The superstorm of ’93.  The tornadoes of ’08.  The snowpocalypse of ’14.  Here in Georgia we tend to remember when mother nature comes a-knocking.  Sure, Florida has its hurricanes and California has its earthquakes.  Oklahoma has monster tornadoes and Colorado has wildfires. But those people are used to that sort of stuff right?  When Georgia gets hit, we get hit hard.  Ice storms and floods, tornadoes and hurricanes, we might not have it as rough as some of these other states, but we get a lot of action and we’re not the best at dealing with it.

At least, that’s the conventional line of thought. 

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