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#1 Yogibear101

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Posted 10 June 2015 - 07:33 PM

After historic flooding left much of Texas underwater in late May, officials are warning that thousands of used, water-damaged vehicles may end up on the market.

 

As many as 10,000 insured vehicles suffered water damage during the recent flooding events, according to Copart, a company which works on behalf of insurers to handle vehicles damaged in catastrophes.

 

Roughly 2,500 have already been towed to the company's Houston processing facility.

 

http://www.accuweath...ooding/48446696

 

The silver lining is: the permanent drought is over, desertification is stalled, and yet all that water will find it's way BACK into the oceans to flood Florida and NYC.

 

Once again...it's all your fault for using and paying for energy to live. 

Cut your CO2 footprint by only bathing once a month.


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