Originally posted by denver22
You are talking about my lady freind and being rude with it i said watch your mouth.
She did get out son next question?
If i spoke to your mother like that would you not be angry?
What am I saying that so "rude"?
I am stating FACTS and the TRUTH. Sometimes it is not pretty.
So again I ask you... what is "all you could do". What is that EXACTLY?
See, I have sat here quoting post after post after post of everything I said prior to this storm making landfall. I warned people of what was to come
based on the data. Not the media spin, not the hype, not scaring the crap out of people, but the actual DATA.
Is it rude of me to say, if you live in a flood prone area and storm surge is coming from a hurricane you should leave cause you will see flooding. Is
that being "rude"? No sir, that is stating the facts, and as we can see right now.. it was a fact.
So no, I will not watch my mouth. I will continue to sit here and state the FACTS and I will continue to tell people what the data says. If you can't
handle it, then you have bigger issues to deal with than what I am saying.
So again, I have shown you what I did to warn this member and others like her. What did YOU do?
Let me answer that for you like I did with the other fool...
You did nothing. You sat here and judged others who said the things you did not, could not or would not say yourself.
So I am sorry for your friend. I am sorry her home is flooded and I wish her the best. If I was in her area, I would be there right now to help her. I
would be there right now to clean up and or rebuild her home. She is a complete stranger to me, and yet I would still do that and I have done it
before for other total strangers who I have not seen since. I did for people who's names I do not even know, and she would be no different.
Yet it does not change the FACT and the TRUTH that her home is located on a flood plain where flooding is a very real possibility. It is a possibility
from not only hurricanes, but from heavy rainfall and things as simple as a heavy thunderstorm. That is why it is called a "flood plain". That is a
very real risk that people who buy these homes are well aware of.
So if that is "rude" of me to say, then so be it, but by saying it I still did more than you have.