Houston, We have a problem. We're under water. My Xfinity-Cable is out. We must Shelter-In-Place. Everything is closed, schools, city and county offices, metro and 100's of roads. People have been stranded on freeways for hours. Thousands of homes are flooded. 230+flights canceled. Bush airport closed.  What can I do?

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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

I've been following your plight on the news. Sorry you're having problems from the flooding. All I can say is make sure that you have an inflatable raft at home, just in case you need it.

otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

Oh jan these weather men are going crazy its just a little storm. You need to drive down south to my place and pick up your memorial day shine. Cranberry and blueberry shine. You will be ok. You must not have rode out a hurricane before. I have.

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Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
Otis, I've been in Houston over 30 years. Ike, left me without electricity for a week. Remember about 2 months ago RAIN.
Mike Izsvito Fox 26 said Rain is headed your way toward Galveston. I-45 N @ Main BAD. 288 closed.
I'm coming for my shine, later this year. Its still raining.
otis campbell
otis campbell commented
Oh im ok we saved all the shine and the still. I will ship you shine later this week
otis campbell
otis campbell commented
I rode out alicia in 83 no power for two weeks we would drive to pasadena for ice
PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I saw on the news you were going to have a bad weather day. Not much you can do but hunker down and pray your power stays on. If it goes out have a flashlight and fresh batteries ready (Standard equipment here in FL) and a good book to read and/or a jigsaw puzzle to keep you busy. Stay safe and dry Jan!

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

You could always move out to California ! Can't even remember the last flood up here. We just have earthquakes instead ! No problem ! LOL. Wishing you my best Jan ! Hang in there ! :)

Tris Fray Potter Profile

Don't go outside.  If it's flooded, forget it.

We always have floods here because off all the cyclones, and they're really bad.  Stay inside.  When the floods have died down, buy bottled water and canned food, and always keep some on standby just in case.  Keep listening to the radio, or watching the news for updates, and most importantly, stay safe.

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