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Re: Maybe we can hope for a change of sentiment? sigismund

Posted by beckett2 on December 31, 2019, at 0:47:49

In reply to Re: Maybe we can hope for a change of sentiment?, posted by sigismund on December 30, 2019, at 23:18:26

> I heard there are 4,000 people on the beach at Mallacouta, just over the Victorian border, under a red red sky.
> This is like the plagues in Egypt. 'Let my people go!' 'But God hardened pharaoh's heart'.

I saw all this and report of the flipped firetruck (and the poor firey) in the Guardian. The people driven to the coast reminded me of Portugal and Spain. We live near the coast although the roads are narrow, snaking two ways.

I need to get supplies in the car before our summer. Cal Fire advised boltcutters and life straws among other items (cash). They've presented in our town. You likely have the same.

like a bird on a wire




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