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LOL two days without power is not the end of the world.

Remember that crazy "ice storm" in the bible belt a few years back?
We were without power for like two or three weeks and there was a solid 4 inches of ice on everything bringing down all the power lines.
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yeah but yer FUCK YER! MURICA!... grin....
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Shit was cray.

I've thought of a way to solve your terrible two day energy crisis, BTW.
Stick a bunch of dingoes in a giant hamster wheel that's connected to a turbine, with a human baby at the other end.
Free renewable green energy.. Assuming the dingo doesn't eat your baby. :p
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why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P

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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
LOL two days without power is not the end of the world.

Remember that crazy "ice storm" in the bible belt a few years back?
We were without power for like two or three weeks and there was a solid 4 inches of ice on everything bringing down all the power lines.
 Quoting: jadksn 33061844


yeah but yer FUCK YER! MURICA!... grin....
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Shit was cray.

I've thought of a way to solve your terrible two day energy crisis, BTW.
Stick a bunch of dingoes in a giant hamster wheel that's connected to a turbine, with a human baby at the other end.
Free renewable green energy.. Assuming the dingo doesn't eat your baby. :p
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why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P
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LOL
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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
LOL two days without power is not the end of the world.

Remember that crazy "ice storm" in the bible belt a few years back?
We were without power for like two or three weeks and there was a solid 4 inches of ice on everything bringing down all the power lines.
 Quoting: jadksn 33061844


yeah but yer FUCK YER! MURICA!... grin....
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Shit was cray.

I've thought of a way to solve your terrible two day energy crisis, BTW.
Stick a bunch of dingoes in a giant hamster wheel that's connected to a turbine, with a human baby at the other end.
Free renewable green energy.. Assuming the dingo doesn't eat your baby. :p
 Quoting: jadksn 33061844


why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P
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I can honestly say that you are without doubt the most irritating poster on Godlike. The slightest sniff of attention is enough to cause a spam wave of bullshit ;-)'s, 'grins', 'lols',XD's and :-P's to name but a few, which hijacks every thread you get involved with. Fuck off to Facebook you clown.
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yeah but yer FUCK YER! MURICA!... grin....
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Shit was cray.

I've thought of a way to solve your terrible two day energy crisis, BTW.
Stick a bunch of dingoes in a giant hamster wheel that's connected to a turbine, with a human baby at the other end.
Free renewable green energy.. Assuming the dingo doesn't eat your baby. :p
 Quoting: jadksn 33061844


why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P
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I can honestly say that you are without doubt the most irritating poster on Godlike. The slightest sniff of attention is enough to cause a spam wave of bullshit ;-)'s, 'grins', 'lols',XD's and :-P's to name but a few, which hijacks every thread you get involved with. Fuck off to Facebook you clown.
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reta

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Shit was cray.

I've thought of a way to solve your terrible two day energy crisis, BTW.
Stick a bunch of dingoes in a giant hamster wheel that's connected to a turbine, with a human baby at the other end.
Free renewable green energy.. Assuming the dingo doesn't eat your baby. :p
 Quoting: jadksn 33061844


why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P
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I can honestly say that you are without doubt the most irritating poster on Godlike. The slightest sniff of attention is enough to cause a spam wave of bullshit ;-)'s, 'grins', 'lols',XD's and :-P's to name but a few, which hijacks every thread you get involved with. Fuck off to Facebook you clown.
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yeah fuck off you jerk....


reta

stfu

clappa

propoganda

jerkit

memecitzmemecitzmemecitzmemecitz
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updated with more raw crap chick.... go eat a fly....

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 01/26/2013 01:42 PM
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
twitter: @citizenperth
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Just wondering how my weather thread turned into a war , be nice people are suffering naughty
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Looks like end of Australia's heat wave. Pendulum swings in the other direction. [link to twitter.com]
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Just wondering how my weather thread turned into a war , be nice people are suffering naughty
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just said that.. just not as politely... who left the door open?
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Remnants of Oswald, another 21'' of rain says GFS in next 48-hours. Yikes. [link to twitter.com]
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Looks like end of Australia's heat wave. Pendulum swings in the other direction. [link to twitter.com]
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fires, floods.. looks up and asks why.. and shrugs.. god only knows.....
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why do tents have fly screen windows?


so dingoe's can window shop... :)

i much prefer drop bears... if they hit critical mass.. imagine the force diseminated across the grid..... GRIN.... (keep the kids happy to if the genny is hooked up to a sea-saw... ty human evolvement :P
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I can honestly say that you are without doubt the most irritating poster on Godlike. The slightest sniff of attention is enough to cause a spam wave of bullshit ;-)'s, 'grins', 'lols',XD's and :-P's to name but a few, which hijacks every thread you get involved with. Fuck off to Facebook you clown.
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yeah fuck off you jerk....


reta

stfu

clappa

propoganda

jerkit

memecitzmemecitzmemecitzmemecitz
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updated with more raw crap chick.... go eat a fly....
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Lol!!!
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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
Updated: Saturday, 26 January, 2013 at 18:27 UTC
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Warnings signals will be broadcast for the Wide Bay area as tornado activity continues throughout the night, with five tornadoes earlier hitting the region. Earlier this evening, radar imagery was showing a sixth tornado gaining strength about 30km west of Maryborough and moving south to southwest at about 50km/h. Locals are watching nervously after seeing Bargara, near Bundaberg, hit with the first tornado about 1pm. It brought down powerlines, tearing off roofs and flinging iron and windows across the streets. Burnett Heads, just north of Bargara, was then hit about 3pm with a third tornado ripping through Coonarr soon after.
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Updated: Saturday, 26 January, 2013 at 18:27 UTC
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Warnings signals will be broadcast for the Wide Bay area as tornado activity continues throughout the night, with five tornadoes earlier hitting the region. Earlier this evening, radar imagery was showing a sixth tornado gaining strength about 30km west of Maryborough and moving south to southwest at about 50km/h. Locals are watching nervously after seeing Bargara, near Bundaberg, hit with the first tornado about 1pm. It brought down powerlines, tearing off roofs and flinging iron and windows across the streets. Burnett Heads, just north of Bargara, was then hit about 3pm with a third tornado ripping through Coonarr soon after.
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thanks louisport, i stayed up for 'doom patrol'.. nothing here yet and some midori missing.. puppies i think.... slow and relentless as yet but nothing wild... we have 3 days to go so, not to hopefull as yet given the path it's coming on, still, nothing major.. just a tropical 'wetness'....

:)

thanks for heads up
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Soggy isothermal atmosphere due to Oswald down in Sydney. [link to twitter.com]
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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
Updated: Sunday, 27 January, 2013 at 04:25 UTC
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A sixth tornado has hit Queensland's Bundaberg region and forecasters say more could develop, including over Brisbane, as the day wears on. There were unconfirmed reports this morning of a tornado on the weather radar at Bribie Island. Four people were injured when a sixth tornado hit the Bundaberg region early on Sunday, tearing roofs from some properties at Burrum Heads. Those injured include a man who had a tree fall on him at a local caravan park, the ABC reports. The Department of Community Safety said none of the four people were believed to have serious injuries. Five other twisters hit the Bundaberg region on Saturday. There were also reports of tornado activity early on Sunday at Bribie Island north of Brisbane. It’s unclear if that has caused any damage. The Bureau of Meteorology has warned communities including Brisbane and the Sunshine and Gold coasts could be hit by tornado activity on Sunday as the low pressure system spawned by ex-cyclone Oswald moves towards NSW. The Bundaberg Regional Council is expecting 200 homes and 100 businesses to flood on Sunday if levels in the Burnett River continue to rise, as expected. About a dozen homes and businesses have already flooded in the city’s north. At Gladstone, north of Bundaberg, 400 properties have been evacuated near the Boyne River.Gladstone mayor Gail Sellers says the Awoonga Dam is well beyond capacity and more than eight metres of water is spilling over the dam wall - something never seen before.
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Once in a century flooding gives Queensland an unexpected sequel

Posted on January 27, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

January 27, 2013 – AUSTRALIA - Thousands of Brisbane and Ipswich residents face days of uncertainty as swollen creeks and rivers deliver a “double whammy” for the second time in just over two years. Intense rainfall directly over the Wivenhoe Dam catchment was yesterday blamed for the sudden change in outlook for the southeast corner, which had been expected to avoid a repeat of the devastating 2011 floods. Falls of another 100mm are now projected to cause the Brisbane and Bremer rivers to breach their banks over 24 hours from midnight tonight, with a second dose of flooding to flow into tomorrow and Wednesday. Parts of Brisbane were already flooded last night, with four people rescued from an Ashgrove property after a torrent of water trapped them in their home on Mossvale St. Police said the street had been evacuated early in the evening, but residents of the house decided to stay behind before becoming concerned by rising water and calling for help. Preparing for the worst, more than 100 cars lined up for sandbags at Newmarket SES depot. Ex-Cyclone Oswald’s march down the Queensland coast left a trail of destruction and caused flash flooding throughout the weekend. But in a dramatic few hours late yesterday, authorities revealed the worst was not over. More than 5000 homes and businesses across Brisbane are now expected to flood over the next few days, including in suburbs such as Rocklea, Rosalie, Milton and Auchenflower, which were hit hard in 2011. But areas not flooded in 2011 are also now in the firing line, with creeks rising across the city along with the Brisbane River. In Ipswich, 400 properties are expected to face some flooding in Brassall, Bundamba, Goodna, Churchill, Moores Pocket, North Boovall and West Ipswich. He stressed the looming flood event would be “a far far lesser event than 2011. That’s why people need to just be calm, look at the (flood) maps first, have a big think and then decide what to do,” the Premier said. –News [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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dispatching all available helicopters to bundaberg.. waters still rising throught the day... houses in danger of being swept away
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Australia is usually dry hence that large mostly unpopulated desert thing in the middle. ex-Oswald still going tho [link to twitter.com]
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

In southeast Queensland, Australia, at least 54.4 inches of rain has fallen since Friday. [link to ow.ly]
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Once in a century flooding gives Queensland an unexpected sequel: 3 killed

Posted on January 27, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

January 27, 2013 – AUSTRALIA - Queensland was today in the grip of another extraordinary flood crisis, with three people dead, helicopters rescuing residents from roofs, and cities and towns facing inundation. Dramatic rescues were underway in Bundaberg, where the city’s worst flood on record left dozens of people trapped on rooftops. Authorities later ordered people in flood-hit north Bundaberg to leave their homes, warning their lives were at risk. At least 1200 Bundaberg properties were already flooded this morning, and there were fears that number could reach 2000. The communities of Gympie and Maryborough were also being inundated following the torrential downpour caused by ex-tropical cyclone Oswald. There is also a major flood crisis developing in the Lockyer Valley, where 19 lives were lost in the state’s 2011 floods. Brisbane and Ipswich are bracing for flooding expected tonight, with further flood peaks expected tomorrow and Wednesday. As Oswald moves south, about 2000 people have been cut off by floodwaters in northern NSW, where heavy rain and winds of up to 140km/h are battering the region. A weather station near Mullumbimby recorded almost 540mm of rain in 24 hours. So far, three flood deaths have been confirmed – those of an 81-year-old man whose body was pulled from the water near Bundaberg, a 27-year-old man who tried to cross a flooded creek near Gympie, and a motorcyclist swept away trying to cross a bridge in the Oxley Creek south of Brisbane last night. A three-year-old boy is also in a critical condition with head injuries after a tree fell on him and his mother on Brisbane’s north-side. His 30-year-old mother is also being treated in hospital for head injuries. In Bundaberg, entire suburbs were evacuated but some people waited too long and about 30 were stranded on rooftops in atrocious conditions prevented rescuers from reaching them. Premier Campbell Newman said the situation in Bundaberg was “very serious” and six helicopters with winching capabilities were rescuing at least 30 people from rooftops. “There is an expectation today of a major flood, probably the largest the city has ever seen,” Mr. Newman said. The Burnett River, which cuts Bundaberg in two, was at 8.9m at 7am today and rising rapidly. –Australian [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Updated: Monday, 28 January, 2013 at 20:25 UTC
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Torrential rains have left thousands of homes flooded in eastern Australia, with more rain and high winds expected in Queensland and New South Wales. The disaster has claimed four lives, including a 3-year-old boy who was hit by a falling tree in the Queensland state capital, Brisbane, the Australian Associated Press said Monday. It said officials were preparing for another day of evacuations along the eastern coast, where hundreds of homes have been cut off by floodwaters. State Emergency Services Deputy Commissioner Steve Pearce told the AAP that some areas in northern New South Wales had been hit by more than half a meter (about 20 inches) of rain, with more than 2,000 people isolated by floodwaters. "We're expecting flash flooding, we're expecting trees to be brought down, wires to be brought down by these winds," Pearce said. "We're expecting a very challenging 24 hours in front of us." Floodwaters have also cut off all roads between New South Wales and Queensland. More than 2,000 homes are underwater in the worst-affected city of Bundaberg 385 kilometers (240 miles) to the north of Brisbane. The same area was hit by serious flooding two years ago, leaving 35 dead. AAP said military helicopters with pilots using night vision equipment were being used to evacuate stranded residents.
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Aussie friend when you wake up..plse be careful ok, just saw some horrible pics of the flooding down there...stay safe my friend...................'Major flood crisis' hits Queensland, Australia
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Northern NSW copping it now :(

Places like Lismore, Casino, Evans Head Northern Rivers area got battered....
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Updated: Tuesday, 29 January, 2013 at 08:21 UTC
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Thousands of Australians huddled in shelters Tuesday as torrential rains flooded cities and towns in the northeast, killing four people and prompting around 1,000 helicopter evacuations. With floodwaters expected to peak in most of the worst-hit areas later Tuesday, officials were rushing to move those in the highest-risk areas to safety. In the hard-hit city of Bundaberg, 385 kilometres (240 miles) north of Brisbane, rescue crews plucked 1,000 people to safety after the river that runs through town broke its banks, sending fast-moving, muddy water pouring into streets and homes. Around 1,500 residents fled to evacuation centres, while patients at the local hospital were being airlifted to Brisbane as a precaution. "Listen to the roar of the water — that's not helicopters," Queensland Premier Campbell Newman said. "You see a lot of locations where there are literally sort of rapids. There's white water out there, so it is very dangerous." Between 2,500 and 3,000 homes and 200 to 300 businesses were inundated with water, Bundaberg Mayor Mal Forman said. Queensland residents and officials were being particularly cautious, after floodwaters from heavy rain in late 2010 and early 2011 left much of the state under water in the worst flooding Australia had seen in decades. The 2010-2011 floods killed 35 people, damaged or destroyed 30,000 homes and businesses and left Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city, under water for days. The current flood crisis was not as severe, though some areas in northern New South Wales were hit by more than half a meter (about 20 inches) of rain, State Emergency Services Deputy Commissioner Steve Pearce said. Four people have died, including a 3-year-old boy who was hit by a falling tree in Brisbane. "We're expecting flash flooding, we're expecting trees to be brought down, wires to be brought down by these winds," Pearce said. "We're expecting a very challenging 24 hours in front of us."
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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
Updated: Tuesday, 29 January, 2013 at 08:21 UTC
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Thousands of Australians huddled in shelters Tuesday as torrential rains flooded cities and towns in the northeast, killing four people and prompting around 1,000 helicopter evacuations. With floodwaters expected to peak in most of the worst-hit areas later Tuesday, officials were rushing to move those in the highest-risk areas to safety. In the hard-hit city of Bundaberg, 385 kilometres (240 miles) north of Brisbane, rescue crews plucked 1,000 people to safety after the river that runs through town broke its banks, sending fast-moving, muddy water pouring into streets and homes. Around 1,500 residents fled to evacuation centres, while patients at the local hospital were being airlifted to Brisbane as a precaution. "Listen to the roar of the water — that's not helicopters," Queensland Premier Campbell Newman said. "You see a lot of locations where there are literally sort of rapids. There's white water out there, so it is very dangerous." Between 2,500 and 3,000 homes and 200 to 300 businesses were inundated with water, Bundaberg Mayor Mal Forman said. Queensland residents and officials were being particularly cautious, after floodwaters from heavy rain in late 2010 and early 2011 left much of the state under water in the worst flooding Australia had seen in decades. The 2010-2011 floods killed 35 people, damaged or destroyed 30,000 homes and businesses and left Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city, under water for days. The current flood crisis was not as severe, though some areas in northern New South Wales were hit by more than half a meter (about 20 inches) of rain, State Emergency Services Deputy Commissioner Steve Pearce said. Four people have died, including a 3-year-old boy who was hit by a falling tree in Brisbane. "We're expecting flash flooding, we're expecting trees to be brought down, wires to be brought down by these winds," Pearce said. "We're expecting a very challenging 24 hours in front of us."
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ty... xo

we have 'mud crews'.. seasonal workers, unemployed, elderly, caring peeps, that are shuttling out 24/7 where they are needed.....

yes!!!!!
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Re: Towns around the southeast Queensland city of Bundaberg could spend up to two days without power after five tornadoes wreaked havoc
Updated: Tuesday, 29 January, 2013 at 08:21 UTC
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Thousands of Australians huddled in shelters Tuesday as torrential rains flooded cities and towns in the northeast, killing four people and prompting around 1,000 helicopter evacuations. With floodwaters expected to peak in most of the worst-hit areas later Tuesday, officials were rushing to move those in the highest-risk areas to safety. In the hard-hit city of Bundaberg, 385 kilometres (240 miles) north of Brisbane, rescue crews plucked 1,000 people to safety after the river that runs through town broke its banks, sending fast-moving, muddy water pouring into streets and homes. Around 1,500 residents fled to evacuation centres, while patients at the local hospital were being airlifted to Brisbane as a precaution. "Listen to the roar of the water — that's not helicopters," Queensland Premier Campbell Newman said. "You see a lot of locations where there are literally sort of rapids. There's white water out there, so it is very dangerous." Between 2,500 and 3,000 homes and 200 to 300 businesses were inundated with water, Bundaberg Mayor Mal Forman said. Queensland residents and officials were being particularly cautious, after floodwaters from heavy rain in late 2010 and early 2011 left much of the state under water in the worst flooding Australia had seen in decades. The 2010-2011 floods killed 35 people, damaged or destroyed 30,000 homes and businesses and left Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city, under water for days. The current flood crisis was not as severe, though some areas in northern New South Wales were hit by more than half a meter (about 20 inches) of rain, State Emergency Services Deputy Commissioner Steve Pearce said. Four people have died, including a 3-year-old boy who was hit by a falling tree in Brisbane. "We're expecting flash flooding, we're expecting trees to be brought down, wires to be brought down by these winds," Pearce said. "We're expecting a very challenging 24 hours in front of us."
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 Quoting: Luisport


ty... xo

we have 'mud crews'.. seasonal workers, unemployed, elderly, caring peeps, that are shuttling out 24/7 where they are needed.....

yes!!!!!
 Quoting: Citizenperth


nearly went with some friends that took time off work to help, but am needed for an old habbit of helping teaching/ baby sitting at school whilst thet get this sorted.. mind you.. i still remember i like it, except because of the liberals they not allowed to play in the puddles.. they might drown.....

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