Skip to comments.Freepers, the Cayman Island need your prayers
Posted on 09/11/2004 5:01:07 PM PDT by Raebie
It looks like the Cayman Islands are about to be devastated by Ivan. Please send thoughts and prayers to this tiny island.
Email good thoughts to:
They are broadcasting live at this station as long as possible:
(Click on the "vibe is streaming live" link in the upper left corner.
My niece just started med school on Grand Cayman. I was hoping the storm would go north.
Yes, I am praying. Prayers welcomed.
They just acknowledged the people listening to them via streaming audio and thanking people for the prayers.
prayers seem to be working...after miraculous near miss of jamaica ivan is still moving west and not northwest and things are looking possible that a miss of a direct hit of grand cayman is now possible.
Prayers going up for them and to all in Ivan's path!
Can't say the same for the crooks with dirty money invested there. More than $420 billion in assets which amounts to $15 million for every man, woman, and child in the country.
I'm a nice person. And I've visited the Caymans a few times recently. You may make any inference you wish from that ;-)
Praying for their protection.
Keep emailing them your good thoughts and prayers. They are extremely appreciative and are excited to have so many friends off island.
We're praying indeed.
I'm all for depriving the government of more spending money.
Seems they've been knocked off the air already. At least they know we're thinking about them.
My sentiments exactly, LOL! If they think I'm going to maintain my lifestyle during retirement by relying on my 401(k) or the capitlal gain from selling my home, well I'm here to tell you, that won't fly ;-)
Prayers on the way!
Eight Mile BNeach will soon be either 4 mile, or 14 mile beach..
The diving off turtle reef was great!
Hell, even the diving in the harbour was great. And I got introdiced to a very good Belgian lager: Stella Artois. Wish I could find it here in Indy.
Well, there's hope. Jamaica was spared a direct hit. Perhaps the Caymans will get lucky as well.
I'll have to try that. Bass Ale is still my choice for now.
Hope so..at least the turtles will survive....as I recall..the highest point on the island, isn't..really..it could all be under water..
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