How to Survive Flash Floods on Newsfeed - Recent flash floods in Memphis, TN has brought awareness to the dangerous situation, and there are things you can do to make yourself safe besides the only thing I know to do, put on kid’s floaties and scream really loud. Flash floods happen roughly 6 hours after a severe thunderstorm. Be aware of the weather if you live in a low lying area and maybe plan on hanging out on higher ground for a few hours afterwards and trying to name stuff as it floats by like playing one of those exciting road trip games. Stock up on survival supplies in case floods cut off your ability to hit the store for a few days. Buy a lot of canned foods; first aid kit and fresh water… don’t drink the flood water. It’s really gross. The more you know… wait, that’s not our thing
Mississippi River Flooding on Newsfeed - Flooding from the Mississippi river in Memphis, TN has strangely become one of the latest tourist attractions in the region. Which finally answers this question, what state in the US has the least amount of fun things to do? People are travelling hours to get a peak at the damage that the disaster has caused and take pictures of it. Ok, let me just say this… I am pretty sure that it’s never a good idea to drive towards any sort of disaster. Trust me, that new Facebook profile picture you got of you throwing up peace sign in front of the tornado is never worth it.