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Old 09-18-2006, 09:46 PM   #11
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Man water can be a destructive force cant it?
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i think the water flow was coming from one of the GM plants
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How can the hell water do that, is there a rock or a reef under the water, I just don't see how it can crush the roof down that far.
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How can the H*** water do that, is there a rock or a reef under the water, I just don't see how it can crush the roof down that far.
If I'm not mistaken,a gallon of water weighs 8 pounds and it'* moving also
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How can the H*** water do that, is there a rock or a reef under the water, I just don't see how it can crush the roof down that far.
ever been to the ocean during the tide? or belly flopped off a high dive? or stood in front of an open fire hydrant? water is hard!
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How can the H*** water do that, is there a rock or a reef under the water, I just don't see how it can crush the roof down that far.
ever been to the ocean during the tide? or belly flopped off a high dive? or stood in front of an open fire hydrant? water is hard!
undertoe alone from an ocean and swipe you off your feet. I am not supprised at all.

That is probably about 8+ hours of water damage. becasue the tide started low in the first pictures and then the last ones are when it was low again.
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