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Old 06-28-2007, 05:44 PM
Location: Far Western KY
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Kentucky is an Indian word for 'allergy'
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:30 PM
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I think your right, Desiree, but I just did a little homework. My town of Louisville does hold the #12 spot on Forbes list of worst cities for allergies. There may lie my personal problem.
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Old 05-04-2008, 04:38 PM
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They can't bring the flood walls down. It would be a disaster when the inevitable flood came, and the murals are a tourist attraction. The river might mean more much to an adult, but when I was a kid coming to Paducah, I loved, loved, loved those murals. My 5-year-old nephew now loves them as well when he goes with my parents each year. Kids love murals and paintings, and kids bring their parents and their parents' money. It would be a huge mistake to get rid of the murals.

Floods are the worst natural disaster, far and above earthquakes, hurricanes, or any other type of thing Mother Nature wreaks on us, yet most people dismiss floods as being nothing to worry about. It's not the hurricane that destroyed New Orleans, it's the flooding. You are millions of times more likely to die in a flood than in a terrorist attack, yet everyone is scared to death of a possible terrorist attack.
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