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    Re: Roll Call: Oklahomans, please check in...

    While the map doesn't really show it , tornadoes, earthquakes and hurricanes all make their selves known in the state. Flooding, heat and humidity are yearly happenings and we even have forest fires!

    When I moved here from California many years back I thought I was escaping all the natural disasters for which California is justifiably renown. When you add in the lousy food which the natives seem impressed with and one wonders why you would live here. On the bright side, while taxes are not the lowest in the land, they are much lower than the Golden State. We also have three good seasons, with Spring and Fall being spectacular. It is also, in Winter, often not much colder than California too.

    I hear Oregon is very nice, if you can get over the congested dog and bike trails and its' distance from anywhere where things are happening!

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    Re: Roll Call: Oklahomans, please check in...

    While we get our share of tornado action in WI they are so confined in their area and path of destruction that I have never been concerned about them. Even the big one in 1984 that leveled the town of Barnaveld WI was about a half mile long by a several hundred feet wide. If you lived a half mile either side of it you were fine. I was out bar hopping that night and about 10 minutes after it tore down Barnaveld it passed right over me as just a bad thunderstorm. Most touch down in a field and bother nobody.
    That was what made the OK one so unusual the long and wide path was much more like a Hurricane in scope of destruction.

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