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There's this silly little website I follow; I hate green beans dot com...it's a bachelor/ette/in paradise thing...she's witty, funny, makes the season come alive for me. I've been following her for years. She's wonderful....

And she lives in Houston.

Please. Read it. Seriously. Everybody. GO READ IT. My heart. Oh my HEART....that 1.8 Billion in FEMA funds ain't gone be nearly enough....Oh my HEART...PRAY the rain STOPS. Even if you don't believe...PRAY ANYWAY

I'm at a loss as to what to do. We can give and give and GIVE, but people have still lost everything. EVERYthing. And...when the floodwaters recede? Insurance aint' gonna be able to rebuild. I remember Hurricane Iniki. Homeowners/ hurricane insurance just could not deal with tens of billions of dollars in damage...and houston is a heck of a lot bigger than Kauai...

http://www.ihategreenbeans.com/harvey/


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I've been looking at photos of Houston and surrounding cities on the internet. It's absolutely surreal. The enormity of it is almost incomprehensible, and it's not over yet.  I can't imagine losing everything but the clothes on my back. Truly a catastrophe. 

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The hard part is soon to come. When the waters recede, the sun comes out, and you call the insurance company. Only to find out there's just no way they can cover the rebuilding of your home. Or anybody's homes. This is a case of "thank God for FEMA" cause Allstate won't be able to handle this one. Can you imagine an apartment (renter) dweller? Lost everything and there's no place to go? No job? Nothing? Oh man....this ain't gonna be over for awhile. This is Katrina-level bad...I've been so sick this past week. This is the first chance I've had to even look closely at the news and it's horrific.

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I've got family and friends in the middle of it all...

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I know of a few people that were not able to buy flood insurance because of some weak ass provision. It's a very bad situation. 


"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

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