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Posted 02 March 2012 - 16:33
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Posted 02 March 2012 - 19:24
Hoping for a transfer to an office *not* in Tornado Alley.
Posted 02 March 2012 - 19:55
Guess who's working in an office in Huntsville right now and who lives in Madison?
wish me luck! We already have one local site without power, a girl's house here got hit (it's still standing, but badly damaged, her mom and son were inside and they are OK), and some people were supposed to fly out but the airport is cancelling flights until further notice.
I was just on the Geico website making sure my renters' insurance was up to date.. haha.
I moved here last year just in time for the big legendary ones that ripped through in April. I'd like to get out of this state ASAP! Hoping for a transfer to an office *not* in Tornado Alley.
Posted 02 March 2012 - 20:08
Yeah, but not every state gets a "tornado season" every year and has multiple storms like this. I've been on this earth quite a while and had never seen one until ~4 months after moving here, and several more just in the year I've lived here.
Fun fact, every state has a had a tornado in the last 50 years, although I do believe Alaska and Hawaii are pretty safe (also Rhode Island, but that's not fair since it's smaller than a tornado).
Posted 03 March 2012 - 15:53
Tornado Alley is FUN! I like to get out to drive around and take pictures of active tornadoes. Last year in a thread I posted some pictures I caught chasing some. It's a thrill!