Hurricane, Shmurricane

Following CoolDMZ’s post from a few weeks back, I had to comment on this article from

It’s a disaster experts know is coming, and it could dwarf the effects of Hurricane Katrina.

We live in earthquake country…sure, we knew that. Is it important to discuss earthquake preparedness? I think so. Is it necessary to bring down the victims of hurricane Katrina along the way? Even if you don’t watch the news regularly, or read the paper, or browse the internet, I think it is safe to say that most Americans, especially those of us out west pretty much get what happened in the gulf coast. There’s no need to “bring it home” by attempting to scare the bejeezus out of us with this doom and gloom, might as well not go to work in the morning, earthquake prediction crap.

Not to mention that it’s pretty insulting to those who have directly suffered from this disaster. You think you have it rough in New Orleans? You ain’t seen nothing yet, in the next 20 years we’re gonna have a tremor that will blow the socks off your little storm…maybe, we think, well, we predict. We’re two for three so far!

Author: RonTopofIt

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