I usually don't post doom threads, but this is kinda surreal BBC News - Arkansas floodwaters hit campsites and leave 16 dead When we camp we know there's a risk of running into wild animals, maybe psycho people. If there's a thunderstorm you run the risk of losing your nice dry tent, you can always wuss out and get a motel. But there's a difference when you're camping at night, warm in bed...then suddenly water. Everywhere! You think at first it's a nightmare, you can't get out, you have no breath. You're inside a bubble you can't escape from, while being dragged with tremendous force. Then you realize this is real.