posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 08:21 PM
Having spent a lot of time across the whole Gulf Coast of Florida I have to say two things have surprised me during and since Deepwater:
1) Hurricane damage on the beaches, muck and mud pulled up, dead sea life, etc. was all worse than anything I saw during and since Deepwater.
2) Deepwater "recovery" seems to be a free-for-all. I see over and over again firms pushing people to file for benefits under the strangest and
(IMO) dubious grounds.
So where so I go see the ~real~, and I'm sure it exists, damage up close and personal? -Mags