McKenzie hit by tornado

Submitted by George on 1/15/05 at 10:39 AM. ( )

And that's not a joke.

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Holy cow

This response submitted by Bradlee on 1/15/05 at 11:01 AM. ( )

Alteast no one was hurt . Sounds like they have great neighbors to help them also . Hope everything goes well for those guys . If i understood right , they are still taking orders and shipping out . Bradlee

Holly cow

This response submitted by Evelyn on 1/15/05 at 12:49 PM. ( )

like Bradlee said at least no one was hurt. And I take it they had insurance on the building so that will help to rebuild.

Yes Sir

This response submitted by CapeFear on 1/15/05 at 7:33 PM. ( )

I'm about 45 mins from Granite Quarry, and I was on the computer at about 2am, when it got real hairy outside. Glad to hear no one was injured. Would have been nice to wake up the next day and find some taxidermy supplies had landed in my yard though! 0-; Marc R.


This response submitted by b on 1/18/05 at 12:34 PM. ( )

They willl simply increase their prices, And Rebuild

what a genius

This response submitted by Bill Yox on 1/19/05 at 12:37 AM. ( )

Oh yeah, theyll increase the prices, just to put us taxidermists all out of biz. Yep, theyd then be as sharp as you, Einstein. THEN who would they sell to? Do you think these things through first? Geez, I wonder why they have insurance for, then? I know I sound like a jerk here too, but for Cripes sake, enough is enough with this crap already. Is this the first time some of you have ever seen a business run right? Youll knock McKenzie yet shop Walmart. Go figure...At least the companies came to McKenzie to sell, unlike Walmart, who just lowered prices to clean out every ma and pa store (competition) around.

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