Disaster monitoring map of the world

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  1. RLee77

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    You're clearly going to have to try harder down under; the competition is well under way and you are not going to gain the respect on the world stage with a measly outbreak of measles. Time to rally! Think negative!
     
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    And I would personally think "awww how cute, a mentally inhibited being made effort to label this package" good effort friend!

    It's when you start seeing labels such as "processed cheese food meal" that the sympathy and humour really starts to kick in.
     
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    Well the local warning is for environmental pollution emanating from Colorado Springs. I know a lot of other things that are emanating from there too and most of it smells like Greeley.

    But the great danger is always gonna be Cheyenne Mountain and the rest of the missile silos east and north of here. We're in the cross hairs of several hundred warheads right now so let's all play nice and keep our fingers off the button. :D
     
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    Seems we got a drought happening here in New Jersey and surrounding areas. I've heard mention of it on the news, but this makes it more legit somehow. It's raining today, but is it raining enough?? On a side note, I find it mind boggling that we can have drougts in this day and age. Isn't there a way to store water for such instances? And can't we transport it to areas that need it during their droughts? Heck, I'll even ponder, can't we make it rain when needed???
     
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    Me too neither.
     
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    Power Shut Off to Prevent Recharging; Machines Control Central Europe.
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  9. telleutelleme

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    I don't see my ex-wife's house shown on that map so I don't trust it.
     
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    You got a plaque for doing nothing? Now that is funny.
     
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    Not to worry. You're in deep. Australia is becoming one of the next Easter Islands according to the book, "Collapse" by Jarod Diamond. He poses a pretty convincing explanation.
     
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    Wow. That is a cool story.
     
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