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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Wed Oct 05, 2016 7:07 pm

Got family in Florida who are prepping to ride out Hurricane Matt. Predictions for Jupiter are now for 100+ mph winds and a 5 foot storm surge. Surge shouldn't affect the nephew but bro-in-law is not too far from canals leading to ocean. Stay safe and keep your heads down. Good luck!
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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Wed Oct 05, 2016 7:51 pm

A little gallow humor:



"South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder."

Olivia Cole - Twitter post.
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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Fri Oct 07, 2016 9:17 am

All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.
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Post  Shortie's Ex on Sun Oct 09, 2016 4:40 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:A little gallow humor:



"South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder."

Olivia Cole - Twitter post.
This would seem like testimony that the transplanted and prepared Manhattanites had already purchased the inventory of Manhattan-style chowder.  Not enough ex-patriots of Vermont and New Hampshire to buy the New England-style?  

Or the transplanted New Englanders were too cheap to buy clam chowder in the face of a devastating storm?  I bet they focused on milk, eggs and bread.
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Post  Shortie's Ex on Sun Oct 09, 2016 4:52 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.
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Re: Hurricane Matthew

Post  Darth Cheney on Sun Oct 09, 2016 7:02 pm

Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

The depth of your knowledge is thinner than a human hair. Keep voting "D".
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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Sun Oct 09, 2016 8:56 pm

Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.
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Post  Jammer on Sun Oct 09, 2016 10:07 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.

What you just described is called PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.  Conservatives believe in personal responsibility and do not want to be a burden on society unlike liberals who are very comfortable with having others taking care of them.

Sleazy Slut seems quite confused and displays her complete stupidity.  It is apparent that she doesn't even know the difference between socialism and a charitable act.  If your brother-in-law's neighbor did choose to run an extension cord across the street and provide power to your brother-in-law's house, that would be an ACT OF CHARITY.  

The disgusting slut probably doesn't have a charitable bone in her body.  On the other hand, nobody is more generous than conservatives.  Study after study has shown this to be true.  Liberals unfortunately believe in raising the taxes on hardworking Americans to give away.  Thus they work very hard to fundamentally transform our country into a socialist country so they can live off other people's money.
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Re: Hurricane Matthew

Post  Gomezz Adddams on Sun Oct 09, 2016 10:18 pm

Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:A little gallow humor:



"South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder."

Olivia Cole - Twitter post.
This would seem like testimony that the transplanted and prepared Manhattanites had already purchased the inventory of Manhattan-style chowder.  Not enough ex-patriots of Vermont and New Hampshire to buy the New England-style?  

Or the transplanted New Englanders were too cheap to buy clam chowder in the face of a devastating storm?  I bet they focused on milk, eggs and bread.

Too early for Snowbirds. Besides when in Florida why would one want to eat crappy clam chowder? I don't even like it fresh. Give me conch chowder any day. Even if it's in a can.







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Post  Shortie's Ex on Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:50 am

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.

So he hadn't lost power then.
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Post  Shortie's Ex on Mon Oct 10, 2016 11:58 am

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:A little gallow humor:



"South Florida wants to survive #HurricaneMatthew. But we'd rather die than eat clam chowder."

Olivia Cole - Twitter post.
This would seem like testimony that the transplanted and prepared Manhattanites had already purchased the inventory of Manhattan-style chowder.  Not enough ex-patriots of Vermont and New Hampshire to buy the New England-style?  

Or the transplanted New Englanders were too cheap to buy clam chowder in the face of a devastating storm?  I bet they focused on milk, eggs and bread.

Too early for Snowbirds. Besides when in Florida why would one want to eat crappy clam chowder? I don't even like it fresh. Give me conch chowder any day. Even if it's in a can.








Oh Gomezz 'transplants' aren't part-year residents [or Snowbirds].  I was referring to those from NY and New England who choose to relocate permanently to take advantage of all that Florida has to offer on a year round basis.

I agree that canned seafood soups are a little sketchy.

And I have always suspected that you enjoyed eating conch.  Does Mrs Adddams share your enthusiasm ?
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Post  Shortie's Ex on Mon Oct 10, 2016 12:13 pm

Jammer wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.

What you just described is called PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.  Conservatives believe in personal responsibility and do not want to be a burden on society unlike liberals who are very comfortable with having others taking care of them.

Sleazy Slut seems quite confused and displays her complete stupidity.  It is apparent that she doesn't even know the difference between socialism and a charitable act.  If your brother-in-law's neighbor did choose to run an extension cord across the street and provide power to your brother-in-law's house, that would be an ACT OF CHARITY.  

The disgusting slut probably doesn't have a charitable bone in her body.  On the other hand, nobody is more generous than conservatives.  Study after study has shown this to be true.  Liberals unfortunately believe in raising the taxes on hardworking Americans to give away.  Thus they work very hard to fundamentally transform our country into a socialist country so they can live off other people's money.

Oh Mr Jammer I was thinking of that act as an act of charity.

BTW if you are so kind and generous,  why am I the first person on this forum ... 3 days after Gomezz's last update ... to express concern and a potential solution for relief to Gomezz's family?
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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Mon Oct 10, 2016 12:58 pm

Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.

So he hadn't lost power then.

Aw Jeebus. Really? You are going to parse the meaning of the phrase "lost power"? Yes he lost his Florida Power and Light service. His generator is only big enough to supply emergency power which doesn't include powering his AC, lights, TV, laundry room, water heater or electric stove/oven. He was able to use his emergency power to open his garage door so he can go eat at nearby restaurants and get more gas for his generator. But yes, he lost his power. Still not on as of yesterday. FP&L is known for it's crappy service so when siht hits the fan, crappy service becomes really crappy service.
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Re: Hurricane Matthew

Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:21 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Shortie's Ex wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:All clear on the Treasure Coast. cheers  Eye of Matthew passed 60 miles east of the coast. Being on the weaker west side of Matthew they dodged a bullet but still had lots of wind, some rain and brother-in-law lost his power. Neighbor across the street has power so hoping he'll get his back soon.

Oh Gomezz, I would think that several hundred feet of electrical power cord would solve this for your brother-in-law.  And you guys wouldn't even have to tell Jammer about it.  He would call your brother-in-law a liberal and point at him and spit at him.

And that's why there are generators. And my bro-in-law has one. Can't power his whole house with it but it keeps the fridge running, the beer cold and his phone charged. It is what it is. He's just 1 of a million who lost power.

So he hadn't lost power then.

Aw Jeebus. Really? You are going to parse the meaning of the phrase "lost power"? Yes he lost his Florida Power and Light service. His generator is only big enough to supply emergency power which doesn't include powering his AC, lights, TV, laundry room, water heater or electric stove/oven. He was able to use his emergency power to open his garage door so he can go eat at nearby restaurants and get more gas for his generator. But yes, he lost his power. Still not on as of yesterday. FP&L is known for it's crappy service so when siht hits the fan, crappy service becomes really crappy service.

Why not? You would...
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