Okla. gov.: Discussion needed about safe rooms

May 26, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Seattle Times

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says it will be important to have a "vigorous discussion" about providing safe places in schools.

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Robert

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If the building envelope is one continuous wall of re-enforced concrete it is not going anywhere. We have for a long time had the building technology to stand up to these.
Lance Winslow

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May 26, 2013
 
Robert wrote:
If the building envelope is one continuous wall of re-enforced concrete it is not going anywhere. We have for a long time had the building technology to stand up to these.
When it comes to a choice between stadium lights and astroturf for the football field and tornado shelters, they know there's football every Friday night every season.
Robert

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Lance Winslow wrote:
<quoted text>When it comes to a choice between stadium lights and astroturf for the football field and tornado shelters, they know there's football every Friday night every season.
so a safe school and a good education is just an afterthought, good point.
Your Ex

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When living in the heart of tornado alley
One would be wise to build their house out of
Bricks, not
Sticks.
Sayer

Cheyenne, WY

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May 27, 2013
 
Your Ex wrote:
When living in the heart of tornado alley
One would be wise to build their house out of
Bricks, not
Sticks.

Many if not most of the houses destroyed there were brick homes; it did no good. Are you blind, or just plain stupid? Pay attention.
Sayer

Cheyenne, WY

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May 27, 2013
 
Robert wrote:
If the building envelope is one continuous wall of re-enforced concrete it is not going anywhere. We have for a long time had the building technology to stand up to these.

That's right. There is already a cement foundation still there and easily used again. Pour concrete walls and a roof and it's not going anywhere again. And, I'm sure it could be done well below the countless millions of dollars certain politicians say it would cost.

I Just watched them pouring a 5 story concrete building in the Netherlands, floor, walls and celing. It's not going anywhere any time soon.
Your Ex

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Sayer wrote:
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Many if not most of the houses destroyed there were brick homes; it did no good. Are you blind, or just plain stupid? Pay attention.
Gosh, looking at the pics, maybe they should move away from the long, yellow, pine bricks, and consider the cinder block kind.
Pictures of homes with brick walls are standing, albeit w/o a roof, windows, or doors.
Maybe open your eyes before your mouth.
Sayer

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Your Ex wrote:
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Gosh, looking at the pics, maybe they should move away from the long, yellow, pine bricks, and consider the cinder block kind.
Pictures of homes with brick walls are standing, albeit w/o a roof, windows, or doors.
Maybe open your eyes before your mouth.
"One would be wise to build their house out of
Bricks, not Sticks."
Hey, YOU are the one who mentioned BRICKS first, not me. Deal with it, confused hypocrite.*Duhhh*
Your Ex

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May 27, 2013
 
Sayer wrote:
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"One would be wise to build their house out of
Bricks, not Sticks."
Hey, YOU are the one who mentioned BRICKS first, not me. Deal with it, confused hypocrite.*Duhhh*
What's with the insults, Aristotle?
Yes, that is what I said.
I'm not really getting your point here.
There are much better threads to post on if you have no higher aspirations other than to come off as a total asshat.
Sorry about your life,
Better luck next time.

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