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#1
PhilipDT

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  • LocationCapital Federal
Saw this on lanacion.com.ar and thought it was worth sharing.

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I was right over near where that lightning is striking last night during the storm, flash/boom non stop for an hour.

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Gringoboy

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  • LocationLa Lucila, Buenos Aires
It certainly was a cracker!
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#3
frenchie

frenchie
Weird, isn't the Fragata Libertad in Ushuaïa right now?

http://www.argentina...eros-en-ushuaia

#4
internationalguy

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  • LocationBarrio Norte
That's not Libertad. That's a different one and has been there for a long time. Libertad was docked between Buquebus and Migraciones.

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frenchie, on 28 March 2014 - 02:17 PM, said:

Weird, isn't the Fragata Libertad in Ushuaïa right now?

http://www.argentina...eros-en-ushuaia

Thats the Sarmiento. I think is a museum.

#6
frenchie

frenchie
Thanks :mellow: !

#7
GS_Dirtboy

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  • Location23,000 ft. and climbing
If that strike was somewhere around 8:15 pm then that must be my building.  The lighting and thunder hit simultaneously and my patio doors were open.  Scared the crap out of me!
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lacoqueta

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GS_Dirtboy, on 28 March 2014 - 03:15 PM, said:

If that strike was somewhere around 8:15 pm then that must be my building.  The lighting and thunder hit simultaneously and my patio doors were open.  Scared the crap out of me!

YOU SCARED? I'm glad I stayed in with doors closed!
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ajoknoblauch

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At times like those, I'm pleased we're not in a PH or on the planta baja.
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#10
ghost

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GS_Dirtboy, on 28 March 2014 - 03:15 PM, said:

If that strike was somewhere around 8:15 pm then that must be my building.  The lighting and thunder hit simultaneously and my patio doors were open.  Scared the crap out of me!
Only if you had to fly through it at 20,000 ft.




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