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Hurricane Sandy Damage Amplified By Breakneck Development Of Coast


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#11 thefuzz

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 04:31 PM

I actually think there were people who questioned the same thing in NO, but maybe not loudly.



OK to hate on the wealthy.

Horrible to hate on the poor.


The federal government has it's fingers in too many things these days, and because of that do nothing well.

#12 thatlookseasy

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Posted 12 November 2012 - 04:56 PM

No one said a word when they were helping the "poor" down in New Orleans.

Just another government program that "we can't live without".


Actually I remember having quite a few discussions on the benefits of rebuilding a city located in a god damn swamp below sea level. Also- nobody "said a word when they were helping the poor" because there wasnt a lot of help going to anyone after Katrina.

Looks like the same thing is happening here. There will be a few people talking about it, but most will not even question rebuilding after a storm, even if its painfully obvious we will be doing it again later


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