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MyWasteOfTime : Wow that's hard to watch... Raw emotion! Glad they were safe in the end!

don't care : Amazing job man, you got through the shock got your bearings and made good calls. Thats not easy to do in a situation like that.

Rays Metal Tracks : 2:10 "what are we gonna do?!" I'd kneel down, thank GOD I'm alive, my family is alive, and I can still walk.

Rez : He survived along with his wife and dog, he's not an idiot.

Mr. Crash : House maybe destroyed but nothing can replace a life. Thank god y’all ok

Peyton Snyder : I personally know this guy! He is not an idiot. I don't think that this video shows in anyway that he is an idiot!

Fabian Jimenez : Like how he's concerned for others wellbeing. God bless this kind hearted man. I hope everything was taken care of by your home insurance. Holly Molly that was a close one indeed

Nosferatu Zodd : The way he says "Our house, is frickin destroyed Josie!" Sounds like it's a joke in some sitcom lol

Joshua .S : This guy was actually quite calm considering. After the initial shock was over he took action, got his daughter out and went to help his neighbors, quite a upstanding guy I bet. Glad they are ok. Very erie at the end with the sirens going still.

TallYz : im gonna cry just watching it how peopel lose their houses and can't do anything about it...... it's sad.......

SDS4800 : I heard tornadoes sound like freight trains when they hit a house.... it sounds like a chainsaw

oleheat : Poor people! But Thank God they survived!!!

eLi FILMS : Josie, you're the source of my frustration

Benjanim Hgist : anyone else hear a chainsaw

Kris Carroll : No need to cry about material possessions. Insurance covers it. Can't get a life back

Moto_Nerd : 0:41 even the house was crying.

troyrblb44 : Guy sounds exactly like Danny McBride

Matt Willard : Why is he an idiot? I'd say this is a pretty standard reaction, and him and his wife and whoever Autumn is, are unhurt. I'd say good job fella, and good luck from here on out!

Suzane Carver : He's not an idiot...

John Lawler : At least the nordic track made it...

Dave Rose : God bless you and your family so glad you survived , really hope your home is back together

Erika Hansen : How are you guys doing now? Have you been able to rebuild?

John Smith : If it's tornado weather, take 5-10 minutes to throw together a simple go bag. Clothes, shoes, water, snacks, phone/charger, wallet, basic medical, car keys and so on.

Leone : This is exactly why I don’t live in tornado areas. I’m fine with small earthquakes that happen every maybe 10 years here in LA.

garrett decker : I'm so relieved that they were okay. Losing the home is heartbreaking, but what a gift it is to be able to feel that still.

LouisianaBoy1990 : I bet that wasn't even a direct hit either..

G Ingelido : That poor family; thank goodness everyone seemed alright... where did this occur anyway out of curiosity?

Jonathan Raymond : You are alive lady! Quit that bickering!

Caleb Martin : That's my step dads video stop trying to get outher people stuff for views

Betty Powers : I feel sad for this man

Havoc The Outlaw : That's really tough to watch without losing it. I feel so bad for any victims of disaster like this. My heart goes out you and everyone else affected. God bless y'all and I'm glad y'all are ok. Love from Texas.

Ulysses Vaughan : Not gonna lie I totally would've done that too.

Carrie W : Dude, I know you have to have other footage, why didn't you post more? I HOPE you're ok now. I'm sorry this happened to your family:(

MiaGacha Music : That’s Oklahoma for you. Ever heard of the Moore tornado? I was in the center of that. My mother lost her life.

アルピー : On the bright side, the ceiling fan still works...

Bianca Aletti : wtf this tornado got more terrifying by sounding like a chainsaw?!

quietshadow : If "Josie" is his wife, he should consider this tornado as a sign to get a divorce.

Jason King : Bad... but an opportunity to move to a state where tornados are less likely to happen.....

Black Hat Ty : I keep thinking of Shelia and Randy from South Park for some reason...

A Fury : I’m so sorry about what happened and glad you’re alive But in this situation, never been in a tornado situation but other disaster and emergency situations, there really is no point in crying Again, I feel horrible about the house and in that moment seeing that provokes hardcore, raw, and heavy emotions. But crying doesn’t help. I know people are different and the situation is not easy to handle but again my point is, the last thing you want to do is breakdown and lose it, it’s VERY hard to stay calm but you have to think clearly and come to terms with reality and come to term with the situation at hand immediately.

Tonya Wallace : This bought serious flashbacks of the ones we had in Alabama. Thank God this family made it through

LBS Sax Guy : Yeah, I’ll just have your roof for dinner, thank you very much, yep, scuse me. On a July, 19, 2018 an EF3 Tornado rips up my street and the north part of Marshalltown Iowa, at 4:45 pm.

MɨҡɛʏքօօɦɮɛaʀJaċҡsօռ : Just listening to the tornado siren at the end was creepy.

Kahsim V : Lots of respect for having the guts to run the show, protect your family, and keep filming all at once brother. You're a strong soul

Soft Raccoon : at least they finally got out of the house before it collapsed.

LifeisGreat : Looks like Josie should have went on a vacation far away...

Kithro Games : Why I live in the mountains

Dreyness : People love to say, "well don't live there then!". That's just a stupid thing to say, it's not always as simple as that, a lot of these people have lived in these areas their whole lives and can't afford to move out of state, they could have sick relatives that they are taking care of nearby, or any number of other reasons. The fact that considering how rare it is for your house to take a direct hit from a devastatingly powerful tornado, it is worth the risk for some people who absolutely adore living in the plains of the U.S.. It doesn't matter where you live, there are always risks of severe weather whether it's earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanoes(is that considered severe weather?? LOL), severe drought, forest fires, hell even powerful snowstorms can destroy your home. My home was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy and I still have no desire to move away from the coast, although ever since then I get a lot more anxious during hurricane season than I used to. I'm just happy for this family getting through this tragedy safely, this man filming it did the right thing and immediately ran inside to protect his wife. Not like that Clem Schultz guy who just stood there filming a tornado getting closer and closer to his house for numerous minutes, he continued filming the whole time and never ran downstairs to protect his wife who was actually killed by it, while he survived. He said that, "It was too late to do anything once I realized the tornado wasn't going to pass us by", but a real man would have charged downstairs and covered up his wife with his body if that was the only thing there was, I don't fucking care that he was 85 years old. Not to go off on a rant about that guy, but I was so angry the first time I saw his video and learned he just stood there filming while his wife was killed, but not him.

v : God bless this couple 😔🙏🏻 must be so hard 😔

tewtsie rolls : This dude kept his cool while hisnwife was having a masssive orgasm the whole time bravo