Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby xWarRocketAJAXx on Sep 6 2017, 4:25am

Well done kaw community u got the power!!
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby Warhawk_ on Sep 6 2017, 5:20am

I feel like devs only did this for the tax deduction. But still, great job all!
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby Dramatic on Sep 6 2017, 9:39am

Holyschu wrote:Where are the devs when countries like australia spain england face problems such as this.

I remember a Japanese relief for the tsunami they had. There was one for another Asian country, I can't remember off the top of my head. And this is the first or 2nd American one, so do ya history boi
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby monkey_poo on Sep 6 2017, 11:14am

Hurricane Irma off the Florida coast 185 mph winds, brace yourselves for another....

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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby monkey_poo on Sep 6 2017, 11:17am

...I also own a house in Florida :|


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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby monkey_poo on Sep 6 2017, 2:13pm

When y'all git done mopping up all that water y'all can git started on that wall while yer here...

...seawall that is :P

Haven't heard any offers of help from India yet :P

Texas Accepts Mexican Offer of Hurricane Harvey Aid

The U.S. State Department thanked Mexico's government for the "very generous offer" of assistance.

In late August 2017, after Harvey slammed into Texas as a category 4 hurricane, dumping a record amount of rain onto the region and causing catastrophic flooding, the Mexican government offered to help relief efforts in Texas.
On 30 August 2017, both Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and the U.S. State Department said that they would take Mexico up on its offer.


The State Department posted footage of remarks by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson after meeting with Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Luis Videgaray Caso. Tillerson said:
I want to thank the Mexican government for its offer of assistance to the state of Texas. They have offered a wide range of assistance, coordinating with the governor down in Texas and also through FEMA. It was very generous of Mexico to offer their help at a very, very challenging time for our citizens back in Texas and now moving toward the border with Louisiana as we’re watching.
Videgaray replied:
You’re absolutely welcome. We are here to help. We are friends. We are neighbors. We are friends, and that’s what friends do.

The Mexican government takes this opportunity to express its full solidarity with the people and government of the United States as a result of the damages caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and expresses that it has offered to provide help and cooperation to the US government in order to deal with the impact of this natural disaster —as good neighbors should always do in trying times.



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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby Aaron on Sep 6 2017, 2:41pm

seeing people help other people out is always such a great thing to see. good job everyone :)
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby ___llKllOllGllUllRllYllOll__ on Sep 7 2017, 3:38pm

Where is my achievement?
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby LTSmashyPooFinkleSteinHausenLT on Sep 8 2017, 12:23pm

___llKllOllGllUllRllYllOll__ wrote:Where is my achievement?


Probably where your heart is...
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Re: Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Results

Postby ChazZ on Sep 8 2017, 1:20pm

Need one for hurricane irma now, and the one in mexico..
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