The End of Morakot

Typhoon Morakot because very disorganized and fell apart at the end.  While it blew significantly on Friday during the day, not much else happened of of note after that.  The good news is that while not very destructive (turns out I was very wrong about that – the southern part of Taiwan was devastated, while we had a relatively mild experience in the north), Typhoon Morakot did fill up Taiwan’s reservoirs with much needed rainwater.  We needed the water, not the damage, and that’s just what we got!

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  1. I saw that hotel building fail. Hopefully, no one’s hurt and it’s rebuilt with the proper reinforcement. The owner wakes up to the news and reacts “What do you mean it’s floating in the water?” LOL
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    1. Mitesh, that’s someone’s livelihood that just went over the side. i’m thinking that bad jokes about it aren’t really appropriate? the hotel was over 30 years old.

  2. Can you please set up a feed for all comments? If you check my blog, it’s the “all comments” button it’s in the right column. I’m sure wordpress and feedburner has something like that. Cheers.
    .-= Mitesh Damania´s last blog ..Sliders: The Pilot =-.

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