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IWF Sep 18
We continue to keep all those affected by in our thoughts.
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Team Rubicon Sep 17
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Susie Cardenas Sep 20
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IndifferentUntil2016 Sep 17
breaking down camera shots during hurricane coverage from YEARS ago to prove that deplorable is a scumbag, who tweeted that he was lying about . Burn in hell . God bless
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🍂🍁Laura Hernandez🍁🍂 Sep 15
We’re with you Robert, as well as all those in the path of 🙏🏽💕
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CEDR Digital Corps Sep 15
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conserve-our-wild-resources Sep 14
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Creative Monster Sep 15
Replying to @MarkDice
Holy crap! I have no words!
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kenda kistenmacher Sep 15
Things to be thankful for. Our families houses are fine. Lots of others aren’t. Time heals all wounds. Please help in donations to NC if you can. was a destroyer.
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Max Armstrong Sep 17
A VERY STRAIGHT RIVER? Nope. It’s Interstate 40 in Pender County, NC. The photo by ⁦⁩ was taken at mile marker 387.
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Ellen4NH Sep 21
It is infuriating that due to lack of regulations combined with hurricane flooding that toxic waste and pollution from Duke Energy and CAFOs is spreading through North Carolina
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Emelie Sep 15
If were wearing a Fitbit, it wouldn’t be logging any active minutes.
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ilina ewen Sep 15
The rain is relentless. It’s as if Florence is crying for our planet.
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Mike Kassab Sep 16
As the Carolinas is still feeling the impact of , the least we can do is provide help through NGOs. Here is one that was recommended by a friend:
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Honda73 Insanity Zone [IZ][B42] Sep 17
As the some have the opportunity to keep on with our daily lives,the folks in North Carolina and South Carolina are having it hard,my thoughts and prayers go out to you all,the devastation is heart wrenching to see.May your prayers be answered.
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Bethany thomas Sep 15
My old neighborhood is completely flooded, my mom recently moved and am happy for that. That being said NC you are in my thoughts and prayers.
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John Robert Downs Sep 14
I wonder why Americans don’t trust the mainstream media?
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Sammy Fretwell Sep 14
Will hog lagoons, toxic waste dumps survive Hurricane Florence? Big storm threatens to spread pollution in SC.
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R-Vin Sep 16
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Sandrina da Cruz Sep 19
My colleague talks with about difficulties plaguing communities affected by and ’s support for organizations providing relief on the ground.
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