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Wednesday, October 05, 2005
Military-grade explosives for one.
From Times-Picayune Oct. 4:
"A child's clubhouse, built about 25 years ago by a civil engineer for his son, provides another clue pointing to possible design or construction flaws in the structural failures that breached two canal floodwalls and inundated the city during Hurricane Katrina.
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Why does the second line of the article refer to military grade weapons? what are you trying to get at?
the levie explosives were set in place before the huricane as planned.It was driven to its target .then delta force dropped in with sniper fire to ward of any wittneses to the removal of any left over explosives.bam thats it man.core of engineers was sent in to document what was done by natural disaster and to try and figure out what happened when a diver discoverd burns in the concrete and he snuck a peice out to the forensic lab ther you go.what eles you want to know?
Rather it was bombs or water. One thing for sure is that the government did not live up to the same standards she holds in other parts of the world. We all know this government could have done more but the question REALLY is, why they didn't?Post a Comment
Further more, why aren't we hearing about the 1800 or 2000 children still missing. It's hurtful when I watch Fox news, Cnn, and all these other news channels push stories of ONE GIRL! "so and so is missing, if anyone has seen her place contact your local police." 1000's of children, no news stories.
That's funny to me. If you can push one for months than you shouldn't have a problem push the 1000s. It should be on the news everyday, everynight. I can't help but question why they don't receive the attention that others receive.
It's hard to beleive 200,000 to 300,000 people are out of work and it makes the news atleast once a week.
Just trying to gey through to the unemployment office on the phone is a story in itself. It is unreal how difficult it is getting through to the unemployment office on the phone.
People are looking for work! Many have found work, but many or still out of work. It's funny how all of that just seems to fade away from the news. Not only did fema let the people down. The entire system proves to stubble when it comes to it's own citizens. Yes we had to evacuate our homes but aren't we still American citizens?