Skip to comments.Horrific Video From Inside Oklahoma School ( Updates )
Posted on 05/23/2013 9:18:47 AM PDT by Hillarys Gate Cult
Video from inside another school and updates.
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I can’t believe the press got some reporting wrong? Has anyone asked Brian Ross if there’s a Tea Party connection to the tornado? Did the tornado’s mother work as a teacher in the school?
Yeah.... I knew the original story wasn’t likely true. My wife used to teach in that school. There was no basement.
You didn’t (and won’t) see survivors here use the event to blast the current Presidential administration and his party.
There is enough room for a universe between the two types of survivors.
“Adversity is the thing that introduces a man to himself”.
P.S. This was sent to me from my brother who lives in Moore. Dark humor in the midst of destruction. He and his family live about two miles north of the tornado track all OK.
These tough, humble, hard working, loving Okies make me so proud of them.
They personify the attitude of if you don’t like it, change it, if you can’t change, it accept it and if you can’t accept it, move on.
It is hard to be grateful when you have lost so much and dreadful when you have lost someone.
Funny thing about Oklahoma. If you have been there a few generations it is hard not to run into someone who knows someone you know. That makes it harder to hide your character. You know who to be wary of but it also brings you closer together.
God bless those who suffered and their families. God bless the souls of those who left us.
In 1988 the AF transferred me from overseas to Tinker AFB in OKC. I have to be honest, Oklahoma was the last place on the face of the earth I wanted to be stationed. Six months after we moved here I realized that this is where I was going to retire. Since then we’ve been through the Bombing, close calls from tornados, hailstorms that require you to replace the roof every 6-8 years, drought and summer heat. But we wouldn’t live anyplace else.
I lived in Lawton for awhile, I never thought of living in OK permanently, only because it never came up, but Oklahoma does grow on you, it seems to be a pretty good state.