Hurricane Irma drinking up oceans

Hurricane Irma is an ocean drinking monster that has sucked the ocean away from beaches in Florida and the Bahamas.


 No ocean at the Long Island coasts in the Bahamas, courtesy of hurricane Irma



Millions evacuate Florida in fear of hurricane Irma

About 5.6 million people in Florida (more that one-quarter of the State’s population) are evacuating the State ahead of hurricane Irma.


Massive evacuation ahead of hurricane Irma. Photo: Robert Ray/ CNN

And in up-north Georgia, more than 540,000 people have been ordered to leave the coastal region inland.

Irma is a category 5 hurricane, with winds billowing above 160 mph.

Floridians encouraged to shoot at hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma is fast approaching Florida and bringing with it its wrath.

And the best way Ryan Edwards (from Florida) thinks to deal with the storm is to ‘fire bullets at it’.


The Shoot at Irma page

He created an event on Facebook that has attracted 46,000 people. Thousands are interested in his idea of shooting the storm.

“It’s time we took a stand against this bully!” reads the event description. “This is our home, nobody drives us out of our own territory.

“Join me in this fight as we shoot flames at Hurricane Irma and dissipate her on the spot.”

Hurricane Irma; half a million evacuate Georgia

This is the storm before the storm.


Evacuation already underway in four States: Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina. Photo: Robert Ray/ CNN

Coastal States like Florida, Georgia and Carolinas (North and South) are all in line to get hit by Irma, with Florida predicted to take the first hit which could cause major damages.

Already, 540,000 people are evacuating Georgia inland towards safety.

Evacuation is a very emotional period, because you’re leaving a life, even temporarily, to go to places you’re not so used to.

Our thoughts and prayer continue to go to the affected.

Florida braces for hurricane Irma


Florida residents already evacuating ahead of Hurricane Irma.

What is it with hurricanes these days? Give it up already!

Some people might say Mother Nature is revolting against her children. Some others might say the world is morally decaying and that’s why all these hurricanes are whirling around.

But really, we need a break from this. I mean, nobody is safe anymore, everybody’s running. The world needs a break man.

Is Florida about to experience the same fate as Texas?