Disaster movies are usually over the top and fun to watch, but in real life, a disaster is something no one should ever have to experience. In the United States, a category four (almost a five) hurricane slammed into Florida and pretty much wiped the slate clean.
I grew up in South East Texas, and it seemed like every three to five years a hurricane came close to us. If you’ve never experienced a hurricane, it’s a one, two punch. The wind and rain are unbelievable, along with the storm surge.
Around the Gulf Coast, the elevation is often less than twenty feet above sea level. You only have to look at Port Arthur, Texas and how a large part of the town was underwater during the last storm.
We saw the devastation in Florida over the last few days when the hurricane slammed ashore. Hopefully, the resources of the United States will be used to help the disadvantaged rebuild.
Several weeks ago, an earthquake and tsunami struck Indonesia leaving thousands dead, along with the destruction of their homes and way of life.
The big difference between the United States and Indonesia is money and resources. Indonesia is a developing and generally poor country.
One of my favorite erotic authors, Lisabet Sarai, is attempting to put her finger into the dike and help. If you will go to her website (link below) and leave a comment, Lisabet will donate a dollar to Unicef, the United Nations children’s organization.
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