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  • Coping with natural disasters around the world, or It's time to knock Americans again

    Quote Originally Posted by Writ-with-Hand View Post
    In all seriousness... I didn't know this was occurring. Has this been on American news? I don't watch much televised news (here and there I'll skim local news online). But I know local news has been advertising up coming coverage of the Packers going to Atlanta in their pursued path to the Superbowl. Awesome commercial, too, they say, "Well isn't that peachy!" In a sarcastic way. Making fun of Georgia.
    I've had a few US friends contact me about it, so I assume it's been covered in some way.

    75% of the state of Queensland (not my land, but the Ox's land) has been affected by floods. This is the equivalent size of Texas, or France and Germany together.
    A number of people have been confirmed dead and there are still quite a few missing. The number of homes affected is just tremendous.

    There was some flooding in rural Victoria (my land) yesterday, but our weather is clearing up now and there's no rain forecast for the next week or so.
    We just have to hope the same for up north.
    So, what has this done to you all's kangaroo population?
    There are some great pictures of people rescuing wildlife.







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