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Old 02-27-2010, 09:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I hope none of you guys live on the coastline like I do and if you do, I hope that you have some place to evacuate to. We're at my grandmother's home in manoa but on the way my sister took pictures of the pali lookout spots which were filled with cars and even tents! I took pictures of my neighborhood in preparation for the worst good luck to us all
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I wish you and your family the best, Fel808. My thoughts and prayers are with all who have been affected by this series of earthquakes

Stay safe, and keep us updated!
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Good luck to everybody down there. My grandparents are on a vacation in Hawaii, but they're going to be fine because they're inland.
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Thanks guys. Everything turned out fine however, I had to go through a lot of drama in the process...My grandmother didn't want to leave and she lives on the water so, I had to drive back to get her after already getting to safety myself then drove back AGAIN because my brother had to get his guns incase of a post apocalyptic riot and also because he didn't take me seriously when I told him to get his stuff the first time. It was an eye opening experience because now I know that it is my duty to take care of the family in a crisis because others cannot be relied upon. If the tsunami was as big as predicted, my brother and I would've been caught in the middle of it. Well, time to put everything away and possible clean some tanks
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Hehe, after watching the live shots of the Big Island and seeing nothing going on, I cleaned my tanks. Thankfully everything was ok though.
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Well I'm glad to here everything was ok! I know when dealing with hurricanes, it can be so stressful keeping track of family and making sure that if we do need to evacuate, everyone's on board and not being stubborn! Luckily, we've never had to leave.
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Well I'm glad to here everything was ok! I know when dealing with hurricanes, it can be so stressful keeping track of family and making sure that if we do need to evacuate, everyone's on board and not being stubborn! Luckily, we've never had to leave.
We're probably due for a hurricane soon but there's no running from those
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Glad you guys are ok. You never know when things might not be ok. It's always best to be safe than sorry. When the hurricane hit New Orleans so many didn't take heed. Friends of ours lost immediate family because they didn't take it seriously. Such a shame!



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Talking about being better safe than sorry, how about watching that one tourist swimming in waikiki beach even before the first wave hit the big island. There are 2 things you don't want to mess with, the irs and mother nature.
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