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Don't you realize, Dragon,...
...that all this coverage makes excellent Darwin Awards research material?
re: TV coverage
.... when TV coverage was in it's younger days.
There would be fools surfing.
And one woman took her young child to the sea wall to ''watch the hurricane''.
As for TV coverage, it possibly serves some purposes. besides showing hat happens, and save lives with the information. They warn about clogged highways, no gasoline, etc. It also can help raise donations to agencies like the Red Cross. I know that last year a crew of electrical workers went to Florida to help restore power. I mention that because I know how grateful we were in my area when crews from other states came to help restore power following a massive ice storm.
A good reminder that there can always be something around the corner to disrupt people's lives.
Not to sound heartless, but I have not missed all of the political stuff.
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Then, of course, there were all those people who went down
to the beach to see the Tsunami. Bad mistake.
Standing in line at the beginning of life
and God said "Here's your brains," and these people thought He said "Here's your train." Already had one of those, so they turned him down.
Going out in a hurricane is almost as silly as
voting Democrat. :-P
A lighthearted jest towards my Democrat brethren on the board.