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Phrobis
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We're on the 10th and 11th floor of a corporate high rise on Poydras Ave., right near St. Charles. We have generators and tons of food and water. It is 5 of us total. I am not sure how the internet connection will be affected. I have a camera and my gun.

Sustained winds are 175, gusts to 215. The real danger is not the wind, though, it's the storm surge the wind will be pushing into the city from the Gulf through the lake. The city might never recover. Honestly, this thing could be biblical.

I'll try to keep you guys updated as events warrant.

Remember my survival post a while back?

Now you'll get to see exactly what I'm talking about.

And if you're looking to communicate with me, use AIM: IKilled007


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Be sure to write your SSN on your chest with a sharpe, preferably in black. That way when they find your decomposed body your family can get back your rotten remains.

Fuck that was mean. Seriously why they hell didn't you leave? In theory even after the storm has passed you'll have to wait for days if not weeks for the water to recede. And this won't be clean gulf water, it will be feted, polluted, icky water you can't drink.

What are you going to do for water? Do you have several weeks worth of water with you? You can always eat the weak members of your party you can't unpollute water unless you have some method of distilling it.

OK I'm done.

Dude...

I'm a Green Beret. I could live on ants and bark for 6 years if I had to.

Well good luck! Take pictures, you might be able to sell them for some good money.

But why put yourself in the position where you have to?
You can't do anything during the actual storm.
Why not wait until it is over, and then go back in?

while i'm sure you can live on ants, are you sure you could bark for six years?

I laugh at the notion of "clean gulf water." What's worse is looking at where the drinking water comes from in that area.

You've got me there.

Well he says he has lots of water, hopefully enough for weeks. And hey the storm might miss NO.

... and I might give birth to Christ.

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