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BossHog

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BossHog

This thing has gone seriously off the rails in the last two hours.

 

9 PM update from JMA for tomorrow morning:

 

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165 knots is like 305 kph which is the cruising speed of a Japanese bullet train!

 

 

 

 

 

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This thing has gone seriously off the rails in the last two hours.

 

9 PM update from JMA for tomorrow morning:

 

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165 knots is like 305 kph which is the cruising speed of a Japanese bullet train!

Coincidence perhaps but the storm itself is moving at the cruising speed of an amtrak train.
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musicman666

Much like Hong Kong there was a very good reason Cebu is the oldest colonial settlement in the Philippines.....

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rainymike

Looks like the hurricane season is settling in. We've begun stocking up our pantry even though we're outside the path of most typhoons.

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Skywalker

Northern Luzon seems to get the rough end of typhoons, it's a wonder anyone lives there at all.

 

We will pick up the peripheral wind and rain, which is pretty much how it usually is.

 

Been raining a lot lately - usually precipitated (pre word for James to mull over) by me going out on the scooter.

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lolhahaha

Read recently that the Philippines government has only completed 1% of their projects, 5000 or so, from Yolanda.

 

I guess we will find out if any of that is going to improve under the new government because this typhoon is likely to wipe out a large portion of northern Luzon. Should be starting to do the damage right about now.

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liquido

Man that sucker is scary... Thats one nice perk of living here in Davao is being out of the typhoon belt..

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Read recently that the Philippines government has only completed 1% of their projects, 5000 or so, from Yolanda.

 

Thats probably pretty close....seems most of the money donated vanished into thin air...or somebody's pocket..

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