On one of the sites I read, a man said it looked like a war zone. I've heard this before, wondering if he has actually seen a war zone. I wonder if soldiers overlooking a war zone comment that it looks like a tornado had gone through.
I recall seeng pictures of the aftermath of the tornado that devastated Joplin Missouri a while back. It showed part of the city, where houses and buildings stood were now completely flattened. Everything gone. Not a single thing over four inches high for blocks.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
When I lived in Bonham, on the outskirts of Dallas, I stumbled across the set of "Cellar-Doors" out in the middle of the back yard of the place I was staying in and wondered "WTHeck is this, and why is it in the middle of the yard?!?"
When I was told, it became one of the many reasons for returning to "The Greater New York Area".
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