Tornado reported in N. Colorado; Buil...

Tornado reported in N. Colorado; Buildings damaged

There are 4 comments on the NewsTimes.com story from May 22, 2008, titled Tornado reported in N. Colorado; Buildings damaged. In it, NewsTimes.com reports that:

Authorities say a large tornado has touched down in northern Colorado, overturning trucks and damaging buildings.

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Tyler from canada

Penticton, Canada

#1 May 22, 2008
This tornado proves that one of the seven seals(from the bible)has broken. It is in revalations in the bible.
madpiper

Burlington, VT

#2 May 22, 2008
What exactly does that mean? I also heard a similar revelation about 9-11, the fall of the twin sisters.
NIMBY

Redding, CA

#3 May 24, 2008
I used to live in Fort Collins, Co.( about a half hour away from Windsor ) nearly 30 years ago. Though the town is nestled up against the foothills, you still get an occasional tornado that rips through town if conditions are right. Windsor and Fort Collins are right on the edge of the Tornado Alley Region of the US. The tornado that hit Windsor does NOT prove that one of the seven seals from the Book of Revelation has broken, Tyler. Sure, all hell is breakin' loose as the shingles on your roof are being rearranged or the roof is completely being relocated in a field a mile or so away from your home. Just hope and pray to God your home owner's insurance policy will cover such an Act of God( most will not ). Both you and madpiper need to sit down and study the scientific dynamics of tornados.

Start by googling Tornados in the text box. You will find the study quite fascinating and educational. Better yet, one does not need to be a stormchaser to actually experience a tornado in real life. Just vacation in any one of the fine Tornado Alley locations in the US( preferably Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma ). Chances are you'd piss your panties and s#$t your pants while running for cover when none is found out in the middle of the open interstate. There is only one thing to do when one is found in this inevitable position: Bend over, grab your ankles, enjoy the ride, and kiss your a$$ goodbye. Living to tell about it is quite optional for the nature of tornadoes are unpredictable. Take it from someone whom used to live in these parts.

Enjoy your stay, guys.
madpiper

Burlington, VT

#4 May 24, 2008
NIMBY wrote:
I used to live in Fort Collins, Co.( about a half hour away from Windsor ) nearly 30 years ago. Though the town is nestled up against the foothills, you still get an occasional tornado that rips through town if conditions are right. Windsor and Fort Collins are right on the edge of the Tornado Alley Region of the US. The tornado that hit Windsor does NOT prove that one of the seven seals from the Book of Revelation has broken, Tyler. Sure, all hell is breakin' loose as the shingles on your roof are being rearranged or the roof is completely being relocated in a field a mile or so away from your home. Just hope and pray to God your home owner's insurance policy will cover such an Act of God( most will not ). Both you and madpiper need to sit down and study the scientific dynamics of tornados.
Start by googling Tornados in the text box. You will find the study quite fascinating and educational. Better yet, one does not need to be a stormchaser to actually experience a tornado in real life. Just vacation in any one of the fine Tornado Alley locations in the US( preferably Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma ). Chances are you'd piss your panties and s#$t your pants while running for cover when none is found out in the middle of the open interstate. There is only one thing to do when one is found in this inevitable position: Bend over, grab your ankles, enjoy the ride, and kiss your a$$ goodbye. Living to tell about it is quite optional for the nature of tornadoes are unpredictable. Take it from someone whom used to live in these parts.
Enjoy your stay, guys.

Dude!! I did not say I believe that #hit! I was simply asking about the seven seals or whatever. Thanks for the insight though, actually I do understand alot about tornadoes, through discovery,weather channels, as well as reading about them. Yes you are right I hope I never have one bearing down on me, chances of that around here are pretty slim .

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