I did have a question. In many of the accounts of the Joplin tornado—and there are quite a number of books out there—survivors recount a curious “calm” in the middle of the tornado’s onslaught. Some state that it was an “eye,” while others deny such a thing exists. Luke Dittrich’s acclaimed account of the Fastrip station, which was published in Esquire magazine and is now posted online, makes a distinction between the “storm preceding it” and the tornado itself, but can the storm suck the front of a service station straight up “like a skyrocket”? Thanks for your feedback!