Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Ball of Hate, Jan 9, 2008.
"im rich biatch!"
I would love to see her mafematics.
Did we already play the 'guess the race' game?
You have got to be kidding. I'm pretty sure we've had floods in this country before. Obviously the magnitude is greater simple because of time but I don't think this is the worst tragedy in American history.
The only problem I can see from Katrina is not enough DIED!
I'm surprised they're not suing mutha naycha for throwing that monstrosity their way to begin with.
But notice this ass said the trauma they had undergone is unlike anything this country has seen in it's history.
So...I guess with "anything", they're saying Katrina was worse than the September 11th attacks (over 3,000 deaths), Pearl Harbor (2,350 deaths), which both by the way, had absolutely no warning for the citizens, the Civil War, Revolutionary War, both World Wars, Vietnam, the San Francisco earthquakes of 1906 and 1989 (also no warning), Hurricane Andrew, Hugo, Camille, and Galveston 1900 (upwards of 12,000 deaths). Yeah, that sounds fair.
How can you sue the gov't for a natural disaster? "whaa"
they should factor out the amount of money in televisions and stereo systems that were stolen.
However, poor stoopid people tend to live in clusters, thus then, why they "think" they can sue and win.
I'd like to see the lawyer that took these case...:nuts:
What do you expect, its like the Boondocks said a couple of weeks ago. New Orleans' ******* are the grimest ones around. I mean I'm all for victims of the Katrina getting what's theirs to rebuild their lives, but fucking suing for a natural diaster, give me fucking break. That goes for anybody suing black or white.
A lot of people in NO and Mississippi are getting FUCKED by their Insurance company's. That's where the real problem is, those fuck faces stalling people to settle for a lower amount then what people expected or need to rebuild.
It's probably just a simple mix up, and she accidentally carried a 1 where it shouldn't have been done.
Ehh, her lawyer will take half of it when she wins.
I read no further
The part thats annoying to me is that people were told to get out of the area three days before it happened and they decided not to. They hoped for the best but got the worst, and now its the governments fault and they want all this compensation. Its bullshit. If every weatherman in the country was telling me to get out of my area because my house would be under water, I would be getting the fuck out of the area even if I had to walk.
I consider Katrina much different than 9/11 or Pearl Harbor. Those two were more about loss of lives while Katrina was more about loss of home, livelihoods and property. I'm not saying that didn't happen during 9/11 or Pearl Harbor, but the consequence of both is really quite different. So I think it's fair to say that it's unlike "anything" except maybe Sherman kicking Confederate ass. Burn it all General, burn it all.
That being said, 3 quadrillion?
that happens with every flooding. n.o. is no different than anyplace that has been flooded. check around and you will find cities that have been flooded out, just not as big as say n.o.
im suprised they didnt ask for anything else like grape soda, life time supply of chicken and so on
Now I have enough cigarettes to last me and my family the rest of our lives.
Look on the bright side... it's only 3 quadrillion. Imagine if they were asking for eleventy kajillion. Then we'd really be fucked.
Well I don't even have to read the story to know that it's a dumb black motherfucker that filed that claim. Just imagine how much chicken that would buy.
$3 quadrillion would be enough money to build those nignogs houses made of gold with the best of everything technological made today that they could smear grease all over.
Let's all sing a James Brown song. At least that's who I think sang it or wrote it or something.
Living in America..........
I think there may have been a misunderstanding. The balloon who filed the 3 quadrillion dollar claim isn't suing for that amount, he just listed his 3-year-old daughter Quadrillion's name on the lawsuit.