Not really a question I know, but if any of u has read the posts in the politics and current events room, and reading about the cause and effect of hurricane Katrina on 3 different states, the financial and emotional costs of this hurricane, go to YouTube and type in Hurricane Katrina, and u might get a whole new perspective on what happened and what didn't get on the news. Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana all got hit hard. 1000 people were killed in Louisiana and 200 were killed in Mississippi. Nobody, unless they were there, will probably never know exactly what it is truly like to lose absolutely everything u have ever owned. Losing the house u dreamed of having all your life, and not having any proof of your past life like photo albums even your drivers licence. Its upsetting to me when everyone is (not just the women here in this chat room), is judging people that are still living in the FEMA trailers. So what if the citizens in Mississippi or Alabama moved on quicker then the citizens in New Orleans? Thru out the history of all hurricanes that has hit the US, never before has a hurricane directly hit Louisiana, even Katrina didn't hit them right on. Can u imagine the loss that could of occurred then? Hurricane Camille didn't hit them, Ike or Wilma or even Andrew has had a direct hit. Even the most deadliest hurricane in the US that hit Galveston TX in 1900 that killed approx 6,000 people!! There might even be more then that, nobody knew for sure. The only other hurricane that can be considered equal in strength and intensity is Palm Beach-Lake Okeechobee hurricane of September 1928. Anyway, this will be it from me. I apologize if it seems I am running on and on about this, I lost quite of few really good friends in that storm, just a few people might have lost freinds/family or pets. I still have friends who still live in those FEMA death traps. The insurance agency they had went under because of all the claims coming in at once, and State Farm, they ones who have this company now, are taking a long time to "settle". U know cause of any possible fraud that might be occuring, like they wanted this storm to take everything from them.
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