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SA Tiger
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re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply

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DO keep small hard plastic/blow-up dolls clean by emptying, scrubbing, and allowing them to dry after each use.


FIFY


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tidehillcrest
Alabama Fan
Mobile, Alabama
Member since Feb 2013
1521 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
St Bernard should have been abandoned after Katrina.. Isaac just reminded them of their dumb decision to return, and another storm will Katrina-them again. Move to a real modern area with CLEAN WATER for crying out loud!


gaetti15
Navy Fan
Da Parish
Member since Apr 2013
7341 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
Trololololololol people shouldn't have moved back to tuscaloosa after the tornado. I mean who wants to live where those things happen. See what I dodge there???


tidehillcrest
Alabama Fan
Mobile, Alabama
Member since Feb 2013
1521 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
sorry dipshit, st bernard your "argument" is laughable when St Bernard CREATED their own damn problem by allowing the Miss River to be leveed up. As long as the springtime flooding sediment which existed before man fricked it all up 100 years ago isnt corrected, then SELA will continue to rapidly erode. All of the Southshore is doomed to be reclaimed by mother nature as even tens of billions on levees and floodwalls wont stop the inevitable destruction of the area.

I mean for Gods sake, the Isaac surge was 1.5 feet less than Katrina at the same damn spot where the MRGO seawall was built and it was BARELY a hurricane! Imagine had that storm had been a cat 3 or 4...It would have flooded every place Katrina did. If you refuse to ignore the obvious warning signs, then enjoy the hell that is to come!


genuineLSUtiger
LSU Fan
Asheville, NC
Member since Sep 2005
39574 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
What do you know, Bama boy?


tidehillcrest
Alabama Fan
Mobile, Alabama
Member since Feb 2013
1521 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
Former Louisianian dipshit


tidehillcrest
Alabama Fan
Mobile, Alabama
Member since Feb 2013
1521 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
LINK /

READ THE WHOLE DAMN THING! Ya might learn somethin!


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chalmetteowl
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
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Member since Jan 2008
14618 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
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sorry dipshit, st bernard your "argument" is laughable when St Bernard CREATED their own damn problem by allowing the Miss River to be leveed up. As long as the springtime flooding sediment which existed before man fricked it all up 100 years ago isnt corrected, then SELA will continue to rapidly erode. All of the Southshore is doomed to be reclaimed by mother nature as even tens of billions on levees and floodwalls wont stop the inevitable destruction of the area.


so i guess no one should have built a city here in the 1700s, with all the knowledge of hurricanes and water that they didn't have back then


Sir Drinksalot
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Member since Aug 2005
14893 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
He appears to be asking why anyone would move back after Katrina, bc it's probably going to happen again. Legit question IMHO.


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TrueTiger
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re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
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Brain eating in da parish? That strain will die out due to lack of food source.



same reason zombies never go there


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Redfish2010
USA Fan
Member since Jul 2007
13272 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
Dats nut gewd for da paaarish


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Cadello
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Eunice
Member since Dec 2007
30882 posts

re: Brain eating Amoeba found in St. Bernard water supply
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DO NOT allow water to go up your nose or sniff water into your nose when bathing, showering, washing your face, or swimming in small hard plastic/blow-up pools.
DO NOT jump into or put your head under bathing water (bathtubs, small hard plastic/blow-up pools) - walk or lower yourself in.


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