posted on Mar, 17 2019 @ 08:51 AM
originally posted by: BoscoMoney
This is destruction on any famous hurricane level that is being given little attention nationwide. But thats okay because once again, us Nebraskans
will pull together to help each other and overcome. You wont see looting and killing like you would other places here.
Heh, it's the flyover thing.
When a f4/f5 tornado destroyed a good chunk of the town my mom grew up in, my dad was on the county road crew, and they were, of course, delegated to
the clean up effort but most of the town and surrounding farmers and families of people who lived there were pitching in. Dad said when the FEMA guy
showed up several days later, he mostly looked around and said, "You guys have it organized better than I would have."
I think in the end he mostly left then to it, but he did have them shift one small debris pile so he could satisfy his requirement.
It doesn't minimize what happens to us, but we're used to helping our own.
edit on 17-3-2019 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)