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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

NYC underwater.

Why in the world would they build a whole city on such low ground?

5 comments:

  1. You could ask the same thing of New Orleans. Cities were built on river mouths for transportation reasons...and they kept growing after water was replaced as a primary transportation method.

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  2. I was being snide.

    That's exactly what the snotty, uncompassionate Yankees said about NO.

    Fact is, things happen. And I'm horrified. Again.

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  3. Come on, this is why the Indians were happy to unload the place for a bunch of glass beads. They knew that land was just a natural disaster waiting to happen. If the Dutch had been thinking they would have been a little less satisfied with themselves and a little more suspicious at the "steal" they were getting. Stupid Dutchmen!

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  4. Saw this in the WSJ: The number of deaths attributed to Sandy rose late Wednesday to at least 72, nearly half in New York City, as authorities identified new victims in flooded homes and vehicles.

    I guess them Yankees don't have enough sense to get out of the flood zones. It's almost like they didn't know they lived in a hurricane strike zone.

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