by Richard Loomis
First Steve Jackson and now you -- I think game designers all need to get to high ground!
Sorry you have to deal with that mess.
Glad you're safe.
Hope clean up is easy.
Didn't feel proper to click "Like" for this. Hope your insurance compensates you properly and that you get plenty of local help to clean up. Much sympathy, and wish we could be there. (To, I guess, limp around and drop things. 'at's all I seem to be useful for these days.)
Sorry to hear about the flooding. Hope the insurers live up to their promises and that the pizzas are worth the work!
I'm with those who are willing to (still) wait. "Late" is better than "rushed" and offering a PDF for proofing/critique/ranting seems an excellent idea...
Good luck with the cleanup. If I weren't on the wrong half of the country, I'd be tempted to head down and help.
Ow, sorry to hear that. No rush here.
Jason: Sorry, I didn't see your question until just now. I plan to start about 9am and continue until done.
I am so sorry for the damages and loss of personal items you have had, and am glad that you are well and safe.
What is the time frame tomorrow you are looking at that you need help? I can try and get a half day at work.
Sorry to hear about that... Hope things aren't too waterlogged.
Some friends of mine live in Arizona and they sent photos of just how flooded things were. I hope you are able to salvage things close to your heart.
Sorry to hear that, Richard. Hope you get things sorted soon.
Good news! Insurance payout!
Bad news! Global warming changing weather patterns!
I'm sorry to hear that. I have some friends and family down there, so I'd heard some first hand accounts of how terrible things had gotten. Take your time, I hope not too much was lost.
That stinks. Feel free to tell your insurance adjuster that we all would have paid top-dollar for that highly collectable inventory that got soaked.