The Shoutbox
Originally Posted by Wyldesyde19
Originally Posted by NedStark09
Originally Posted by Wyldesyde19
Originally Posted by NedStark09
We had Tornado warning earlier here and we never get them here cause its hard to land on a place with lots of hills
Hills have nothing fb to do with it. If the conditions are right, a tornado will form, regardless of presence of said hills
Ofcourse I Know That but Tornados do better on flat land. They loose steam fast on hill terrain. I should know i only lived in WV a hill state for 41 years
Again, this is false. Terrain has nothing to do with how well a tornado performs. Hill terrain will not hinder it in any way. Living in WV is irrelevant here.
I mean, this is basic science were talking here.
I dont care what science says all the time have lived here when they have formed and yes can touch annywhere. Just saying a Flat area in ohio will have more damage because can build up more speed on a flat ground.
yeah and you hear be in doorways during and earth quake but it dont show what happens of house shakes apart and is no door. Common since with tornados or earth quakes. If have a basement and it dont leak go there.
As kids we were always told to jump into a ditch if a tornado was headed your way and you were caught outside. Not sure how true that is but it makes some sense, less exposure to debris and all. I did find this excerpt from an article that talks about tornadoes and myths:


Just because tornadoes are often observed traveling over miles of flat, open terrain, such as the Great Plains, doesn't mean they can't travel across rugged land or climb to higher elevations (although doing so can weaken them significantly).
Originally Posted by NedStark09
Originally Posted by Wyldesyde19
Originally Posted by NedStark09
We had Tornado warning earlier here and we never get them here cause its hard to land on a place with lots of hills
Hills have nothing fb to do with it. If the conditions are right, a tornado will form, regardless of presence of said hills
Ofcourse I Know That but Tornados do better on flat land. They loose steam fast on hill terrain. I should know i only lived in WV a hill state for 41 years
Again, this is false. Terrain has nothing to do with how well a tornado performs. Hill terrain will not hinder it in any way. Living in WV is irrelevant here.
I mean, this is basic science were talking here.
Originally Posted by Wyldesyde19
Originally Posted by NedStark09
We had Tornado warning earlier here and we never get them here cause its hard to land on a place with lots of hills
Hills have nothing fb to do with it. If the conditions are right, a tornado will form, regardless of presence of said hills
Ofcourse I Know That but Tornados do better on flat land. They loose steam fast on hill terrain. I should know i only lived in WV a hill state for 41 years
Do We ever know if Captain America and Peggys niece ever had a date or coffee or more then that.
So after rewatching Captain America 1 I think its safe to say then Captain got his date.
The order finally came down. I may be working from home by the end of the week.
I've been flim-flammed!

I had a rare item on eBay with a reserve. Got stoked because the reserve was off, only to come back later and see the bids were gone.

Apparently you can bid up to reveal a reserve and then cancel that bid. Maybe rules, gbg or anybody that really know eBay can weigh in.