I'm not ashamed to admit I get a churning in the pit of my stomach when I see hurricanes forming in the Gulf. The closer a major storm approaches landfall, the more I find myself repeating phrases like “Not again. Not this time. Turn out to sea. Weaken. Dissipate.” When a hurricane hits land, it robs those of us in its path of our sense of security and replaces it with great discomfort and angst. Those of us impacted are forced to rebuild our homes, our businesses, our ...

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