Texas Tornado Cake ~ It is a copycat recipe based on a popular dessert served at Duff’s Famous Smorgasbord buffet-style restaurants during the 1980’s and 1990’s... It’s a sweet and super moist cake that is packed with fruit and topped with a walnut and coconut icing!
ANDOVER, Kansas, April 26, 1991, F5. Three (arguably four) of the most famous tornado videos were shot during the severe Kansas tornado outbreak on this day. Two were of this monster storm that hit Andover, one was the so-called Kansas Turnpike Tornado, a lesser F2, and another well-known one featured the Red Rock, OK, F4. This is only part of Earl Evans' famous footage of the Andover storm, the largest of the 55-twister outbreak. (KevinR@Ky)
Really interesting footage, but honestly the storm chasers (adult men) act like middle school boys, sound like middle school girls, and just don't quite make the shift to expressing dismay at the destruction sound very convincing. Playing it with the sound off might be the best choice.
El DORADO LAKE / KANSAS TURNPIKE Overpass, Kansas, April 26, 1991, F2. Possibly the most famous tornado video ever, this dramatic scramble by a TV news crew to outrun and take shelter from a fast-moving tornado within the girders of an overpass influenced countless citizens thereafter to seek shelter from tornadoes under expressways. The ultimate result was several deaths and many injuries, and strong advisories from weather experts to NOT do this. (KevinR@Ky)
“Regardless of what happens externally, I’m so confident and centered internally. It’s like a tornado, right? Everything’s like crazy out here, but in the center of the tornado, you can just chill there and look up and say, ‘Wow, what a...
Job 38: 1-3. Then the LORD spoke to Job out of the storm. He said: “Who is this that obscures my plans with words without knowledge? Brace yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer me."
Sugar Skull V-neck: This super soft Bella dark heather v-neck features our famous Sugar Skull design and even has an extra process that covers the print with "sugar sparkles!" Hand drawn by Oklahoma artist Kent Johnson, it is chock full of Okie icons from scissortails to tornados.