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Help The Hurricane Victims

All I can say is, I'm really glad that I don't live in Florida. But the people that do live there need your help. I can't even imagine what it would be like to live through four hurricanes within the same six weeks. The shelters are packed, and people need food and supplies. So please be as generous as you can, the holidays are coming soon. Click the links below to donate.

 

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Ryan LaNeve said:

As someone who lives in central Florida, I'd like to thank Robert for caring enough to post this and a huge thank you to anyone who donates either their time or money to the Red Cross or any other disaster relief organization. We could definitely use the help down here!
# September 27, 2004 7:23 PM

denny said:

Yeah, BTW: it's wet, windy, raining, trees break, houses leak, it's a mess whe it happens.

but often we can go decades with no bad ones in a given area... so it's the problem of when it hits.

IMHO: any place you can live has some hazard you must be ready for, quakes in california, tonados in Oklahoma and other states, snow in some northern places, flash foods in the southwest.... each place has it's problems...
# September 27, 2004 9:18 PM

Steve Hiner said:

Flash floods are really only a problem if you live in a flood plain. I've lived in Arizona my whole life and it's lack of natural disasters is one of Arizona's endearing qualities.

Some people think our summer is a yearly natural disaster but it's really not that bad once you get used to it.

Having been stung 5 times in a row I'm pretty sure scorpions are a natural disaster. :-[
# September 28, 2004 6:39 PM

Robert McLaws said:

Yep, Arizona typcally has very few natural disasters. The last major one was the floods of '91. But I don't know that I'd consider getting "snowed in" a natural disaster.

All that is neither here nor there. Be sure to donate and help these folks out. Never know when the next time, it could be you.
# September 28, 2004 6:46 PM