chocoholic You Are Here
11/12/17 2:52 am
Several major earthquakes. 100 year flood. Tropical storm just under hurricane strength. A single stretch of 40 days of downpouring rain. Through it all, I've been most fortunate.
Doopy Remedial Americanism
11/08/17 4:22 am
Yes. Several unimpressive ones. Pacific Northwest drought. Flood with salmon swimming across road. 4 inches of snow when the DOT was not expecting snow. An Earthquake that broke a couple things but didn't really do much.
Lakos New England
11/07/17 5:24 am
I don’t know if this is a natural disaster but an ice storm that lasted a little less then 2 weeks in NH. The doors we frozen shut for a couple of days until we were able to force them open or fire had to come and break ice off the everyone’s door
11/06/17 6:33 pm
Hurricane Harvey demolished our house. We lost everything we owned. Still reeling from it. Attempting to rebuild, but boy is it's bitch!!!
pjn0524 Pacific Northwest
11/06/17 3:09 pm
Sort of? I was working at the Hanford Site in Washington state when the Nisqually earthquake happened on 2/28/2001. My office chair started moving, and the vertical blinds on the window swayed back and forth. It was unnerving!
11/06/17 10:20 am
Hurricane Donna when I was really little. Several earthquakes of note in California.....those are scary.
11/06/17 10:18 am
No but when my dad was 15 his whole house and farm was completely taken away with a F5 tornado. His parents and 5 siblings all survived under a table in the basement but they lost almost all the animals including 200 rabbits
cornybread The Large Malus Fruit
11/06/17 8:12 am
I experienced hurricane sandy. I was inside the whole time, but we lost power for nine days after and had to just keep on trucking. Charged our phones in the car, took cold showers, lit the stove with a lighter and waited in line for gas. My mom kept teaching her piano students but had to stop at sunset, and we thought, “THIS is how people lived before modern electricity?🙄” I did spend a few nights at a friend’s house with power, which was nice.
ParaguasPato Columbus GA
11/06/17 8:12 am
Um, I experienced a category 2 hurricane. It didn’t destroy anything, just made a mess of leaves and twigs everywhere. That’s about the closest thing to a natural disaster I’ve ever seen.
11/06/17 7:32 am
Everybody in Kansas is lying, we call this place Tornado Alley for a reason. You too Oklahoma, don’t try to ignore those earthquakes and ‘nados
11/06/17 5:40 am
Plenty of Typhoons and Hurricanes. They make us go out to sea to avoid them and they always end up following the ships. It's a shitshow.
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