Hurricane Florence: How to prepare to...

Hurricane Florence: How to prepare to survive Hurricane Florence: How to prepare to survive

There are 23 comments on the WVEC-TV Norfolk story from Monday Sep 10, titled Hurricane Florence: How to prepare to survive Hurricane Florence: How to prepare to survive. In it, WVEC-TV Norfolk reports that:

Being ready for a disaster requires more than storing food, water and supplies having money saved for an emergency is vital, too. The approaching danger presented by Hurricane Florence and the damage caused by Tropical Storm Gordon serve as reminders that September is the most active month for these kinds of powerful storms.

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Jan2018

Lincoln, NE

#1 Monday Sep 10
Same places have huricanes every year, they should always be ready, if they are going to live in a dangerous place.
Jackie

Allentown, PA

#2 Monday Sep 10
Jan2018 wrote:
Same places have huricanes every year, they should always be ready, if they are going to live in a dangerous place.
I wonder if homes are cheaper in these parts?

“4 years of Libs in agony!”

Since: Jan 11

Lake Geneva, WI

#3 Tuesday Sep 11
How to prepare?

How about NOT living near the ocean.....
Go Trump

New Haven, CT

#4 Tuesday Sep 11
One's chances are better in the path of this hurricane than they are in Democratic Party caused sh!tholes like Chicago.
Jackie

Allentown, PA

#5 Tuesday Sep 11
Get fleshlighs and batteries.
Jackie

Allentown, PA

#6 Tuesday Sep 11
BHM5267 wrote:
How to prepare?

How about NOT living near the ocean.....
Is realestate expensive by the ocean ?
Hostis Publicus

Columbus, OH

#7 Wednesday Sep 12
Jackie wrote:
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Is realestate expensive by the ocean ?
It is extremely expensive but that could change.
Impeach the Creep

United States

#8 Wednesday Sep 12
Go Trump wrote:
One's chances are better in the path of this hurricane than they are in Democratic Party caused sh!tholes like Chicago.
San Juan Mayor:‘God Help Us All’ If Trump Thinks Puerto Rico Hurricane Response Was A ‘Success’
Trump Your President

Hernando, FL

#9 Wednesday Sep 12
I'll take a hurricane over a blizzard anytime
Go Trump

United States

#10 Wednesday Sep 12
Impeach the Creep wrote:
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San Juan Mayor:‘God Help Us All’ If Trump Thinks Puerto Rico Hurricane Response Was A ‘Success’
Yes it was unfortunate to see thousands of containers of supplies sitting unopened on docks while the "locals" were drinking cerveza and smoking mini-cigars.

Perhaps the Mayor should figure out what happened to millions of Dollars in funding for infrastructure improvements that never happened.
Go Trump

United States

#11 Wednesday Sep 12
Trump Your President wrote:
I'll take a hurricane over a blizzard anytime
I'll take a hurricane or blizzard anytime over a democrat.
Jackie

Allentown, PA

#13 Wednesday Sep 12
Hostis Publicus wrote:
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It is extremely expensive but that could change.
Maybe they won't put houses close to the Ocean anymore, that could be one good solution.
Jackie

Allentown, PA

#14 Wednesday Sep 12
Hostis Publicus wrote:
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It is extremely expensive but that could change.
Change how ?
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#15 Thursday Sep 13
Get the hell out of Dodge. Fires on the west coast, and in the west, then this? It could be worse than Puerto Rico.
On the Level

United States

#16 Thursday Sep 13
Jackie wrote:
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I wonder if homes are cheaper in these parts?
Not along the coast. They are very expensive and expensive to insure.

It is time to stop allowing waterfront homes and allow the barrier islands go back to nature.

The flood insurance is subsidized by the federal government. In locations known to flood, this shouldn’t be an option. I don’t mind subsidizing areas in 500 or thousand year flood areas. But ocean front and river front properties that flood every five years should be raised and go back to nature.
spud

Easton, PA

#17 Thursday Sep 13
Go Trump wrote:
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Yes it was unfortunate to see thousands of containers of supplies sitting unopened on docks while the "locals" were drinking cerveza and smoking mini-cigars.

Perhaps the Mayor should figure out what happened to millions of Dollars in funding for infrastructure improvements that never happened.
That's true. Those helpless bums in Puerto Rico wouldn't help themselves at all. Not only that but they had already left their infrastructure go to hell before the hurricane struck. After the storm there were many supplies left sitting on ships because nobody seemed to have enough energy to unload them. And now the useless lady in charge down there is blaming Trump for the 3000 deaths. She's an imbecile who, no doubt, thought there would be more money floating around for her and her cronies to abscond with. So what did we learn from this? Listen to your President and evacuate now before it's too late. There are no do overs.
Go Trump

Bronx, NY

#18 Thursday Sep 13
spud wrote:
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That's true. Those helpless bums in Puerto Rico wouldn't help themselves at all. Not only that but they had already left their infrastructure go to hell before the hurricane struck. After the storm there were many supplies left sitting on ships because nobody seemed to have enough energy to unload them. And now the useless lady in charge down there is blaming Trump for the 3000 deaths. She's an imbecile who, no doubt, thought there would be more money floating around for her and her cronies to abscond with. So what did we learn from this? Listen to your President and evacuate now before it's too late. There are no do overs.

Over the years PR received million of dollars in funding for infrastructure improvements. These improvements were meant to minimize the effects of storm related damage. Instead of improvements, the money was wasted, misappropriated and stolen by the local corrupt government in PR. Now this piece of sh!t Mayor blames President Trump.
Go Trump

Bronx, NY

#19 Thursday Sep 13
Impeach the Creep wrote:
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San Juan Mayor:‘God Help Us All’ If Trump Thinks Puerto Rico Hurricane Response Was A ‘Success’

PR is a democrat caused and controlled sh!t hole.
On the Level

United States

#20 Thursday Sep 13
Go Trump wrote:
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I'll take a hurricane or blizzard anytime over a democrat.
You mean, you’d rather have your home destroyed than to have a Democrat for president?

I knew that Trump supporters had a self-destructive streak, but that is even more extreme than can be reasonably imagined.

Maybe you should seek some help for your severe case of hostility.

That is indicative of a brain that hasn’t matured past toddlerhood. That is the kind of mindset that drives toddlers to hold thier breath until they are blue or bang their head when they dont’ get what they want.
Trump Your President

Hernando, FL

#21 Thursday Sep 13
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