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Matt Foley

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Per me si va ne la città dolente,

per me si va ne l'etterno dolore,

per me si va tra la perduta gente.

Giustizia mosse il mio alto fattore:

fecemi la divina podestate,

la somma sapienza e 'l primo amore.

Dinanzi a me non fuor cose create

se non etterne, e io etterno duro.

Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'entrate

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Per me si va ne la città dolente,

per me si va ne l'etterno dolore,

per me si va tra la perduta gente.

Giustizia mosse il mio alto fattore:

fecemi la divina podestate,

la somma sapienza e 'l primo amore.

Dinanzi a me non fuor cose create

se non etterne, e io etterno duro.

Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'entrate

Evidently Mr. Scrum's an educated man.

Now I really hate him.

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Just got the following AP alert on my iPhone:

"Leading Haitian senator: Deaths may reach 500,000 based on destruction, but no firm figures."

I hadn't heard any estimates even close to this figure before now. Let's hope this guy doesn't reall know what he's talking about b/c that's more than 5% of Haiti's population.

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Millions not Billions.

We are talking basic human needs here. While I feel bad for kids in Florida without coats most of them have shelter and water and are not on the verge of dying.

Not to change the subject , but are you sure about that? somebody is dying in Florida...

http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local-beat/Miamis-First-Cold-Weather-Death-Confirmed-81248747.html

A 77-year-old man died of hypothermia Tuesday in what could be considered the first death in Miami that could be attributed to the record cold weather that has lingered in the city.

Wilfredo Arreyes died at Jackson Memorial Hospital and his roommate Miguel Alemon, 93, is still in critical condition after the two spent days in the frigid cold weather with no heat or covers in their apartment on Northwest 10th Avenue and Northwest 2nd Street in Little Havana.

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We have facilities and infrastructure to help these dumbass clowns.

The Haitians have like nothing.

The two situations are not even remotely comparable and the fact that anybody is even trying is maybe the reason why tigers eat their young.

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We have facilities and infrastructure to help these dumbass clowns.

The Haitians have like nothing.

The two situations are not even remotely comparable and the fact that anybody is even trying is maybe the reason why tigers eat their young.

Is that why family services checked on the Woods household last month?

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We have facilities and infrastructure to help these dumbass clowns.

The Haitians have like nothing.

The two situations are not even remotely comparable and the fact that anybody is even trying is maybe the reason why tigers eat their young.

Oh, I know we will help and so will alot of the World, but we can do both.

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Nope,it seems they didnt..one child was sent to school wrapped in a blanket..I find that as sad as Haiti.

Oh

DID YOU KNOW THERE ARE KIDS IN NORTH DAKOTA THAT DON'T HAVE FLIP FLOPS?!!!1!! IT'S SO HORRIBLE!!1!!!

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Obviously the haitian situation is worse than kids without jackets..my point is if Americans want to help foreign countries in crisis,there are plenty of Organizations they can donate to...I feel that before we try to save the world, we should take care of our own first...the shelters were over flowing and folks were freezing under bridges...HERE.

If the Government wants to throw money at those in need, they should throw it here in the good ole US of A...

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