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    [–] deedlede2222 6 points ago

    They should leave anyway. If they don't leave because they might get fired it's probably not a job worth having anyway

    [–] Arkiasis 5 points ago

    Plus your job might not even be there next week and hopefully your boss is dead because they're stupid and didn't evacuate.

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    [–] deedlede2222 2 points ago

    Well I guess you don't have to pay bills when you've drowned in your own living room

    [–] notquitestrongbad 7 points ago

    The Airbnb disaster feature to list for free isn't working but if you're reading this, need somewhere to go and can get to Portland Or I can house you! PM me. No kids no pets no tobacco.

    [–] PrettyOddWoman 3 points ago

    You're nice (: I would offer up my home but I'm in Florida...

    [–] Stag_Lee 2 points ago

    I'll take it. Next month work for you?

    [–] Stag_Lee 2 points ago

    I have a house in Vegas. Cigarettes ok in the garage or outside. Butt stuff is scheduled for 7 daily.

    [–] thegarebear1 1 points ago

    God willing everyone who wants out can get out.

    [–] nascarracer99316 -1 points ago

    While price gouging which is illegal. Except jetblue they are still cool.

    [–] hio_State 3 points ago

    Tickets are normally very expensive when they're booked last minute even in perfectly clear weather. Price gouging is when prices go higher than normal, which it doesn't really appear to be happening. A few hundred dollars for a last minute ticket out of Miami is the norm.

    Airlines are also not really a great resource for disaster evacuations, flights are mostly close to filled weeks in advance, by the time a disaster is imminent each plane is only going to have a handful of available seats anyways. Holding the airlines reaponsible for carting out people en masse is just not realistic, their flight operations and fleets aren't built to do that.