Volcano Alert...

United States
October 24, 2009 11:30am CST
Do you live near a volcano about to erupt?
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• United States
24 Oct 09
I AM a volcano about ready to erupt!! I wonder if the NWS will issue a warning when I am about ready to blow I am probably at about an alert stage red now eruption is imminent My sister was in Alaska a few months ago when Mt. Redoubt erupted scary stuff that was
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• United States
25 Oct 09
Yes, volcanic eruptions are very impressive, I hope your volcano simmered down with the release of a little steam and a bit of humor found around the lot... I'm not sure which Volcano is alive, I just got the sense that there is a volcano about to blow and figured I might want to look around and see what is known to be going on... Gives hand gestures to sooth the angry spirit calming thoughts to cool the jets that are taking off instead of landing gracefully on all points equal and smooth... Here is to peace all around... If I could I would start with a full body massage starting from the top working down around the neck and all the way to the toes, slow and gentle rubbing out all of the tension... Imagine being at peace... Now to make the children laugh, it always turns a house around, it is always easier to break them with sweet things, and that doesn't have to be sugary sweet, more like encouraging words and nutritious foods maybe something like applesauce cake? I dare say at this time of the year to consider something made with pumpkin... :) This technique also works for grown children that are acting up as well... I know us men can be difficult at times... But as we get older I would think the children are more likely the cause of great stress, us guys are trying to stay on the good side whether or not we succeed that is a whole different story, a good thunk on the head usually works... LOL
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• United States
25 Oct 09
yeah this volcano has simmered a little for the time being its still very volatile though
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• United States
26 Oct 09
I know the feeling... I know the feeling...
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
24 Oct 09
not that I know of am sure there might have been some here thousands of years ago for all the lava rock I see around when driving.
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• United States
25 Oct 09
I didn't think there would be that much Lava rock in your neck of the woods, but then that doesn't surprise me either...
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
25 Oct 09
not right here in town but south and north of us are hill strown with lava rocks and in Idaho there is one big hill of solid lava I used to climb around on it as a kid . probably cant do it any more1
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• United States
25 Oct 09
You could if you wanted too... You just lack that desire for there is no more initiative in taking such chances as you are now older and wiser, a fall takes too long to heal from... It is something that as you get older the healing process takes longer... We have to keep ourselves healthy to retain our youthful vigor that seems to be escaping, with each passing day... Grabs a drink from the fountain of youth and enjoys yet another day, one foot in front of the other... :)
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@dawnald (84069)
• Shingle Springs, California
26 Oct 09
I live a couple of hours drive from Mt. Lassen, but, far as I know, it's not on the verge of erupting. Why?
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• United States
26 Oct 09
Oh' it is one of those I wrote something and usually when I write like that something usually happens... If I write something about the Rafters Rock and the Timbers shake then wham there is an Earthquake, major... Go figure... I was just following my intuition to say that hey' eyes and ears open something could be in the works... The problem is I have no sense of where other than it will happen here on our Earth... Like when Redoubt last blew, I know it was going to happen by a sign I saw in the sky... I could have predicted that 6 hours in advance... Sometimes things like that just happen... So that is why, why, why are roses read and violets blue can't they be purple too?
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@dawnald (84069)
• Shingle Springs, California
27 Oct 09
Why yes they can be purple. You won't ever see one that is a true blue color though!
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• United States
27 Oct 09
Another example of word conflagration violet and purple and how to confuse people I think in elementary school they tried to play with my mind on this and of course add a little more red for magenta... Will violets make you smile when you are blue? More so than roses?
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@quita88 (3716)
• United States
24 Oct 09
No, I live in Oklahoma now. Do you?
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• United States
25 Oct 09
I'm over here on the East Coast, I'm in the state or commonwealth of Pennsylvania...
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@quita88 (3716)
• United States
25 Oct 09
So, tell me, any eruptions lately?
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• United States
25 Oct 09
See the post above... Nothing in the news and now I'm watching or listening to the race... :)
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@sconibear (8011)
• United States
24 Oct 09
Actually, yes............I had two bean burritos and some chili last night. ooooooooooooooooooh GOTTA GO!!!
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• United States
25 Oct 09
And in the morning news it is reported that there is a strange green cloud emanating from the residence of the Bears... Tremors were felt all night long and there is word that a huge eruption could be about to take place... Pressure is building as people are running away in search of fresh air... Gas masks are being handed out by the national guard... And this just in, the Governor of this fine state has just declared a state of emergency as they are looking for Federal Tarp and Fema funds to cover the cost of the clean up. The President just issues a report that there might not be enough money in the treasury to cover the enormous costs that might be associate with such an unnatural disaster... Here hoping everyone survives the passing of time and gas as the period of danger is expected to end sometime in the beginning of the week 24 - 72 hours from now, give or take a day or two... We are patiently awaiting the all clear signal when the particulate counts come back down below the UEL and disipate under the LEL... While the air might once again be considered safe to breath we expect a lingering odor to be present for an unusually long period of time and we are advising all people to stay out of all low areas, all valleys in a 100 square mile radius shall remain under evacuation orders until further notice... Now go out and play nicely on the mountain tops... Staying 100's of feet above the green clouds... Hey! Is that music I hear? It sounds like a Bass...
@sconibear (8011)
• United States
25 Oct 09
Actually, in all seriousness, we really do live about 5 miles from an EXTREMELY active volcano. It's so active, it erupts 4 times a night 7 days a week, weather permitting. It's the volcano in front of The Mirage Hotel Casino.........it's not quite as good as the Belagio fountains, but what do you want for 25 million dollars? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEY_14di9mI
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• United States
25 Oct 09
Are you saying that they have money to burn??? *Puts out hand* Heeheeheee ;) I was looking at the USGS site it looks like the one in Hawaii might be the target, I'm not sure what is going on in the rest of the world but there is a possibility that Kalahua (Sp?) is showing signs of life...
@missybear (11393)
• United States
24 Oct 09
Thank god no i don't. Here in Vegas we are pretty save from natural disasters. Unless you talking about my honey
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• United States
25 Oct 09
I thought I heard something about Vegas and some environmental alert, was that just your honey or are you an accomplice of his? LOL... Heeheheee ;)
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@GardenGerty (116747)
• United States
24 Oct 09
Not that I know of, but sometimes they can surprise you. Do you?
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• United States
25 Oct 09
I'm just on the watch as it happens an eruption would not surprise me if one does occur...
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@cyrus123 (6364)
• United States
25 Oct 09
No, I sure don't and I'm glad! I live in Alabama and although we do have some mountains in this state, I don't live near one. I have been to Hawaii and we saw where some volcanoes had erupted there in the past. That was in 1972 when my parents and I went. I remember when Mount St. Helens erupted several years ago up in Washington State. Kathy.
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• United States
25 Oct 09
I'm just heading off to check the charts now...
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