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post #31 of 37
looking at the Hurricane its a blessing that the eye of the storm passed thru a non populated area. Given the magnitude of the storm it looks like the best scenario played out, a little further north or south and it would have been bad. The terrrain also helped weakened the hurricane .
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I could imagine this being a big boost in popularity for the cartels. Just like the Yakuza responded faster than the government for public aid to survivors of the nuclear accident/tsunami, so can the Cartels play a big part in giving public aid as well. El Chapo por El Presidente?

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I could imagine this being a big boost in popularity for the cartels. Just like the Yakuza responded faster than the government for public aid to survivors of the nuclear accident/tsunami, so can the Cartels play a big part in giving public aid as well. El Chapo por El Presidente?

Mexican Government doesn't f around when it comes to natural disasters, mexico may get a bad rep for all the stuff that goes on there and the goverment being corrupt but when it comes to this type of stuff they stick together and the government responds 100% unlike other countries
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post #34 of 37
Really glad to hear the storm wasn't as bad as predicted
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post #35 of 37
El Chapo's doing no doubt

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I could imagine this being a big boost in popularity for the cartels. Just like the Yakuza responded faster than the government for public aid to survivors of the nuclear accident/tsunami, so can the Cartels play a big part in giving public aid as well. El Chapo por El Presidente?

Mexican Government doesn't f around when it comes to natural disasters, mexico may get a bad rep for all the stuff that goes on there and the goverment being corrupt but when it comes to this type of stuff they stick together and the government responds 100% unlike other countries

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