Northern Florida hit hard by hurricane!!

dgold44

G.O.A.T.
funny as it had zero mention by the great prophets in the media ???

You can ponder why northern Florida and georgia are not mentioned and many places are literally under the water

Also odd how the wonderful patriots of the American media hardly mention even 911 anymore??
You can figure that out for yourself , I hope
 
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stringertom

Bionic Poster
funny as it had zero mention by the great prophets in the media ???

You can ponder why northern Florida and georgia are not mentioned and many places are literally under the water

Also odd how the wonderful patriots of the American media hardly mention even 911 anymore??
You can figure that out for yourself , I hope
Headline on CNN website: Irma Floods Jacksonville, Savannah and Charleston. I think that's North Florida, Georgia AND South Carolina.

On any other news cycle besides a current ongoing national disaster, commemorations of 9/11 would be the lead story. We don't have hurricanes in late November but if an earthquake strikes on 11/22, talk of JFK's assassination commemorations would go to page 2. Same for December 7.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Isn't Gulbis from Georgia or thereabouts?

911 is what you dial for the police, right?
You xenophobic pretentious snob...Gulbis is from Latvia or, as SoBad calls it, Southwest Russia. Georgia is really located south of Russia but is 2900 km away. Take a geography class sometime, OK???
 
funny as it had zero mention by the great prophets in the media ???

You can ponder why northern Florida and georgia are not mentioned and many places are literally under the water

Also odd how the wonderful patriots of the American media hardly mention even 911 anymore??
You can figure that out for yourself , I hope

Can figure what out? That you're a truther? Of course you are.
:rolleyes:
 
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Grateful as ever to OP for his admonishment of fake news.
 

dgold44

G.O.A.T.
Headline on CNN website: Irma Floods Jacksonville, Savannah and Charleston. I think that's North Florida, Georgia AND South Carolina.

On any other news cycle besides a current ongoing national disaster, commemorations of 9/11 would be the lead story. We don't have hurricanes in late November but if an earthquake strikes on 11/22, talk of JFK's assassination commemorations would go to page 2. Same for December 7.

Wow we get 30 seconds of mention and 80 hours of the rest of Florida.
Are you the guy in Virg or Florida and why do I keep mixing you two up
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Wow we get 30 seconds of mention and 80 hours of the rest of Florida.
Are you the guy in Virg or Florida and why do I keep mixing you two up
In FLORIDA. Hey, Jacksonville had epick flooding but everything around the stadium, which is right on the water, is A-OK for Sunday's Jaguar game. Power is everywhere, unlike very rekt Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Each one of those counties is more heavily populated than Jax. News follows what impacts the most people...pretty simple equation. It's not a plot but go ahead and believe what you want.

Just look at 9/11 coverage...more people died in NYC than in D.C. or Pennsylvania so all the attention still focuses on WTC.
 

Bartelby

Bionic Poster
My brother lives in Jacksonville. He lives near some sort of small estate pond, so I presume he is five feet under. Schade!
 

spaceman_spiff

Hall of Fame
Also odd how the wonderful patriots of the American media hardly mention even 911 anymore??
You can figure that out for yourself , I hope

Well for starters, it was 16 years ago. Memories fade with time. People move on and remember past events less and less as time passes.

For example, no one talks about the OKC bombing anymore. That was a pretty shocking event that killed a lot of people and scarred quite a lot more. But, it happened 22 years ago, so people don't think about it as much as they used to.

If people didn't think about things less as time moved on, then we wouldn't have the capacity to focus on the present, let alone take the future into consideration. For example, as an American, I would have to constantly think about all of the events that led up to and were included in the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the two Iraq wars.

On top of that, I'd have to constantly remind myself of the forced removal of Native Americans from the Southeast, the assassinations of Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and JFK as well as RFK and MLK Jr. I'd also have to constantly remind myself of all the race riots that have happened around the country, including in my hometown. And, I'd have to constantly remind myself of the various terrorist attacks, including the OKC bombing and 9/11.

And then from a personal standpoint, I'd have to constantly remember all of the people close to me who have died, including all four grandparents, my dad, my first nephew, and one of my old friends.

If I tried to do all of that all of the time, then I would be completely incapacitated mentally and emotionally. So just out of pure necessity, people think about past events less as time goes on.

Either that, or it's just a big conspiracy by all of the people that you disagree with in the world to not talk about that one event.
 
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dgold44

G.O.A.T.
In FLORIDA. Hey, Jacksonville had epick flooding but everything around the stadium, which is right on the water, is A-OK for Sunday's Jaguar game. Power is everywhere, unlike very rekt Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Each one of those counties is more heavily populated than Jax. News follows what impacts the most people...pretty simple equation. It's not a plot but go ahead and believe what you want.

Just look at 9/11 coverage...more people died in NYC than in D.C. or Pennsylvania so all the attention still focuses on WTC.

Jacksonville is a huge city and it's obvious why the demons don't report it
 

dgold44

G.O.A.T.
Well for starters, it was 16 years ago. Memories fade with time. People move on and remember past events less and less as time passes.

For example, no one talks about the OKC bombing anymore. That was a pretty shocking event that killed a lot of people and scarred quite a lot more. But, it happened 22 years ago, so people don't think about it as much as they used to.

If people didn't think about things less as time moved on, then we wouldn't have the capacity to focus on the present, let alone take the future into consideration. For example, as an American, I would have to constantly think about all of the events that led up to and were included in the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the two Iraq wars.

On top of that, I'd have to constantly remind myself of the forced removal of Native Americans from the Southeast, the assassinations of Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and JFK as well as RFK and MLK Jr. I'd also have to constantly remind myself of all the race riots that have happened around the country, including in my hometown. And, I'd have to constantly remind myself of the various terrorist attacks, including the OKC bombing and 9/11.

And then from a personal standpoint, I'd have to constantly remember all of the people close to me who have died, including all four grandparents, my dad, my first nephew, and one of my old friends.

If I tried to do all of that all of the time, then I would be completely incapacitated mentally and emotionally. So just out of pure necessity, people think about past events less as time goes on.

Either that, or it's just a big conspiracy by all of the people that you disagree with in the world to not talk about that one event.

911 is still very recent and is as big event as any in modern US history .

You really are equating Okc with 911: do you see how utterly stupid and ridiculous that is .
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Jacksonville is a huge city and it's obvious why the demons don't report it
Could have sworn POTUS45 just had a press conference with Gov. Scott from Ft. Myers in SW Florida. Must be the demons inside them to throw shade on Jax that way.

Jax population: .9 million

Palm Beach County population: 1.2 million

Broward County population: 1.9 million

Dade County population: 2.7 million

Lee/Collier/Charlotte (SW Florida epicenter) counties population: 1.1 million

One man, one vote: go to South Florida, easily. Such demons!
 
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spaceman_spiff

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911 is still very recent and is as big event as any in modern US history .

You really are equating Okc with 911: do you see how utterly stupid and ridiculous that is .

I'm not equating anything with anything. I'm giving an example of a similar event that was huge at the time and has slowly faded from memory since then. That's how things go. It's human nature.

The 9/11 attacks were huge at the time. But over time, memories will fade and people will talk about them less and less. That's especially true when there are other big events happening right now.

Two massive hurricanes have caused widespread death and destruction and a dictator is testing nuclear weapons and long-range missiles while threatening to attack the US, and you're angry that the US media isn't focusing its attention on events that happened 16 years ago.

I'm not saying it's right or wrong. I'm just saying it's what people do. If you expect them to suddenly stop doing something that they've been doing for probably all of human history, then you're going to be disappointed.
 
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Bartelby

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We have nothing to fear but fear itself.

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