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You might want to move out of that area by tonight just in case.

Here is a word from one of the News reporters that just "caught wind" of this storm recently.

This is what he had to say-

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You might want to move out of that area by tonight just in case.

Here is a word from one of the News reporters that just "caught wind" of this storm recently.

This is what he had to say-

Bahaha

I'll be good lol

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haha nice !!

be safe bro !!

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be safe man

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Very nice!

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Might make a video after the curfew is lifted. Go get in the nasty shit

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what left of hurrican Isaac passing through cincinnati ohio...

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well it is a solid what 1000 miles away from when it made landfall? lol its POURING outside right now.

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