Recent flooding prompts discussion of sewers
In 1937 there was a flood. Why? The river overflowed. In the 1940s, '50s and '60s, you didn't hear about flooding and the problems they had in different parts of the city.
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#1 Oct 29, 2009
Growed up in PRP and yeah, you never heard of any problems of other parts of the city's flooding...what in Sam's hell are you even talking about, as in the 1837 flood there was all kinds of talk about the flooding all over Lou-a-vul and ever time it does since then...in certain parts of Jefferson Co. and PRP too. So, wake up! and have an ear to hear, will ya?
And guess what?...you will hear about it again and again and again till someone from HIGH UP FIXES THE PROBLEMS and not spend all of our tax money on New Arenas downtown.
Since: Dec 06
#2 Oct 29, 2009
Im glad you got the chance to have your hissy fit.
How ya feeling now ?
#3 Nov 4, 2009
Thats actually the sewers abcking up. Tell those
fat biotches to stop eating tacos.
#4 Nov 5, 2009
James and the Giant Peach.
They were going to use your peach to stop the flooding, but they found out it was a peanut.
James you lied AGAIN about your size. Get some therapy man!
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