Floods trap many in Florida as hurricane heads to South Carolina


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Ugh, this was a bad one. Warm thoughts for the peoples of Florida and the Caribbean.

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Failed to evacuate when advised/bagged/ordered to.

Now jamming the emergency lines for rescue.

Next they’ll be lining up for Federal backed loans to rebuild right on the ocean.

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Nothing but the best wishes for our Floridian friends as they recover...

But now is the time for their Idiot Governor to show he can do something besides engage in useless political theater and criminal human trafficking...

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This is a refreshingly well-written paragraph.

Quote: “While scientists generally avoid blaming climate change for specific storms without detailed analysis, Ian’s watery destruction fits what scientists have predicted for a warmer world: stronger and wetter hurricanes, though not necessarily more of them.”

Less so the following one.

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Build everything out of concrete like in Okinawa. Put everything on pillars so the residences and businesses are on the 2d story, and any flooding or storm surge only takes away the cars parked underneath.

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