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03:15 PM on 03/01/2012
more damage caused by global warming at the hands of the gop and the baggers.
and lets not forget Bush and his oil buddies
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IsotelusMaximus
Great North Special, were you on board?
05:55 PM on 03/01/2012
Sure. Because Democrats don't drive cars or use electricity. Only republicans do.
06:29 PM on 03/01/2012
no because progressives want change for the better.
gop and baggers want to go back to pre civil war days.
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drumz
The less you know the more you believe.
06:52 PM on 03/01/2012
Missed the point but really, it's expected.
02:21 PM on 03/01/2012
When disasters happen in the US where is all the help from other countries? We go out of our way to help others and they don't even think about us here in the US. Many of these people won't have any insurance because they are unemployed so what happens then? More homeless I guess.
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jyrdfrd
03:07 PM on 03/01/2012
Foreign countrys often do offer their assistance during large catastrophies. And FEMA can help many for those with no insurance, since the areas were declared disaster areas by their governors.
03:57 PM on 03/01/2012
And how fast does FEMA respond? In the Vermont floods, many are still awaiting their $$$!
02:05 PM on 03/01/2012
and it's only going to get worse.
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Big Horn Man
Your anger can be your worst enemy ...
01:57 PM on 03/01/2012
After seeing all the photos, I say to myself, "It's only the beginning of the year". I'm afraid there will be more catastrophes in this year. Weather have been acting erratically for the last few years.
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Josie728
Clowns to the LEFT of me, Jokers to the RIGHT....
04:15 PM on 03/01/2012
Oh don't worry about anything- the world is going to end this year. The Mayan calendar said so.
01:38 PM on 03/01/2012
Holy Shnikee's!
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01:23 PM on 03/01/2012
everyday i read a different story that makes me realize how precious life is. it is kind of scary.
02:54 PM on 03/01/2012
Life is fragile.. this is not our permanent home.
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03:25 PM on 03/01/2012
yep, that is for sure.
01:07 PM on 03/01/2012
It's very sad that so much destruction came from a natural phenomenon. Since we'd be hard pressed to try to stop a tornado, I think it would be a great idea to start looking into building design that can withstand such forces in order to minimize this sort of destruction in the future.
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twoshoes4u
12:54 PM on 03/01/2012
Katrina is the only tornado and all others are elaborate right wing fakes and lies.
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Dana Marie Arnold
Raising my BP on HP
01:24 PM on 03/01/2012
I suggest more education......
01:38 PM on 03/01/2012
Too Funny!
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chisnaalaska
12:52 PM on 03/01/2012
Tornados are one reason I moved to the Pacific North West. Yeah, I know, we are supposed to get a large earthquake at some point in the next 200 years or so....
But in 5 years when I lived in Wisconsin, I saw one tornado when I was walking home from school. And we had 4 tornado warnings. That was enough for me.....
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sdmartintc
If it's broken, fix it!
01:21 PM on 03/01/2012
You also have volcanoes that can blow at any time, and that's not just Mount St. Helens.
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chisnaalaska
05:23 PM on 03/01/2012
Where I am located ( on the coast ) the volcanos wouldn't impact me. But thanks for the warning.
08:54 AM on 03/02/2012
Central Iowa gets at least 5 warnings/year, and OK, KS are worse still.
At least a tornado, you can survive if you get under something, as opposed to an earthquake where you can die if you get under something. I'm always under something, so one choice made more sense to me.

Monolithic domes are tornado AND earthquake proof, BTW.
Build better.
jenniferkizzy
zombie chick
12:46 PM on 03/01/2012
oh god now i fear mother nature zombies were wolves snakes spider's and twister's america is never boring
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Dana Marie Arnold
Raising my BP on HP
12:38 PM on 03/01/2012
The night this ferocious storm struck Harrisburg, I made sure to sleep with my weather radio in the bedroom. So thankful the storms stayed south of me, but saddened by the loss of life in Harrisburg.
12:35 PM on 03/01/2012
I'd like to see more pictures of Harrisburg, IL as the destruction of this tornado is almost unbelievable. My condolences go out to the families who lost love ones in this storm..
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ritaesq
12:33 PM on 03/01/2012
So much sadness. I pray that God gives you all the strength to endure this pain.
12:31 PM on 03/01/2012
My heart and prayers go out to everyone who's lost a loved one, lost a home, been injured, or affected in any other way by these devastating storms.
It's so unimaginable! The way the storm patterns are these days, you just never know.
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01:31 PM on 03/01/2012
it really is unimaginable
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mtfer032359
GAY AND PROUD
12:29 PM on 03/01/2012
we have micro-bursts here in az. i call them "foot of god" because they literally "fall" out of the sky and wipe out everything under them. we also get tornadoes occasionally
02:57 PM on 03/01/2012
We rarely ever see tornadoes here in Arizona.. and micro bursts don't cause near as much damage as these people are seeing. We should be blessed to live in Arizona where we don't have to worry about these kinds of things.