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For only $235, you can have an entry system like mine.

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LMAO The median age is 40. Your fuging plot is squeezed in between crack houses and littered streets below sea level.

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From their FB page, the super happening 31st Bday of Tega Cay! Lol Congrats to moving to a golf retirement community 30 minutes from city in middle of nowhere.

 

congrats on moving to the bottom of a fuging bowl next to the ocean dipshit

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Shithole

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When's the next Katrina? I'd like to see fat Pat stading on top of his house with a sign saying "FEED ME"

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Hawk hacks my posts!

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When's the next Katrina? I'd like to see fat Pat stading on top of his house with a sign saying "FEED ME"

 

Yea, but then he wouldnt have internet access and couldnt post 40 times a day. I would truly miss the asskicking that kid gets.

 

 

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My parents house 8 door down didnt flood for Katrina and min got 8 inches and it was all because nobody maned the pumping station for area since it was not safe for operator to be there for hurricane and it wasn't automated, since then, aside from huge improvements, the station can be remotely operated and they built a Hurricane proof shelter to control pumps. Also, my neighborhood isn't below sea level and since we didnt lose natural gas, I spent the hurricane and at my parents house watching TV and movies in air conditioning running off natural gas generator, was like a nice vacation. Especially when the flood insurance checks started coming in. Heck FEMA even gave all the residents $5k each right off the bat for emergency help, needless to say I had a great shopping spree on ebay with it. Please Katrina, come back anytime,

Having grown up on the coast of NC, I don't partake in wishing hurricanes on people.

However, the corruption that took place post Katrina is sad. FEMA throwing $5K at people with natural gas generators soaking up AC while those in the lower 9th ward rotted on rooftops is just awesome to brag about. That is why that Rodrique picture hanging in your house of the blue dog begging for a handout is so fitting.

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How many CD towers did you buy with that $5K?

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My parents house 8 door down didnt flood for Katrina and min got 8 inches and it was all because nobody maned the pumping station for area since it was not safe for operator to be there for hurricane and it wasn't automated, since then, aside from huge improvements, the station can be remotely operated and they built a Hurricane proof shelter to control pumps. Also, my neighborhood isn't below sea level and since we didnt lose natural gas, I spent the hurricane and at my parents house watching TV and movies in air conditioning running off natural gas generator, was like a nice vacation. Especially when the flood insurance checks started coming in. Heck FEMA even gave all the residents $5k each right off the bat for emergency help, needless to say I had a great shopping spree on ebay with it. Please Katrina, come back anytime,

My grandparents' house in Slidell had over 4 feet of water. It cost them 10k to repair.

People like you are the reasons why we're in debt as a country. Instead of giving that free handout to people who desperately need it like those in the lower 9th, you spend it on a lavish CD tower. You're part of the reason your city is such a shithole.

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My parents house 8 door down didnt flood for Katrina and min got 8 inches and it was all because nobody maned the pumping station for area since it was not safe for operator to be there for hurricane and it wasn't automated, since then, aside from huge improvements, the station can be remotely operated and they built a Hurricane proof shelter to control pumps. Also, my neighborhood isn't below sea level and since we didnt lose natural gas, I spent the hurricane and at my parents house watching TV and movies in air conditioning running off natural gas generator, was like a nice vacation. Especially when the flood insurance checks started coming in. Heck FEMA even gave all the residents $5k each right off the bat for emergency help, needless to say I had a great shopping spree on ebay with it. Please Katrina, come back anytime,

 

As if I needed a reason to actually hate you as opposed to just thinking you were a vapid shallow and pathetic human worthy of our pity.

 

Spent the time watching movies?  A Vacation?  While the people who couldn't get out were trapped in a living hell, you were sitting in your AC just a short drive away vacationing.  While I live 800 miles away from the dome and did more to help than you did by opening my home to people displaced by the storm.

 

You are a piece of poo and I honestly hope you meet your untimely and painful end in the very near future.  You dont deserve to draw breath with the rest of us.

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Hawk hacks my posts!

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And the taxes I pay into the city as opposed to the freeloaders run away by storm IS the reason the city is doing so great, much better than Charlotte economically.

LMAO. Yeah, maybe in prostitution.

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