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Originally posted by djohnsto77
Once you get to 5 the damage is total and catastrophic, there's really no need to go higher.
Originally posted by PizzaCrust
Anyone know the price of gasoline in Houston, TX? Nobody is talking about it on TV and the cameras NEVER pan over to show how much a gallon is. If gas price jumps up even 3-4 dollars, I'm buying myself a bike.
Originally posted by yanchek
You know Rita means a$$ in our language.
Killer winds got a completely new meaning.
Originally posted by Hellmutt
And she follows right after Hurricane Latrina as well...
The letter "L" is right next to the letter "K" on my keyboard.
The Texas and Louisiana coast is home to the nation's biggest concentration of oil refineries. Environmentalists warned of the possibility of a toxic spill from the 87 chemical plants and petroleum installations that represent more than one-fourth of U.S. refining capacity.
Originally posted by worldwatcher
I'm bit worried about the inland effects of Hurricane Rita. I hope people well inland all the way to Arkansas and Oklahoma are prepared for the possibility of flooding and power outages.