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Apparently, Fleeing the City During A Crisis for Rural Shelter Is "Treason"

If there is a major crisis – from an economic collapse, to a terror attack, natural disaster or mass civil unrest – your first thought may be to escape the city and retreat to the safety of your hideaway shelter in the countryside. 163 more words



Wasteland by Susan Kim turned out to be a giant waste of my time.  It really is the worst post-apocalyptic YA book I have read to date.  427 more words

Book Reviews

Drowned City written and illustrated by Don Brown

Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina & New Orleans written and illustrated by Don Brown
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015.

Katrina hit New Orleans on August 29, 2005, and this powerful Sibert Honor graphic novel looks at the tragic effects and the aftermath of the hurricane on the city and its residents. 299 more words

Middle Grade

American corporate media silent on Fukushima’s continuing nuclear crisis

While the American reactor industry continues to suck billions of dollars from the public treasury, its allies in the corporate media seem increasingly hesitant to cover the news of post-Fukushima Japan.  630 more words


Sarah Miles reblogged this on thechristchurchfiasco and commented:

More stuff to worry about! Another disaster that hardly gets a mention these days.

Texas Flood Survivor Follows Ted Cruz To New Hampshire Primaries

By AJ Abell CONCORD, New Hampshire — Renee Boschert lives in Wimberley, Texas, a place where virtually no one has flood insurance because of the extremely low chances of flooding. 462 more words

New Hampshire Primaries

Please Don't Close My Eyes 请不要闭上我的双眼..

“One step… two step… and squat down!”

“The handle… handle… where is it?”

“Okay, found it and open this feeling, this sound, this smell, food found!” 907 more words

Creative Writing

Earthquake in Taiwan

Saturday morning I awoke at 4:00 am to my apartment shaking. I had a feeling nothing would fall. So, I went back to sleep. I was right, about my own apartment, that was. 2,261 more words