Another interesting bit that went on during the forum downtime was all that craaaaazzzy weather!
If you live on the East Cost, you know just what I mean.
A certain earthquake, and then a certain storm.
I've lived here, in my state. All my life.
Raised by my grandparents, you see. So I've seen a lot. Such as storms.
But I never felt an earthquake before, and to be honest when that one happened? Not impressed. I honestly thought a tree fell in my backyard. (We have a lot of trees around my area, you see.)
And that storm. That big old storm did absolutely nothing to us. Now yes, I know it was worst in the upper part of the state, but for my part that has a lot of water around; it didn't do much. At least from what I saw. I mean, the power cut for an hour the night it happened and once again at 1:35, and got back on at 4:30 next evening. So we did loose power.
But in all, the weather didn't really.. impress me. For the first hurricane I was in, I expected a little' more "unf". It just seemed like a really dark drizzle storm. To my grandfather and myself, at least.