• Storms Worth Remembering

    Posted on October 15th, 2009

    Written by Wayne Brackin

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    Storm Fever

     

    Sometimes, when you have a plan it is best to just stick to it.  There was this RV dealer who had done his best to prepare for a storm that was headed his way.  He had his insurance up to date, his lot clean and secure, all of his units prepared as best as could be done, and had photographed and videoed everything just in case.  Still he worried himself by continuously watching the news, which got more and more inflammatory as the time shortened.  Finally, he couldn’t take it anymore and decided that he had to take action.  He decided to move his RV’s about 30 miles north to what he thought would be safer ground.  The boat dealer across the street sees this guy starting to move and, since misery loves company, decides to panic as well and begins moving his boats to same place.  As we all know, trying to predict landfall with that kind of certainty is not possible.  So you can see the end of this story coming, this storm zigged instead of zagged and went directly to the newly located RV’s and boats and destroyed them all.  The place where they moved them from?  It just missed the storm by a few miles and was untouched. 
     

     

     

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    I been in the right place
    But it must have been the wrong time
    I’d have said the right thing
    But I must have used the wrong line
    I’d a took the right road
    But I must have took a wrong turn
    Would have made the right move
    But I made it at the wrong time

    Right Place, Wrong Time- Dr. John

     

     

     

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