Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by pissedoffsol, Jun 20, 2006.
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ok, so it looks like it wasn't a tsunami afterall... just crazxy wind.
i still don't understand why anyone would want to live right next to a HUGE volatile body of water...
i guess its the same reason people want to live in florida or cali..... "it's nice most of the time"
I'll take 3-4 hurricanes a year as opposed to constant rain in the NW, or snow storms in the NE.
hmmm, not sure but i think there were a little more than 3 or 4 last year...
hey now, new york gets more annual rain fall than washington state does.
no complaints from me, washington is a beautiful state...
a volatile body of water ? If Horsehead islands off the coast of Africa landslides, within 5 hours NYC will be no more.
This is Earth, it's all volatile.
correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't NYC also conveniently located next to a big ass body of water?
yeah, but its protected by long island
the only problem i would have with NYC, or the whole eastern seaboard getting hit by a mega tsunami is all the trash would come upstate
i wonder how far inland a mega tsunami could go...
me and you are safe. if water gets this far in, the world is over. lol
i think i'm about 90 miles from NYC...
not sure on elevation change
i think i'm good for anything except a BIG ass nuke...
you'll be good for the blast. and you'll have time to head north to beat the fall out.
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