posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 02:54 PM
I live in Homestead, I moved here a year ago and I've heard lots of stories from people who actually lived and worked down here. First of all about
the warning. There was warning that a hurricane was coming but like all hurricanes you can only predict, and predicting isn't declaring what will
happen and the hurricane listens. They thought it was only going to hit as a small hurricane and it tore the crap out of Dade.
As for the dead bodies and stepping on a severed head and the core of what the article said...fiction. crazy fiction.
although there were some interesting points, for example the immigrants camped out, there settlement was wiped away. and as for them i've heard
speculation and talk from many people of the bodies being taken away. But what do they want them to do, come on TV and say we have a lot of dead
Mexican bodies of people we cannot identify and have no records for. PLEASE, if their was a a cover up, well then covering that up wasn't probably
the worst thing.
the trucks she's mentioned those i've heard about too.
the 350 plus mile per hour winds, please. there would be NOTHING left, especially after 6 hours.
there is a tropical storm (Earnesto) headed for us right now. We actually no more now that Andrew happened. We know that we don't know.
And i'm sure that way more people died then was reported. that's only conceeding to logic, not proof.
and if you weren't warned, you weren't paying attention. everyone who lives down here knows, the only thing you really know about hurricanes is
that you don't know what the heck it's going to do, and they learned that from ANDREW, because they didn't know what was coming, and when it came,
it came hard, and people died, but it wasn't apocolyptic like she said.