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Hard to have a functional infrastructure after a hurricane

Posted on: September 14, 2018 at 14:59:02 CT
MizzouTigerz MU
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when you don't start with one before hand.

Hard to get local supplies to areas where you negligently failed to stockpile supplies after a hurricane when you didn't provide adequate structures to store emergency rations.

Hard to get anything done when you refuse to cooperate at the local level and prepare for the coming disasters.

Why, it's almost like Soros told them to not supply the whole island with emergency rations, because we needed some population reduction anyway.
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     The sources you come up with are just freakin funny - Commanchehere MU - 9/14 15:32:56
     Um... Hard to get to work when you don't have a house, a - catbirdseat MU - 9/14 14:51:55
          Bullshyte, when your job is to help distribute aid. - RHAYWORTH MU - 9/14 15:01:07
          So how is that Trumps fault again? - tcat UMKC - 9/14 15:00:24
          Hard to have a functional infrastructure after a hurricane - MizzouTigerz MU - 9/14 14:59:02
     PR was a disaster at the local level (nm) - Sal KC - 9/14 14:50:01
          RE: PR was a disaster at the local level (nm) - mizzoumurfkc KC - 9/14 14:54:08
               What more should the feds have done? (nm) - Sal KC - 9/14 14:55:00
                    Enough to gat actual - mizzoumurfkc KC - 9/14 16:32:12
                    Made sure the job was done. Took control of a chaotic - catbirdseat MU - 9/14 15:00:17
                         Why couldn't PR have done all of that? (nm) - Sal KC - 9/14 15:14:30
                         LOL the federal govt taking “personal responsibility” - redngray MU - 9/14 15:13:32
                         Maybe a piercing glare at the hurricane to send it scurrying - MizzouTigerz MU - 9/14 15:05:40

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