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have you forgotten about harvey.....

 
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have you forgotten about harvey.....
distraction after distraction....you will never question what happened to the victims of theses disasters.....
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Re: have you forgotten about harvey.....
distraction after distraction....you will never question what happened to the victims of theses disasters.....
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Very much true, OP, but the problem is with the hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico hugging the east coast of Mexico right now while Irma is poised to either hit Florida head on or New Orleans head on, I believe that if Irma hits New Orleans it'll force Katia to go hard north. North Texas no longer has a cold front forecasted next week like it did just yesterday.

So if Katia is forced to go north as Irma gets too close and hits New Orleans it'll be very bad news for both South Oklahoma and North Texas. The Mississippi and Red Rivers will be way too swollen with rain water to much, if any, draining. Louisiana will be completely devastated as the rest of North and South Texas as well. At least half of Texas will be severely to extremely damaged by vast amounts of water damages due to massive flooding almost everywhere.

Houston can't do this again anytime soon as they're currently rebuilding over there. There won't be remotely enough raw materials to rebuild multiple vastly destroyed/flooded cities, especially metropolises all at once if Katia, Irma, and Jose all hit the U.S. roughly the same time but in different sections of the U.S. It WILL absolute pandemonium everywhere because there just won't be remotely enough raw materials to serve everyone. We can't rely on the lumber of the Northwest because all that lumber is going up in smoke almost everywhere currently.

We're facing unfathomable adversity and all what the MSM can do these days is beat their war drums to get us to go to total war on North Korea who hasn't done diddly squat to us yet beyond uttering loads of butt-hurt comments. Big whoop. jerkit What Trump should be doing is focusing on dealing with both immediate and soon-to-happen natural disasters first then we'll deal with North Korea afterwards.
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Harvey who?
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did i forget Harvey?? catfilenails fuckyeah5
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Re: have you forgotten about harvey.....
distraction after distraction....you will never question what happened to the victims of theses disasters.....
 Quoting: seer


Very much true, OP, but the problem is with the hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico hugging the east coast of Mexico right now while Irma is poised to either hit Florida head on or New Orleans head on, I believe that if Irma hits New Orleans it'll force Katia to go hard north. North Texas no longer has a cold front forecasted next week like it did just yesterday.

So if Katia is forced to go north as Irma gets too close and hits New Orleans it'll be very bad news for both South Oklahoma and North Texas. The Mississippi and Red Rivers will be way too swollen with rain water to much, if any, draining. Louisiana will be completely devastated as the rest of North and South Texas as well. At least half of Texas will be severely to extremely damaged by vast amounts of water damages due to massive flooding almost everywhere.

Houston can't do this again anytime soon as they're currently rebuilding over there. There won't be remotely enough raw materials to rebuild multiple vastly destroyed/flooded cities, especially metropolises all at once if Katia, Irma, and Jose all hit the U.S. roughly the same time but in different sections of the U.S. It WILL absolute pandemonium everywhere because there just won't be remotely enough raw materials to serve everyone. We can't rely on the lumber of the Northwest because all that lumber is going up in smoke almost everywhere currently.

We're facing unfathomable adversity and all what the MSM can do these days is beat their war drums to get us to go to total war on North Korea who hasn't done diddly squat to us yet beyond uttering loads of butt-hurt comments. Big whoop. jerkit What Trump should be doing is focusing on dealing with both immediate and soon-to-happen natural disasters first then we'll deal with North Korea afterwards.
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