I found this stream really interesting for some reason. Maybe it was the idea of camping with a reporter in a car on the other side of the globe in
car, in the middle of a storm. Maybe it was the guys personality. Maybe it was a bit of both. But yea I've bookmarked his site crazymother.tv and will
visit again. Hopefully I'll get to catch the next storm with him too.
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I don't know if I can watch this?! I keep picturing a huge wave coming over the car and dragging him out to sea... is this guy mad!?! He has gone to
sleep!!!?!?!???! I hope he wakes up again!! Still it is entertaining haha
Yep, goodnight crazymother thanks for the great coverage and constant updates but you should get some sleep because it looks like CNN might call you
soon looking to buy that footage you stayed up all night to get. I know you can't hear me or read this being that you are dreaming right now but I
just wanted to tell you that you have lived up to your name and everyone thinks that you are a crazy mother! I'm just happy that you didn't get hurt
playing around in that storm. I have been through a few storms myself including Andrew and Katrina. I can tell you from experience that you don't
want to know first hand what mother nature is capable of. You are probably disappointed that the gas station wasn't destroyed or that transformer
city didn't explode with intense blue lights but if those things happened that would mean you were facing a real hurricane and not a super tropical
storm. Believe me when I say that you would not be very comfortable playing storm chaser when faced with a real hurricane. I have seen these things
rip asphalt streets right out of the ground and concrete shopping centers cut in half. My point is, I hope you learn and understand enough about these
storms to know that you had a mild encounter with what could have been a very serious storm and realize it might not be such a good idea to play with
it next time. BTW, thanks for the post goochball.
I am experiencing it live.
Winds about 12-28 at ground level. Steady. Gusts at 35-40 mphs. Little or no rain. Just some spotty light rain. Its getting blown around but its not
is it me or is the video really really choppy with only sporadic audio? Its driving me nuts. I know earlier in the night he mentioned that the
atmosphere was giving some bad reception, so I'm figuring that's the issue.
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