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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by FullClip, Jan 28, 2020.
2400’ asl, so bring on the heat and ocean front property.
Are you kidding ? I don't have to move nowheres
Obama promised me the rise of the oceans would end under his administration. Do you doubt the God Obama ?
Well --- it looks like most of Virginia is gonna be gone, so so much for the 2A problem there. I notice that NJ is flooded, but they may not even notice. Certainly, it'll still smell the same.
Me? I'm at 3500 feet and I think I'm safe here.
But you flatlanders better wax up your boats and canoes.
Chicago is 500 feet above sea level, but right on Lake Michigan.
I'd imagine it would be in trouble if water levels actually did rise. The St. Lawrence Seaway ties the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Ontario.
Chicago could use a good flushing, though.
I’m staying put in the Farmington Valley
Move to where the ice had melted.
I live at 6500', I think I'm good.
I might move from my easy chair over to the couch for a while. Odd question though.
I’ll be looking for higher ground in SD. That should be enough.
When the water rises... Chicago will be an Island Nation, accessible by air or boat only.
Hmmmmm... maybe a new group of boat refuges intent on escaping?
I own properties in Appalachia which currently are nothing but tax burdens. So Eastern KY it is.