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Old 05-06-2010, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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wooooooooow that's crazy.............
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Need some more minorities though, how else do they expect to get federal aid and have campaigns to get people to donate money for the rebuilding.
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That old guy has a pretty bad hair dye job.
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It's terrible what happened to Nashville.
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i feel bad for all those people
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I can't imagine what that's like.
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makes you wonder if you need flood insurance.
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I'm fairly sure I don't. The body of water that floods when things are bad usually floods out in other places than near where I live. Even when it does flood in my town (maybe once a year) there is a lot of land that is set aside as flood plane. And even if it were to get out of that, my house is probably close to 100 ft higher elevation than that area. That would be a lot of damn water....
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I'm fairly sure I don't. The body of water that floods when things are bad usually floods out in other places than near where I live. Even when it does flood in my town (maybe once a year) there is a lot of land that is set aside as flood plane. And even if it were to get out of that, my house is probably close to 100 ft higher elevation than that area. That would be a lot of damn water....
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that thing rarely comes out of its banks
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OC is great
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makes you wonder if you need flood insurance.
Depends where you are. If you live in an area that floods - then obviously you should get it. But just because you don't live in an area that floods doesn't mean you don't need it. A lot of people have the mentality that if they are up on a hill or if they are not in a flood plain they don't need it. all it takes is enough of a hard rain to build up water that seeps in your basement and you've got some serious damage.
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basement???

let's put it this way, there is a reason there are very few basements in this part of the country...

It rains that hard that often.
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the water table is too high in fla for many basements.
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