Cyclone was 'terrifying'

Cyclone was 'terrifying'

There are 23 comments on the CNN story from Feb 3, 2011, titled Cyclone was 'terrifying'. In it, CNN reports that:

Residents of northern Queensland, Australia, woke on Thursday morning to destruction wrought by Cyclone Yasi, the biggest storm to ever hit the region.

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Since: Apr 07

TERRA AUSTRALIS

#1 Feb 3, 2011
I wonder what woke them up? Probably the newspaper bloke again.
Gottalivv

Camperdown, Australia

#2 Feb 3, 2011
Cyclone was 'terrifying' I pissed in my pant.
Hummm

Spring Hill, Australia

#3 Feb 3, 2011
Gottalivv wrote:
Cyclone was 'terrifying' I pissed in my pant.
I thought that it was knickers that you wear.
josh

Australia

#4 Feb 4, 2011
Gottalivv wrote:
Cyclone was 'terrifying' I pissed in my pant.
It was a power of nature you experienced butalos a power of God in cyclones which obeys the will of Gods holy spirit when it so deems.Other times it s just nature randomnly without gods will. but God created the forces. Notice Gods mercy was shown as noone was killed. only one guy was killed by his own ignorance. he had a diesel generator running in an unvented room and died from gas poisoning.
God sometimes reaps karma on killers who escaped justice in us hurricanes for example. This allows the good percentage in the us to continue its spiritual growth. the Us has quite alot of very decent god fearing people as well as the evil and psychopathic ones, the us can be confusing as its a chameleon of two or more faces at once.
Anonymous

Tekirdag, Turkey

#5 Feb 4, 2011
186 miles (300 kilometers per hour) this is really terrible

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Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#6 Feb 4, 2011
josh wrote:
<quoted text>
It was a power of nature you experienced butalos a power of God in cyclones which obeys the will of Gods holy spirit when it so deems.Other times it s just nature randomnly without gods will. but God created the forces. Notice Gods mercy was shown as noone was killed. only one guy was killed by his own ignorance. he had a diesel generator running in an unvented room and died from gas poisoning.
God sometimes reaps karma on killers who escaped justice in us hurricanes for example. This allows the good percentage in the us to continue its spiritual growth. the Us has quite alot of very decent god fearing people as well as the evil and psychopathic ones, the us can be confusing as its a chameleon of two or more faces at once.
Wow, no wonder you nutters fight and kill each other, you're completely insane.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#7 Feb 4, 2011
josh wrote:
<quoted text>
It was a power of nature you experienced butalos a power of God in cyclones which obeys the will of Gods holy spirit when it so deems.Other times it s just nature randomnly without gods will. but God created the forces. Notice Gods mercy was shown as noone was killed. only one guy was killed by his own ignorance. he had a diesel generator running in an unvented room and died from gas poisoning.
God sometimes reaps karma on killers who escaped justice in us hurricanes for example. This allows the good percentage in the us to continue its spiritual growth. the Us has quite alot of very decent god fearing people as well as the evil and psychopathic ones, the us can be confusing as its a chameleon of two or more faces at once.
there seems to be a lot of posts like this one here...

and i have to say i disagree, to claim that god sends earthquakes, fires, storms, floods etc to kill sinners is scripturally not correct, in old testament times yes, but new testament times, no....

it rains on the just and the unjust, this means that good and bad people can reap good things at same time, likewise they can reap bad things, but it is NOT judgement day stuff..

the new testament is a time of grace, where gods favour is given to believers in jesus christ, to say that god punishes the evil people whereupon the good people are also punished through the same "NATURAL" disasters is both unscriptural and erronous, if god were to punish the evil before the last days or armegeddon were to occur, then where is his grace ? where is the evil peoples chance to be called to repentance and to receive gods grace and salvation ?

if there is no grace, then there is no salvation through the sacrifice of jesus christ, if there is no salvation, then jesus died for nothing...

tell this to your pastors, or priests or whatever, perhaps then they will be able to discern what is spiritual and what is superstition.
Gottaliv

Australia

#8 Feb 4, 2011
high rises on the range wrote:
I wonder what woke them up? Probably the newspaper bloke again.
I couldn't believe I heard right when they said they "woke up to find the destruction...". You'd have to be drugged to the eye balls or pist out of your brain to sleep through that noise!

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#9 Feb 4, 2011
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
<quoted text>
there seems to be a lot of posts like this one here...
and i have to say i disagree, to claim that god sends earthquakes, fires, storms, floods etc to kill sinners is scripturally not correct, in old testament times yes, but new testament times, no....
it rains on the just and the unjust, this means that good and bad people can reap good things at same time, likewise they can reap bad things, but it is NOT judgement day stuff..
the new testament is a time of grace, where gods favour is given to believers in jesus christ, to say that god punishes the evil people whereupon the good people are also punished through the same "NATURAL" disasters is both unscriptural and erronous, if god were to punish the evil before the last days or armegeddon were to occur, then where is his grace ? where is the evil peoples chance to be called to repentance and to receive gods grace and salvation ?
if there is no grace, then there is no salvation through the sacrifice of jesus christ, if there is no salvation, then jesus died for nothing...
tell this to your pastors, or priests or whatever, perhaps then they will be able to discern what is spiritual and what is superstition.
Another deranged nutter babbling crap.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#10 Feb 4, 2011
Palawa wrote:
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Another deranged nutter babbling crap.
listen up dickhead, wether you believe in god or the bible is not the issue here, the issue here is that according to the bible, the wowsers on here who blame god for natural disasters are wrong, if you cant get that through your thick skull, then tough, cos' what you think is unimportant.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#11 Feb 4, 2011
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
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listen up dickhead, wether you believe in god or the bible is not the issue here, the issue here is that according to the bible, the wowsers on here who blame god for natural disasters are wrong, if you cant get that through your thick skull, then tough, cos' what you think is unimportant.
Wanker, the issue here is that the cyclone was terrifying. It's drop kicks like you who try to bring your bizarre idiocy into it.

The OT bible is a fantasy horror story written by low life scum. The NT is a fairy tale of voodoo, violence, fear and superstition written by low life scum. Those primitive minded humans that follow this bizarre god cult are low life scum.

The difference between how you god fearing nutters approach disasters and free minded Aussies is, we get off our arses and help each other no matter what. Yanks run like selfcentred cowards and blame the victims.

You''ll never see the voluntary clean up by hundreds of thousands of unaffected people seen in Aus in the good ole god loving USA, you're to busy blaming and killing each other.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#12 Feb 4, 2011
Palawa wrote:
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Wanker, the issue here is that the cyclone was terrifying. It's drop kicks like you who try to bring your bizarre idiocy into it.
The OT bible is a fantasy horror story written by low life scum. The NT is a fairy tale of voodoo, violence, fear and superstition written by low life scum. Those primitive minded humans that follow this bizarre god cult are low life scum.
The difference between how you god fearing nutters approach disasters and free minded Aussies is, we get off our arses and help each other no matter what. Yanks run like selfcentred cowards and blame the victims.
You''ll never see the voluntary clean up by hundreds of thousands of unaffected people seen in Aus in the good ole god loving USA, you're to busy blaming and killing each other.
could you be anymore stupid ?

let me guess, your one of the local white skinned aborigine's, but your attitude smacks of islam towards non islamics, not one of anthony mundines mates are ya ?

"The NT is a fairy tale of voodoo, violence, fear and superstition ?"

only an unlearned dickhead would say that, and you said it..

and you should learn how to read you ignorant prick, im not advocating that god caused these natural disasters, im advocating that he didn't...

and why do i get the impression that you think im a yank ?

why else would you write...

"Yanks run like selfcentred cowards and blame the victims.
You''ll never see the voluntary clean up by hundreds of thousands of unaffected people seen in Aus in the good ole god loving USA, you're to busy blaming and killing each other"

that (erronous) sentence has no logical reasoning or relativity in this thread unless you think im a yank...

im in tasmania you dickhead, just like you, but with one exception, im not an inbred..

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#13 Feb 4, 2011
if anyone wants to know why "palawa" is such a whinging whiny little bitch who seems to disrespect australia, heres your answer...

http://www.tasmanianaboriginal.com.au/liapoot...
Nutty and New

Australia

#14 Feb 4, 2011
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
<quoted text>
there seems to be a lot of posts like this one here...
and i have to say i disagree, to claim that god sends earthquakes, fires, storms, floods etc to kill sinners is scripturally not correct, in old testament times yes, but new testament times, no....
it rains on the just and the unjust, this means that good and bad people can reap good things at same time, likewise they can reap bad things, but it is NOT judgement day stuff..
the new testament is a time of grace, where gods favour is given to believers in jesus christ, to say that god punishes the evil people whereupon the good people are also punished through the same "NATURAL" disasters is both unscriptural and erronous, if god were to punish the evil before the last days or armegeddon were to occur, then where is his grace ? where is the evil peoples chance to be called to repentance and to receive gods grace and salvation ?
if there is no grace, then there is no salvation through the sacrifice of jesus christ, if there is no salvation, then jesus died for nothing...
tell this to your pastors, or priests or whatever, perhaps then they will be able to discern what is spiritual and what is superstition.
I wonder why god didn't like the old testament anymore. He must be second guessing himself.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#15 Feb 4, 2011
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
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could you be anymore stupid ?
let me guess, your one of the local white skinned aborigine's, but your attitude smacks of islam towards non islamics, not one of anthony mundines mates are ya ?
"The NT is a fairy tale of voodoo, violence, fear and superstition ?"
only an unlearned dickhead would say that, and you said it..
and you should learn how to read you ignorant prick, im not advocating that god caused these natural disasters, im advocating that he didn't...
and why do i get the impression that you think im a yank ?
why else would you write...
"Yanks run like selfcentred cowards and blame the victims.
You''ll never see the voluntary clean up by hundreds of thousands of unaffected people seen in Aus in the good ole god loving USA, you're to busy blaming and killing each other"
that (erronous) sentence has no logical reasoning or relativity in this thread unless you think im a yank...
im in tasmania you dickhead, just like you, but with one exception, im not an inbred..
Well I couldn't be more stupid than you, you sound like a yank, are not Tasmanian and you live in Moonah, need I say more tossa.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#16 Feb 4, 2011
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
if anyone wants to know why "palawa" is such a whinging whiny little bitch who seems to disrespect australia, heres your answer...
http://www.tasmanianaboriginal.com.au/liapoot...
Hey dick brain, I'm lia Pootah. I use the name Palawa here as it's the name used to describe indigenous Tasmanians and it gives Mansell and Co the shits. But I also have Wirudjuri heritage and being an imported drop kick, you don't have a clue, other than you programmed ideological idiocy.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#18 Feb 4, 2011
Palawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I couldn't be more stupid than you, you sound like a yank, are not Tasmanian and you live in Moonah, need I say more tossa.
gosh, i didnt know moonah was in the united states of america...

i guess i should have voted for obama instead of abbott, hey dickhead.
BigDick

Australia

#19 Feb 4, 2011
Wasn't it caused by the Muslims?

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#20 Feb 4, 2011
BigDick wrote:
Wasn't it caused by the Muslims?
to be more specific, it was allah...

at least that what many idiot muslims would have you believe...
jgem

Colchester, UK

#21 Feb 5, 2011
religious nutters....half the crap that goes on in the world is because of your mentalic assertions. DARWIN...theory of evolution....shit happens and all those who say things are a miracle.....odds happen You live in a part of the world where these things have a % chance of something like this happening....its happened
PHIL LINDSAY wrote:
<quoted text>
there seems to be a lot of posts like this one here...
and i have to say i disagree, to claim that god sends earthquakes, fires, storms, floods etc to kill sinners is scripturally not correct, in old testament times yes, but new testament times, no....
it rains on the just and the unjust, this means that good and bad people can reap good things at same time, likewise they can reap bad things, but it is NOT judgement day stuff..
the new testament is a time of grace, where gods favour is given to believers in jesus christ, to say that god punishes the evil people whereupon the good people are also punished through the same "NATURAL" disasters is both unscriptural and erronous, if god were to punish the evil before the last days or armegeddon were to occur, then where is his grace ? where is the evil peoples chance to be called to repentance and to receive gods grace and salvation ?
if there is no grace, then there is no salvation through the sacrifice of jesus christ, if there is no salvation, then jesus died for nothing...
tell this to your pastors, or priests or whatever, perhaps then they will be able to discern what is spiritual and what is superstition.

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