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By Gone With the Wind / Monday 12 May 2014 03:29 / United States
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I agree with you #15. A trampoline can be replaced. A family member can't, glad to hear that you and your family are safe OP.

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Trampoline: $40 TV: $200 Watching a trampoline flying on TV only to realize it was yours later on: Priceless. For everything else, there's a credit/debit card...

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#72 Because now at least they have something to boast about in light of their situation. "Hey neighbor, did you see the trampoline flying through the air? Well, it was ours! We made the news!"

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Trampolines just generally like to escape captivity. I once had a water trampoline that got 'lost' on a lake after a storm.

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Typically when sirens are blaring people aren't outside. They're in their shelter. At least that's how it is here in Oklahoma. We take that shit seriously... May of last year was terrible.

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103-- most Oklahomans are the same way, honestly. When the El Reno tornado hit, everyone at my BIL's work place went on with their business (as well as the place next door) until it was literally right there. Everywhere I know just goes about business as usual until we see actual evidence of said tornados. These random earthquakes, however, keep taking us by surprise.

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