 1. Power will take longer than they estimate to come back on. Be patient and find a good spot that has power, if possible, to enjoy down time. 2. Enjoy the down time. Socialize with neighbors, play board games, drink, etc. 3. Be safe, when its curfew get your ass home and don't mess around with generators unless u know what your doing. 4. Lastly, enjoy the little things and help out thy neighbor. Some positives can come out of this if you are open to it.

So true, I used to live in Biloxi, Mississippi and as terrible as the ordeal was I have never seen so many good people come together to help one another out. That part was amazing.


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Duncanrr wrote:
As someone from New Orleans ill give you a couple pointers. 1. Power will take longer than they estimate to come back on. Be patient and find a good spot that has power, if possible, to enjoy down time. 2. Enjoy the down time. Socialize with neighbors, play board games, drink, etc. 3. Be safe, when its curfew get your ass home and don't mess around with generators unless u know what your doing. 4. Lastly, enjoy the little things and help out thy neighbor. Some positives can come out of this if you are open to it.

lol oh man hurricane Charle and Francis in Florida was the best for me. People were without power for 2-3 weeks, I had no power for about 12 hours. Friends all came to my apartment to cook breakfast as a group and eat dinner together it was like a huge camp out at my place lol hot girls would come over to take showers, I'd kick everyone elseout, HEY I where's the TOWEL? right beside me.... can you bring it to me?   no.... :smileyhappy:


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distantarray wrote:

Duncanrr wrote:
As someone from New Orleans ill give you a couple pointers. 1. Power will take longer than they estimate to come back on. Be patient and find a good spot that has power, if possible, to enjoy down time. 2. Enjoy the down time. Socialize with neighbors, play board games, drink, etc. 3. Be safe, when its curfew get your ass home and don't mess around with generators unless u know what your doing. 4. Lastly, enjoy the little things and help out thy neighbor. Some positives can come out of this if you are open to it.

lol oh man hurricane Charle and Francis in Florida was the best for me. People were without power for 2-3 weeks, I had no power for about 12 hours. Friends all came to my apartment to cook breakfast as a group and eat dinner together it was like a huge camp out at my place lol hot girls would come over to take showers, I'd kick everyone elseout, HEY I where's the TOWEL? right beside me.... can you bring it to me?   no.... :smileyhappy:


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distantarray wrote:



lol oh man hurricane Charle and Francis in Florida was the best for me. People were without power for 2-3 weeks, I had no power for about 12 hours. Friends all came to my apartment to cook breakfast as a group and eat dinner together it was like a huge camp out at my place lol hot girls would come over to take showers, I'd kick everyone elseout, HEY I where's the TOWEL? right beside me.... can you bring it to me?   no.... :smileyhappy:


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Hey all no power still. I read malls are open might try to get there so i dont go to crazy

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Take care Afbar and be careful.  Hopefully they'll get the power back up and going before too long.


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Go watch a movie if malls are still open.  Great way to pass the time.

 

P.S. Argo is really good.



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