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The wrath of Mother Nature can be a bitch....be it earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, tornadoes, etc...  Glad that @Pedro and @ULIZOS (and hopefully all other MNation members/relatives) are o.k.  It's heartbreaking to see the destruction.  But also heartwarming to see everyone coming together to help.  It's just a shame that it takes something like this to realize how small we all are (compared to our dwelling place/Earth) and see humanity pull through.  Again, my thoughts and prayers are with you, Mexico.

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12 minutes ago, todsmod said:

The wrath of Mother Nature can be a bitch....be it earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, tornadoes, etc...  Glad that @Pedro and @ULIZOS (and hopefully all other MNation members/relatives) are o.k.  It's heartbreaking to see the destruction.  But also heartwarming to see everyone coming together to help.  It's just a shame that it takes something like this to realize how small we all are (compared to our dwelling place/Earth) and see humanity pull through.  Again, my thoughts and prayers are with you, Mexico.

Gracias mi amigo @todsmod ❤️🙏🏻❤️

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49 minutes ago, Rebel Saviour said:

So tragic:no:. My thoughts and prayers go to Mexico. I hope all the Mexican members are ok.

Thank u @Rebel Saviour ❤️ 

People rescuing under the rain 

 

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I've been following the post-earthquake news on tv since it happened. And I must say that the humanism of it all is very touching with everybody helping, rescuing each other, working together, all for one and one for all. I get emotional every time I watch it.

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1 hour ago, Rock said:

I've been following the post-earthquake news on tv since it happened. And I must say that the humanism of it all is very touching with everybody helping, rescuing each other, working together, all for one and one for all. I get emotional every time I watch it.

 

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The alarm went off again just minutes ago, everybody evacuated but it was a minor movement. 

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Walking 5 blocks from my house I found this in between two completely destroyed buildings, there's supposed to be 40/50 people trapped in one of them. 

it was a very strong thing to watch and the same time an odd sensation like things happening in another dimension, like one of those end of the world movies, but it was an extreme real life situation. 

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I really hope that they find these people alive, but as this building there are so many other with similar conditions... 

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So many empty buildings, people being forced out for security reasons... 

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Lost pets, government abuse and negligence, military bureaucracy, thank God for the people taking action and solving things by our own. 

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If the data of CONAGO is true, there are 55 thousand houses completely destroyed in the country (33 thousand only in Chiapas and Oaxaca). This is equivalent to 250,000 homeless people in Mexico ...

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Just now, Pedro said:

If the data of CONAGO is true, there are 55 thousand houses completely destroyed in the country (33 thousand only in Chiapas and Oaxaca). This is equivalent to 250,000 homeless people in Mexico ...

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this is so sad and scary

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9 minutes ago, promise to try said:

this is so sad and scary

💔 I know, I haven't been able to go to my university for two weeks now, the school is ok but the zone is affected so until the government gives green light... but this is really the least of the problems... 

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5 hours ago, Sky Fits Heaven said:

How's Mexico doing, @Pedro?

Hola @Sky Fits Heaven I guess things are still very fresh in everybody’s mind, it’s all that people talk about and it’s in the news 24/7, tonight the seismic alarm went off in my university and we were evacuated, the general feeling was: oh not again please, but it was just the schools alarm and nothing happened outside, don’t know why that happened. 

There’s a feeling of unity in the general consciousness and Mexicans feel very united, the government and the media have been heavily exposed as very corrupt organizations, not that we didn’t know that but things were very evident with social media. 

They are going to demolish 1000 buildings so many families are still going to be affected. 

Thank u for asking. :inlove: :brenspin:

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On ‎22‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 2:53 PM, LSD said:

 

Frida or Marina?

Anyway... :inlove: 

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5 hours ago, horn said:

Frida or Marina?

Anyway... :inlove: 

Frida is her name and Marina means Navy (forces) and yes she is  :inlove: 

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