the fact that its asinine is not good enough reason for me to dismiss the idea, there are plenty of asinine people in charge of the whole mess.Originally posted by basilisk
Oh but that would just make too much sense! It might require some basic understanding of the concept of "sea level" and the fact that some stuff is above or below it.
The whole idea is asinine... blowing up the levees to save the houses of rich people? Give me a fucking break.
Actually, I can't find the link just now, they DID break parts of the levee to allow the waters to drain back into one of the lower lakes around the city.... this of course was because there are no pumps and if the levee is holding the water in, rather than out, it would make sense to break it. A little different though then what is being talked about here.Originally posted by basilisk
You don't shoot a missile at a levee to save something - that doesn't make a bit of sense. The whole thing is shaped like a bowl, as they've stated on teh news a thousand times. If you break the levee in one place, the rest of that shiz is gonna fill up. Why would they have had to break the levee to save something anyway? Do some thinking here and if anyone comes up with something remotely resembling a logical argument, spill it. Otherwise I'm going to shoot a missile at the next person who says something silly about 'capitalism in action'.
when was this supposed to have happened?Originally posted by Spinsah
HAL-9000 and I aren't talking about the Tuesday breach, but rather the recent one which was documented on CNN. I'm trying to turn up a link right now and can't.
Maybe the capitalists erased them all?
yeah, they were talking about it on howard stern this morning.Originally posted by Spinsah
Did anyone hear about Cuba's offer to the US? They had 1500 medical professionals all ready to go. Fidel even held a big conference with them all with their packs out and ready to depart.
Not suprisingly, the US turned this offer down.