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Official: Searchers find body in hurricane-stricken town

There are 22 comments on the The Janesville Gazette story from Oct 13, 2018, titled Official: Searchers find body in hurricane-stricken town. In it, The Janesville Gazette reports that:

Tropical Storm Michael has sped off toward the Atlantic Ocean, but there will be nothing quick about Florida's recovery from the hurricane, where rows upon rows of homes have been smashed to pieces. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is pleading with residents who have been displaced from their homes due to Hurricane Michael, to please be patient before they return home, because it may not be safe.

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Impeach the Creep

Madison, WI

#1 Oct 13, 2018
Remember, the death toll isnít final until Rump takes a break from rousing the rabble (if he ever does, thereís one in KY tonight) to visit the affected area and throw paper towels at someone.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#2 Oct 13, 2018
Impeach the Creep wrote:
Remember, the death toll isnít final until Rump takes a break from rousing the rabble (if he ever does, thereís one in KY tonight) to visit the affected area and throw paper towels at someone.
I have to wonder what happened to personal responsability? I read where some were considering sueing cel phone providers, how stupid have people become?
People are allegedly roaming the streets in some cases with no shelter, food, medicine, water.

Will roads have to be cleared to bring in supplies?
Will new cel phone towers have to be erected?
Will power lines have to be replaced?
Will potable water lines have to be repaired?

A stupid attitude will not help people. Money supplied to Red Cross, Salvation Army, Samatarians Purse, Catholic Charities, etc. will help.

Trump visiting the area will not provide material support that is either already there, or on the way.

What so you want? A magic wand?
Trump Your President

Hernando, FL

#3 Oct 13, 2018
Two weeks after Irma rumbled through you couldn't tell it was here

This penis envy of Florida by crackpots is weird
Panamaed

United States

#4 Oct 13, 2018
What kind of idiot would turn such a catastrophe into some political agenda?
That's rhetorical...
Trump Your President

Hernando, FL

#5 Oct 13, 2018
whiney beech wrote:
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I have to wonder what happened to personal responsability? I read where some were considering sueing cel phone providers, how stupid have people become?
People are allegedly roaming the streets in some cases with no shelter, food, medicine, water.

Will roads have to be cleared to bring in supplies?
Will new cel phone towers have to be erected?
Will power lines have to be replaced?
Will potable water lines have to be repaired?

A stupid attitude will not help people. Money supplied to Red Cross, Salvation Army, Samatarians Purse, Catholic Charities, etc. will help.

Trump visiting the area will not provide material support that is either already there, or on the way.

What so you want? A magic wand?
Take the mush you'll get from the MSM bread and circuses with a grain of salt

Hurricanes put them in WWE mode
ThomasA

Guntersville, AL

#6 Oct 13, 2018
whiney beech wrote:
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I have to wonder what happened to personal responsability? I read where some were considering sueing cel phone providers, how stupid have people become?
People are allegedly roaming the streets in some cases with no shelter, food, medicine, water.

Will roads have to be cleared to bring in supplies?
Will new cel phone towers have to be erected?
Will power lines have to be replaced?
Will potable water lines have to be repaired?

A stupid attitude will not help people. Money supplied to Red Cross, Salvation Army, Samatarians Purse, Catholic Charities, etc. will help.

Trump visiting the area will not provide material support that is either already there, or on the way.

What so you want? A magic wand?
A health issue will be getting the sewage plants and lift stations repaired WHEN the power lines are repaired. No running water , no electricity, and not being able to flush toilets will make living in damaged homes tough . As far as Trump coming, some toads don't realize how many people it takes to come in days before and sweep the areas he will visit for dangers, crazies, and Dempcraps that could be a personal security threat. With hotels and any food places open, those should be available only to the thousands of emergency workers putting the place back together. The POTUS has experts in place on the ground that can fill him in on what's going on. Save the $$$$$$$$ that trip would cost and put it in restoration for the people.
sly mongoose

United States

#7 Oct 13, 2018
People need to evacuate when they are told to do so
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#8 Oct 13, 2018
sly mongoose wrote:
People need to evacuate when they are told to do so
Or be adequately prepared to take care of themselves. But not on the beach.

What irritates me is that people expect the government to be the end all do all. A few days snowed in, or stuck out in a truck makes one plan better. But we could all be screwed by some diaster or another at some point in time.
sly mongoose

United States

#9 Oct 13, 2018
whiney beech wrote:
<quoted text>Or be adequately prepared to take care of themselves. But not on the beach.

What irritates me is that people expect the government to be the end all do all. A few days snowed in, or stuck out in a truck makes one plan better. But we could all be screwed by some diaster or another at some point in time.
Especially when children are in harms way and they refuse to leave
Hair

United States

#10 Sunday Oct 14
Impeach the Creep wrote:
Remember, the death toll isnít final until Rump takes a break from rousing the rabble (if he ever does, thereís one in KY tonight) to visit the affected area and throw paper towels at someone.
Quite whinny buttí u ppl live that close to the fifth u call a oceaní well u have to take the bad with the good Ď just cash ur food stamps and go oní rock on
ThomasA

Guntersville, AL

#11 Sunday Oct 14
sly mongoose wrote:
People need to evacuate when they are told to do so
Same as Katrina! People were TOLD to get out and had time but those that stayed expected the government to wave a magic wand and rebuild their lives over night.. Too many toads think their personal safety and wellbeing is someone else's responsibility . But those low on the food chain will be right back in the same mess when and wherever the next "Big 'Un " hits! And also, how many people "had" houses on or near the beaches with the boats, cars, electronic,toys and all the good stuff EXCEPT insurance? You can repair cars, you can cure illnesses, but you just can't fix stupidity!
To those who say they can't afford to have insurance, can they afford NOT to have it?
sly mongoose

United States

#12 Sunday Oct 14
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Same as Katrina! People were TOLD to get out and had time but those that stayed expected the government to wave a magic wand and rebuild their lives over night.. Too many toads think their personal safety and wellbeing is someone else's responsibility . But those low on the food chain will be right back in the same mess when and wherever the next "Big 'Un " hits! And also, how many people "had" houses on or near the beaches with the boats, cars, electronic,toys and all the good stuff EXCEPT insurance? You can repair cars, you can cure illnesses, but you just can't fix stupidity!
To those who say they can't afford to have insurance, can they afford NOT to have it?
Friend of mine who lives in Houston loaded up his kids and grandkids and headed inland to Dallas when that hurricane hit Houston last year, his home received minimal water damage so his home was at a higher elevated level , they could of stayed but he had the young ones to think about, they returned after a few days and had like a inch of water in parts of their home , took them but a few days to clean it up and change bottom of drywall that was damaged .. it's not like by stating they can prevent they roof from blowing off.. lol
RahhRahRah

United States

#13 Sunday Oct 14
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> A health issue will be getting the sewage plants and lift stations repaired WHEN the power lines are repaired. No running water , no electricity, and not being able to flush toilets will make living in damaged homes tough . As far as Trump coming, some toads don't realize how many people it takes to come in days before and sweep the areas he will visit for dadngers, crazies, and Dempcraps that could be a personal security threat. With hotels and any food places open, those should be available only to the thousands of emergency workers putting the place back together. The POTUS has experts in place on the ground that can fill him in on what's going on. Save the $$$$$$$$ that trip would cost and put it in restoration for the people.
You're right we'll get a lot more bang for the buck if Trump spends that money on an endless pep rally.
windows

United States

#14 Sunday Oct 14
one down a bunch more of them RACIST floridas TO GO I AM GOING TO WATCH AND SEE HOW MANY MORE OF THEM RACIST floridas THEY PULL OUT OF THEM SHITHOLDS THAT THEY HIDE IN

ROSEWOOD WE WILL

NEVER FORGET.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#15 Sunday Oct 14
windrows wrote:
one down a bunch more of them RACIST floridas TO GO I AM GOING TO WATCH AND SEE HOW MANY MORE OF THEM RACIST floridas THEY PULL OUT OF THEM SHITHOLDS THAT THEY HIDE IN

ROSEWOOD WE WILL

NEVER FORGET.
So is they dobe dobe do be black people dead sad, but if white OK?
Am you a humanitarian?
ThomasA

Guntersville, AL

#16 Sunday Oct 14
RahhRahRah wrote:
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You're right we'll get a lot more bang for the buck if Trump spends that money on an endless pep rally.
Rather have him on the trail than his entourage getting in the way of relief teams trying to put the place back together. Being a Democrap, you wouldn't be happy if Trump was in a bucket truck stringing power lines . Find something more important to worry your life away,
windows

United States

#17 Sunday Oct 14
Rosewood florida

ROSEWOOD FLORIDA

ROSEWOOD FLORIDA

IS THEM rescue people GOING TO HELP US.
windows

United States

#18 Sunday Oct 14
whiney beech wrote:
<quoted text>So is they dobe dobe do be black people dead sad, but if white OK?
Am you a humanitarian?
I AM HUMANITARIAN I AM JUST A WHITE MAN THAT DONT LIKE WHAT MY PEOPLES DID IN ROSEWOOD I WAS HERE WHEN THEY (WHITES) MURDER THEM INNOCENT BLACKS I JUST DONT SLEEP I AM SOOOO SORRY WHAT MY PEOPLES DID.
ThomasA

Guntersville, AL

#19 Sunday Oct 14
windows wrote:
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I AM HUMANITARIAN I AM JUST A WHITE MAN THAT DONT LIKE WHAT MY PEOPLES DID IN ROSEWOOD I WAS HERE WHEN THEY (WHITES) MURDER THEM INNOCENT BLACKS I JUST DONT SLEEP I AM SOOOO SORRY WHAT MY PEOPLES DID.
White man talking like Jesse and Rev.Al? " My Peoples" ??? Come on, try again amateur!
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#20 Monday Oct 15
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> White man talking like Jesse and Rev.Al? " My Peoples" ??? Come on, try again amateur!
My peep's?

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