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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Florida Hurricane Season Notes:

    We're about to enter the peak of the hurricane season in Florida.

    If you're new to the area, you're probably wondering what you need to do to prepare for the possibility that we'll get hit by "the big one."

    Based on our experiences, we recommend that you follow this simple three-step hurricane preparedness plan:

    STEP 1. Buy enough food and bottled water to last your family for at least three days.

    STEP 2. Put these supplies into your car.

    STEP 3. Drive to Nebraska and remain there until Thanks- giving.

    Unfortunately, statistics show that most people will not follow this sensible plan.

    Most people will foolishly stay here in Florida.

    We'll start with one of the most important hurricane preparedness items:

    HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE: If you own a home, you must have hurricane insurance.

    Fortunately, this insurance is cheap and easy to get, as long as your home meets two basic requirements:


    (1) It is reasonably well-built, and...

    (2) It is located in Nebraska.


    Unfortunately, if your home is located in Florida, or any other area that might actually be hit by a hurricane, most insurance companies would prefer not to sell you hurricane insurance, because then they might be required to pay YOU money, and that is certainly not why they got into the insurance business in the first place.


    EVACUATION ROUTE: If you live in a low-lying area, you should have an evacuation route planned out.

    (To determine whether you live in a low-lying area, look at your driver's license; if it says "Florida", you live in a low-lying area.)


    The purpose of having an evacuation route is to avoid being trapped in your home when a major storm hits.

    Instead, you will be trapped in a gigantic traffic jam several miles from your home, along with two hundred thousand other evacuees.

    So, as a bonus, you will not be lonely.


    Of course these are just basic precautions.

    As the hurricane draws near, it is vitally important that you keep abreast of the situation by turning on your television and watching TV reporters in rain slickers stand right next to the ocean and tell you over and over how vitally important it is for everybody to stay away from the ocean.


    Good luck, and remember: It's great living in Paradise
     
  2. Navy HMC

    Navy HMC

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    That is wrong on so many levels! Funny as all hell, but still wrong!

    :rofl: :banana: :rofl: :banana: :rofl: :banana: :rofl: