Sorry to hear about your friend, Dizik
I've never experienced a tornado, and hopefully never will. We get dust devils in eastern WA and they're spooky enough (I once happened to be right next to one as it kicked off and it was like gravity briefly reversed and a wheelbarrow-sized load of loose dirt spontaneously lifted off and started rotating). But something I hadn't really appreciated until I was looking at pictures was how much dirt is in the air during a tornado. I mean, you see all the large chunks of debris but there's a whole lot else in the air that doesn't really show up in the videos. And since there's rain in the air also, it gets wet and turns to mud and you end up with shotgun patterns of mud like this
. I can't imagine what that's like with 200+ mph wind behind it.
Dammit those people need to go to......well actually I dont know where. But dang it enough is enough!
Those people put up a hateful website, which promptly got hacked
and redirected to the American Red Cross. That's about as white hat hacking as it gets (even if they couldn't resist a little taunting in the process).