Found this in my daily newspaper page A-4?
Look people, you can call it like it is or you can fluff it over with a dim-witted statement like this,
“Possible sinkhole reported in Pinellas County“?
‘People’, at least two homes and the land around them disappeared completely into a hole in the ground.
“This is a SINKHOLE”!
Nov. 14, 2013. in Dunedin, Fla. Dunedin Deputy Fire Chief Trip Barrs said the hole appeared to be about 12-feet wide when officials arrived on the scene.
Residents of the neighboring houses also were evacuated as a precaution,
For month the government in the state of Florida and the media have been blaming sinkholes around the area on too much rain?
It has not rained in a few months now so what to blame now, that is the question?
The answer still is,
“far too much water going out of the ground in this area far too fast!
Their answer to this is,
“give away a lot more of our precious water to out of state bottle watering companies” !
Mother Earth’s answer to their thinking is,
State officials say three counties in the Tampa region are known as
Two-thirds of the sinkhole damage claims reported to the state Office of Insurance Regulation between 2006 and 2010 came from Hernando, Hillsborough and Pasco counties. Dunedin is in neighboring Pinellas County.
You are not in Kansas anymore people so ask the Wizard of Oz to follow the yellow dots on the map?
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