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Coping with the aftermath (11/7/12)


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Current conditions as of right now


The people are calm, peaceful and helping each other and doing the best they can under the circumstances.

In some places those conditions are - as of 9 days after the storm - no electricity, no potable water, no local food supplies, destroyed housing, unpassable roads.

We have a kernel of useful information here, but the situation is still very chaotic from a news point of view.


Brasscheck TV's answer to the normal human question: "What can I do?"

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