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Re: Global warming and Rita

Ugh, that just sucks. Pardon my language. I agree with Kitty. Those poor
people. At least they are flying them where they want to go. I think I'd
try maybe, I don't know, anywhere but the coast! Maybe Illinois? 

I'm so glad they are letting people take pets this time. The rescue groups
have enough to deal with now! And I"m sure it makes people more willing to

Speaking of Germany, my parents lived there before I was born. My Dad
always told me how pristine it was. Littering, NOT ALLOWED. Sounds like
they've got it going on! At least environmentally. 

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

> [Original Message]
> From: <TeichFlora@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 9/20/2005 10:33:54 AM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Global warming  and Rita
> I thought of that when the Tsunami hit, because one of the natives 
> to a reporter that the island looked much like it had 20 years prior,  
> without all the hotels, businesses, etc.  Don't laugh, ya'll, but I 
> believe that....for instance when there are earthquakes and  landslides
that break 
> up all the roads, asphalt, etc.  It's as if the  earth is trying to shake
> some of it so it can breathe better.  
> In Germany, many many years ago already (okay, maybe not that long, I'm
> THAT old) but when I was younger they already had separation of the  
> trash....compost from the non-compostable.  The only paved areas were the
> One was not allowed to pave driveways or walkways around the 
house...there had 
> to be "greenspace" every so many meters, through parking  lots,  along
> bldgs, etc.    They used special pavers  that allowed the grass to grow 
> inbetween, or gravel or such as driveways and  walkways. 
> Not sure if Rita is coming this way, but govt. here is not taking any  
> chances, Galveston is already evacuating all nursing homes, and making 
> to evacuate people with public transportation.  The  Katrina evacuees
> the GRB and the Astrodome/Reliant are being evacuated  today and given
> flights to anywhere they want to go away from the coast.  Most are being
flown to 
> Arkansas.  Messages are being flashed at the bottom  of the TV screen
> people where to go for public transportation, and  that they can take
> pets. Boy...they'd have to give me and my "kids" a  bus for us alone. 
LOL  Sure 
> hoping it doesnt' come to that, not sure  what we'd do.  Mom says to
build an 
> arc, or rent a Uhaul.
> Jim, hope all is well with you and yours.
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
> In a message dated 9/19/2005 11:02:27 PM Central Standard Time,  
> gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
> Just  played a clip of Jon Stewart's interview of Kurt Vonnegut. 
> Vonnegut said  Katrina was earth's immune system trying to get rid of 
> us. Not a bad  analogy, I think.
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