Iowa Bridge Vs Houses

Iowa Bridge Vs Houses


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    GorillaMunch

    Look ‘ma ! Weez gots ourselves some free gas in dem tanker tings. WE gonna have ourselves a HO down! YEEE HAAA

    mop123

    When? and how? what about foundations? did they just crumble our something?

    dookie_booty

    Mother Earth is getting back at us for fucking her up.

    mop123

    maybe if we pollute enough mother earth will die and there will be no more natural disaters

    nyoki

    Mother Earth is just fine. We on the other hand may be fucked.

    hvymetal86

    Bridge has heavy ass train cars… bridge wins.

    gor

    It amazing how there have been hundreds of well-documented devastating floods throughout this country in the last 150 years, but only now, because we can instantly see them on our PCs, that these floods are somehow different than all the rest.

    Floods like the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 were almost 250 people died or the The Great Missouri River Flood of 1881 that caused the formation of Lake Manawa. I guess gobal warming caused those too?

    When will you realize we are not special, to many of you think to highly of your influence in this world.

    tiki god

    lol, foundations? you think those buildings had one?

    awfulintentions

    Gor, you’re level of idiocy astounds me. Sure, the Mississippi has breached her foundations before, oh yeah, plenty of times, but the frequency that it has been as such in the last thirty years is pretty staggering. Also, the amount of crazy arsed Hurricanes. In two years, there were 3 Hurricanes that were past a Cat 3, one a Cat 5, that’s pretty staggering too. So, please, get your head out of your ass. Tiki, with a flood, the water rises, it can lift houses straight off the foundations, especially if there is a current, which, there is obviously a… Read more »

    gor

    Damn Awful you are quick to name call. As for hurricanes we’ve had virtually none the east coast in two years, yet we was told to expect above average, why is that? As for frequency of floods that is only in some areas, other areas have lower amounts, if you were to take an average you would find out that nothing much has changed. Also, alot of floods weren’t reported years ago because at one time those flooded areas were not populated and no one really cared, now people are living on these river valleys. People forget that river valleys… Read more »