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Things that go bump in the night

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by eric strt6, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. eric strt6

    eric strt6 Resident Curmudgeon

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    3:45am Sunday morning on hwy 9, 120' doug fir into the wires [phone] and across the road





     
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  2. kev211

    kev211 Monkey

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    was there a fire? Or just a tree and wires on the ground?
     
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  3. eric strt6

    eric strt6 Resident Curmudgeon

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    no fire, phone lines, lots of wind and rain. red in the first pic is a roadway flare
     
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    kev211 Monkey

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    Oh, well check out my avatar. thats some crazy sh*t thats at 6am in october 2007 before we got evacuated from our home. the gray is not clouds... Its smoke from 3 (i believe) of the 8 fires burning San diego. thats crazy. What does it have to do with your post? If you can see the palm tree, its being blown by 60-80mph winds (i think they said.) The picture was taken from the front of our house outward. Ive got a ton more pics if you guys wan to see. :monkeydance:
     
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  5. JohnE

    JohnE filthy rascist

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    If no one was around to hear it, did it still go bump?
     
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    kev211 Monkey

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    whats that?
     
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