USA could see record quiet year for t...

USA could see record quiet year for tornadoes

There are 2 comments on the The Leaf-Chronicle story from Sep 29, 2012, titled USA could see record quiet year for tornadoes. In it, The Leaf-Chronicle reports that:

Two tornadoes spin in Grand Isle, La., in May. One of the tornadoes damaged several homes, but no injuries were reported.

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He who knows

Cicero, IL

#1 Jan 3, 2013
Those flimsy homes! Not even built to withstand 70 mph winds, and then a tornado with winds to only 90 miles per hour damages them, even lifting the entire roof and even the side off one house as if it were made of paper! Whoever must have built those shabby homes probably had stones in their head! They likely used inferior light weight materials (tin, balsa wood, fiber paneling, etc) and did NOT bolt and nail everything together properly.
He who knows

Cicero, IL

#2 Jan 3, 2013
I am, of course, referring to the waterspout/tornado that hit Grand Isle, Louisiana.

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