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That was a question posted in the YouTube chat today. Since I’ve been through both a major hurricane (Andrew in 1992) and earthquake (Northridge 1994), I’m an expert, and gave my well thought out and long-winded answer… Yes, it’s raining hard and the wind is blowing, but where I live in Broward County, FL, we’re outside of the ring of uncertainty. That’s something you learn about at an early age here in Floriduh. Prepared as we can be, we sit like ducks waiting for the storm to hit. Actually, we wait for days, willing the winds to shift ever so slightly, steering the beast away from where we are. It worked for me this time. The storm track moved further and further to the west, so it will slide up Florida’s west coast and make landfall around Tampa. Certainly not good for them, but just what the doctor ordered for Miami/Ft. Lauderdale. But we’re still getting outer bands and tomorrow has been called off. Well, not the whole day, just the Jan 6 hearing that we were ready for… Damn. But the optics. I get it. So today, we’ll talk… Phones are open for anything you’d like to discuss. And I have some clips to share and stories to tell… Showtime 5ET/2PT