posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 12:25 PM
reply to post by wayno
Im just back from my humanitarian run. I delivered the necessities to the dehydrated folk, I did my best but i think we're going to need some UN
forces to aid with the relief effort. Scotland has joined the effort by promising 160,00 litres of fresh water. Breaking news flashed up on my screen,
our very own Marty Mc Guiness has issued a statement informing us of a 6" pipe having burst which will cause the resevoir to drain in the coming
days. My message to you marty, PLUG THE F***ING PIPE, its not the BP oil spill were dealing with here. Iv just been on the
thats reporting this disaster & im astunded the way people are reacting.
This is only my opinion of course, people in those area's eaither dont know that less than a mile away we have fresh running water, iv just had a
bath and am now sipping on a cup of coffee. I think the wives & women are all in panic mode & have themselves went out cueing for water or sent the
poor husbands out to fetch a peel of water. I experienced this a few days ago when my other half went into the same drama mode, she sent for 10 ltr
bottles, and in one day how much did we use, less than a litre. Its a ripple effect taking place, people are panicking for no reason, our resevoirs
will not run out, if this is still being reported tomorrow i will personnally drive to the resevoir & take some photos.