Discussion in 'The Bar' started by cheezedbyfate, Jul 26, 2012.
apparantly we all gonna die or somethin'.....
Don't sweat it bro, I took spanish.
I think that means 'right'. Or 'left'. It could be 'yield', but I am pretty certain it does not mean 'stop'.
had one of those come through two weeks ago, fucked shit up like a hurricane. trees down everywhere, power out for a week or more in some places, people died and shit. it's a bigass storm basically.
Walk it off
Next to a hurricane it was the craziest storm I've been in. I thought it was a tornado approaching at first.
I am ON my fucking game. Got it right on the first one.
See, taking Spanish 1 nine times does end up paying off.
lol sup dave
Yea the derecho blew through here last night. Some people have lost power.
I think it is interesting that derecho means both right as in the direction and right like an entitlement, as in human rights. Weird that the same word has two different meanings in another language.
It also means 'straight,' like to go straight, don't turn
yea -- in fact I think that's where the name of the storm comes from -- a straight line of intense storms.
Asshole weather fucks have to add a name to everything.
Thunderstorm is now a derescho....
Last years trend....dust storm became a haboob.....remember that?