I think you meant "Many"...
But, aye... There dosn't seem to have been too many really serious disasters in this country, does there?
Particularly, not on that kind of scale..
I can't believe you forgot about Sept. 11!
That was a pretty big disaster; albeit not a natural one - but its effects are definately circling the globe.
I think they were talking about natural disasters.
The real disaster of the World Trade Center Attacks (I won't call it September 11th because naming disasters after the day the happened on means that we can have, at maximum, 366 disasters) was the aftermath. The subsequent bombing of Afghanistan and invasion of Iraq have killed far more people than died on that day. Additionally, these actions have made recruiting more terrorists easy, guaranteeing further attacks.
Agreed. :( It would have been one thing if we had focused on a goal in Afghanistan.. but we did not. We shifted to a country that was no threat to us whatsover in the name of "Freedom".
Now that, I agree with.
And, a note... While I think what happened Sept. 11th was horrible, and, has had some pretty horrible consequences... I still don't see it as being on the same level as the sort of disasters that destroy entire towns like the one in Johnstown, let alone the more recent tsunami..
Well other then their being obviously a great deal of loss of life, I don't think it's possible to correctly compare natural disasters and terrorist acts.
Yes, I did mean to type many there. Preoccupied and operating on like 2 hours of sleep. Bear/bare with me. :)
I think there's lots of room still for more and worse disasters in the future that way..
Ah, I can understand that... Being preoccupied while operating on 2-4 hours of sleep is my natural state of being, heh...
Dagnabbit, now I gotta bake more cookies... Bet ya never knew people on the dark side were such hungry people, eh? ::grumbles and stalks off::
Mmm. I ate the cookies to keep myself awake so I could attend to all of my evening darksideness... why am I still awake?
God somebody needs to hit me for taking so long to figure out what happened on Dec. 26th.
i have such a fear of dark waater that I would probly do myself in by freaking out. I can swim well, but I would hyperventalate or something.
I would much rather die like from carbon monoxide/lack of oxygen then drowning, becase it's supposedly just like going to sleep..
Carbon Monoxide is like that, and you can't smell it or anything. I remember my mom freaking out about garages and stuff after she saw the client movie. Afraid my brother or me would do something.
I just know that drowning (*water*) would be a panic attack for me.
Man, this is morbid...
Yeah. It would happen quicker with drowning but it would be a terror filled couple of minutes. Fire would be awful. carbon monoxide you just slip off to sleep. Your body isn't destroyed as far as effecting an open casket or anything like that. -- And yes, quite morbid.
That's a lot of drowned people. Did you make it up? *tils head*
Sounds like a fascinating trip.
You hear that Randomposting gang?
lol i'm dumb... what happened December 26th?
ooo... I didn't realize that it happened December 26th =/
*ties you to the whipping post*
lol sorry... i just have a lousy sense of time
I really didn't, or it wouldn't have been Random, would it?
Then I don't know how to help you find your way!