This image was taken two or three days after the Valentines Day T shirt XOXO Buffalo Plaid Hearts tshirt, in rock port, and houston got the nasty rains from the hurricane. I was downtown Houston, this past thursday, I’m glad the waters are at level. I took myself down by the buffalo bayou, and it’s safe to be around, now that the waters are settling down. However, we can’t afford rain right now.

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So here’s the thing I get the whole well 50 inches would flood any city point. But when you live in a coastal town or city you open yourself up to something like this Valentines Day T shirt XOXO Buffalo Plaid Hearts tshirt. How many times can you remember coastal cities getting flooded due to hurricanes the past 10 to 15 years. We’ve also seen it doesn’t even take a hurricane or a direct hit from one. I get it’s not a positive reality to think of, but what if it’s just time to move on from coastal cities along the south and eastern seaboard. Meaning people just slowly move away from them. Not trying to generate hate comments just legitimately trying to start a discussion.

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Lot’s of people make a living fishing, working the Valentines Day T shirt XOXO Buffalo Plaid Hearts tshirt and shipyard. It also houses the largest naval station in the U.S. literally millions of people are employed with some sort of maritime field. It’s hard to move inland very far because commuting is really far to work. Not to mention it snows here as well. Lots of essential personnel have to be able to get to their stations and driving 60 miles in snow and icy roads is dangerous and just isn’t feasible. I guess it’s just something you have to expect if you choose to live in these areas. Hoping Irma doesn’t slam us out east. But it is food for thought.