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Awesome People in the Middle of The Atlanta Traffic Jam (12 pics)

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  • 31 Jan, 2014  |
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№1 Author: AlienShooter (31 Jan 2014 04:49) Total user comments: 1199


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Faith in humanity restored!
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№2 Author: radical_ed (31 Jan 2014 06:35) Total user comments: 470


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I salute you, America!
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№3 Author: MrTwister70 (31 Jan 2014 15:35) Total user comments: 39


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It's a shame it takes something like this to bring out the good in people.........
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№4 Author: JT (31 Jan 2014 20:45) Total user comments: 0


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Don't get me wrong, the humanitarian aspect is awesome, but that's a light dusting of snow and they're in what appears to be a state of emergency LOL, what a joke! Hate to see how they would handle a real snowstorm!
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№5 Author: Lu (31 Jan 2014 21:00) Total user comments: 15082


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Way to go, people. :04:
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№6 Author: alexacrow (1 Feb 2014 00:02) Total user comments: 1134


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Awesome people. God bless them :) and multiply everything they gave.
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№7 Author: joffenbaker (1 Feb 2014 03:29) Total user comments: 4965


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@JT... I SOMEWHAT AGREE, We just endured -37 and 10 inches, but I must agree, these guys live in a tropic zone and totally un-prepared for what had hit them, we're used to it and they aren't. It's awesome to see brothers in arms taking care of one another in a desperate situation. SALUTE! :12:
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№8 Author: tits mcgee (1 Feb 2014 03:54) Total user comments: 0


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it snowed 32 inches in 48 hours. i made it to work fine in sweat pants. seriously humanitarian aide for that?
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№9 Author: Maxid (1 Feb 2014 21:44) Total user comments: 542


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@joffenbaker, thanks for your understanding but it's not just a matter of being "used to it." People in Atlanta suffer when it snows because they don't buy snowchains and plows, and they can't even buy heavy winter coats because Walmart doesn't waste space for something that rarely sells in the Southern US.

People in the north die when the temperature rises because who needs air conditioners? People in the Mid-Atlantic US die during earthquakes because they don't build earthquake-ready buildings. People in Texas die during prolonged rains because we don't build drainage systems to carry the water away. :13: (In fact, we build things to keep the water around when it does rain!)
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