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(Cracked)   Natural disasters are usually all bad, right? Here are 5 surprising upsides to such disasters   ( cracked.com) divider line
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2013-07-05 08:28:24 AM  
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Lord Summerisle: The Black Death plague in medieval England killed off such a big chunk of the population that workers could demand better pay and had more freedom. Well worth the death of one third of the entire workforce.

And yet when I say just one person needs to die I'm labelled an unfeeling psychopath! It's not fair. The extent to which I actively tried to end said persons life is immaterial, and it's still for the courts to decide, anyway.
2013-07-05 08:22:30 AM  
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MBrady: AverageAmericanGuy: Hurricane Katrina: Gave New Orleans a much needed bath and showed us how much of a leader GW Bush really was.

and 0bama did so well with the BP/Deepwater Horizon mess, correct?

If you read the article you would know that by letting the Mississippi flood that year, Obama was able to clear out much of the oil leaked from the Deepwater Horizon.

You can't really blame the administration for the failure of a private company. But in handling the cleanup, I think Obama's record speaks for itself.
2013-07-05 05:23:49 AM  
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Hurricane Katrina: Gave New Orleans a much needed bath and showed us how much of a leader GW Bush really was.
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