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2012-11-16 01:15:20 PM  
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hogans: The Netherlands isn't exactly known for getting hurricanes or other causes of floodlike water surges. While their ideas would no doubt be better than no improvement, they'd still have limited success in another hurricane.

Ha ha haaa haaaaa haaaaaaaaaahaahaahaaaaaaaaa

The North Sea has storm surges all the time that range from mild to once in a hundred years OMG RUN TO THE HILLS.

The Dutch are the worlds best at keeping land from being flooded from the sea.
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