Irma: Over 5 Million Homes and Businesses Without Electricity in Florida

September 10th, 2017

Via: Reuters:

Hurricane Irma knocked out power to about 5.8 million homes and businesses in Florida, even as the storm’s power waned as it crept up the state’s west coast, according to state officials and local electric utilities.

3 Responses to “Irma: Over 5 Million Homes and Businesses Without Electricity in Florida”

  1. Eileen Says:

    Yes indeed. Hurricane Irma – the name Irma in German means “Warrior Goddess.” And isn’t such a strange Coinkeydink this storm landed in the US on, or very close to the anniversary of 9/11?
    I an disturbed by this storm on many levels. One, my only remaining immediate family (siblings and nephews alike ) reside in Tampa.
    Secondly, I don’t believe this storm has anything to do with Global Warming or Climate Change. but comes from weather geo-engineering that is, at least in my mind, a full throttle weather war on the USA. Hmm, somebody, somewhere did NOT “like” Trump pulling out of the treaties re “climate change.”
    Courtesy of the WillowsWeb site here are some links:
    Doesn’t matter what I think about anything. You can be the decider.

    On our part, myself and family have just turned off the news (all of us never watch TV anyways). Even on the Web its a flucking song and dance parade of people dancing in the glory of a possible disaster. Seems no one has any SHAME about being in the spotlight anymore or what they do or say in it.
    What a flucking parade.

  2. Eileen Says:

    Here is the link to the full Willows Web article – see “Hurricane Harvey, the Solar Eclipse and Un-Natural Disasters.” The first article is the TOTAL blowback from the article.
    Move on to the second blog post.
    Well worth reading. Stunning to me. Project Popeye. Give me a break.

  3. soothing hex Says:

    Yet another inflation upper. Just keep in mind the ECB warned back in 2014 that inflation was too low for business purposes (apparently too shy to mention public debt issues). Considering how drugs suck up cash… Caribbean trade anyone ?

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