DON’T BE A LIGHTNING ROD…


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WE HAD A PRETTY STRONG STORM A WEEK OR SO BACK. LOTS OF THUNDER, LOTS OF LIGHTNING.

JUST DOWN THE STREET, LIGHTNING PICKED A TARGET AND THIS IS THE RESULT. 

I MYSELF HAVE DECIDED THAT THE NEXT TIME I HEAR THUNDER I WILL CRAWL INTO MY ANTI-LIGHTNING POD, WHICH I KEEP STORED UNDER MY BED. I SUGGEST THAT YOU ALL GO OUT AND PURCHASE ONE OF THESE PODS RIGHT AWAY,EVEN THOUGH THEY DON’T REALLY EXIST.

6 thoughts on “DON’T BE A LIGHTNING ROD…”

  1. I was struck by lightening once. When I was in college (the first time) I worked as a chambermaid to help pay tuition. My friend and I were walking to work in our white uniforms and white, thick rubber soled shoes. I held the umbrella which a had a big rubber handle. The lightening hit the tip of the umbrella and travelled down the spokes. One of the spokes connected with my friend and she went flying in the air and landed about 10 yards away from me, flat on her butt. The umbrella was destroyed we were pretty shaky the rest of the day but we survived. I still believe it was those 2 inch soles on our white “Munster” shoes we were forced to wear that saved our lives.

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