News and pictures are finally filtering out of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti which was rocked by an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale today (Jan. 12). Pictures posted on the NY Times website show the devastation and injured. Casualties are expected to be high.

U.S. president Barack Obama has pledged to send aid to the tiny island nation. Offers of support and donations for Haiti are pouring in from all over the world. Local Atlanta DJs are taking donations and collecting canned goods. And members of a LA fire rescue team are deploying to Haiti.

The 72-member heavy rescue task force received a request for help from the U.S. Agency for International Development and is gathering at a staging area in Pomona, county fire officials said.

The team includes paramedics, search dogs, communication specialists and rescuers who are trained in combing through collapsed structures to find victims.

Obama has instructed State Department, the United States Agency for International Development and the United States Southern Command to begin working to coordinate an assessment, aides said.

“My thoughts and prayers go out to those who have been affected by this earthquake,” Mr. Obama said in a statement. “We are closely monitoring the situation and we stand ready to assist the people of Haiti.”

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  • http://myspace.com/rayne215 spongebobfan

    ........ the End begins :coffee:

  • http://myspace.com/brinasongwriter brinany

    My thoughts and prayers go out to all my Haitians..

  • Daisy

    Jesus be a fence

    I thought the end begin when President Obama was elected :lol:

  • starr

    Sad....heartbreakening

    continue :pray: for them

  • Daisy

    I am watching CNN now just heartbreaking. Lawd have mercy

  • Daisy

    Maybe the blessing in all of this will be that the country will be re built BETTA than ever *trying to think positive* I know they are tired of living in such a poor country bless their hearts. :pray:

  • trynabeme

    I was tryna play catch up in the earlier post & got lonely...

    O.M.Gee! This is uber scary for me to look @ being that I live in earthquake land. I recall our biggest quake of my time which was in '89. The aftermath of a major quake is absolutely maddening. I :pray: for the ppl of Haiti and praying for anyone who is stuck somewhere...just hold on help is on the way! God is ABLE!

  • trynabeme

    AI is on for me NOW! :dance: Finna watch...I'll catch up with yall later.

    :nite:

  • kwall

    God be a warm set of arms around this already poor poor country. Hati is one of the poorest countries in the WORLD.

    I remember reading a few years ago...with tears in my eyes... that people there were eating cookies baked with DIRT...as a main ingredient...to survive.

    They so did not need this.

    God bless them. God bless them. God bless them.

  • Mahogany03

    :crying: These pics are too much for me to handle.

  • http://mistariesworld.blogspot.com mistarie

    This is sooo sad. I :pray: that the U.S. will TRULY do something to help these people out. They already had a little next to nothing. Wow.

  • kwall

    I just went back and read the dirt cookie story. It was written in 1/08. So just two years ago....and prolly 2 days ago....folks there were eating dirt. Peace be still.

    We gotta help these folks yall. Just like when Katrina hit and the quote that stood out the most was "we had nothing before the storm...now we have less than nothing." That is the people on that island right now. I hope everyone does what they can for the brothers and sisters in Haiti. Just $5. Anything. Just wow wow wow.

  • missmiami

    :pray: for this nation! They can't catch a break and the entire world just ignores there existence. What happened to looking after fellow man? I guess since they don't have any resources to offer we have turned our backs on them.

    I will :pray: for them as a nation because generational/ancestral curses are real folks. We all have them believe it or not. The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9).

  • http://facebook.com/home.php?#/profile.php?ref=profile&id=1224695543 Karamelkisses76

    I saw this earlier via Warren Ballentine. I also was watching CNN earler today about why the weather is the way that is right now. Still... hard to see anyone suffer but Haiti? I mean, if there were a people who needed a miracle, a blessing, a freaking break, or just a little love it's certainly Haiti.

  • missmiami

    CAN ANYONE SAY "HAARP" PROGRAM. Not saying it has anything to do with this but it has a lot to do with the wicked weather now adays. Seriously, how did we have snow flakes in florida last week? It hasn't snowed since 1977

  • http://dahoneyhive.blogspot.com ryand91

    Damn Haiti can't catch a break can they? Poorest country in the Western hemisphere, corrupt government. My prayers are most definitely with them.

  • onlinefan

    reposting these from Sandra's twitter:

    Wyclef Jean Requests Prayers and Donations for the People of Haiti >>> http://tinyurl.com/yehs532

    RT @wyclef: Text YELE right now to 501 501 to donate $5 dollars toward relief in Haiti

  • H-Townmama

    I will for them as a nation because generational/ancestral curses are real folks. We all have them believe it or not. The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9).
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    u better :preach: that

  • http://charactercorner.blogspot.com attorneymom

    Perhaps now the US will allow Haitians to come to America like the Cubans.

    My prayers and donations go out to Haiti.

  • indesign18

    God please bless these people. My heart is heavy, it just seems like the black diaspora has had to suffer in ways unimaginable to the rest of the world. Black people of the world are resilient, but somethings are just too much. Faith in God is the only comfort, I know so I will stay with that. Strengthen the foundation we stand on Lord!

  • Al-Ameera

    Breaks my heart....
    Prayers out to Haiti

  • http://sandrarose.com Ms.kaylamomma

    Lord have mercy. I can't even imagine... In one day everything I own is gone. I can't... :crying1:

  • FloridaChick813

    Thats very sad..

  • BROWNSUGAPOET

    I was sayin in the other post we've had 27 small ones here in less than a yr so I'm really paranoid because you never know which one will be the big one! I never evn knew Oklahoma had earthquakes until last yr. My heart goes out to these people.

    Missmiami it amazes me that some people still don't believe in generational curses

  • missy

    This is sad... :( and I hope they get the help they need...

    MAY ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES R.I.P.

  • Daisy

    Morning fam. Heart is Heavy but God is still on throne!

    @Indesign are you new?

  • http://sandrarose.com Ms.kaylamomma

    Hey @ Missy, I was worried if you would come in here today with everything going on. :hug:

    Good morning SR fam!!

  • missy

    *waves*Hey Ms.kaylamomma ........I am good but it looked like it rained last night......but the sun is out today and we are good.....it is just the folks in Haiti who are in need of help badly....

    Thanks for the concern :hug:

    And Good Morning all

  • BrealistiK

    May God have mercy for them. Extra prayers :pray: :pray:

  • MzSharon

    I too am with a heavy heart this morning, but as stated, GOD is still in charge!! May HE bless them all! My heart and prayers go out to the people of Haiti!!!

  • http://Twitter.com/Juana4ev Joja86

    Appreciate the coverage Sandra. They've had 33 aftershocks & its still continuing

    Praying for everyone… Things like this happen & reminds the human race. Much more to come… Haven’t gotten through to family yet… I wish media would stop taking jabs at Haiti & stressing us being “poor” 50 million times. Why don’t they address why then (starting with Christopher Columbus down to the present)? Anything to cover the hot story. I want to see how buildings would react in NY during a 7.0 earthquake..they make it seem like any other place would be ready. This hasn’t happened in that region for over 200 years in that scale! Do they not get this was right underneath them! Our National Palace was destroyed & I doubt that was poorly built, smh.

    Moving on, if you plan on donating, I don’t trust Red Cross (i.e. Hurricane Katrina outcome). Try Yele Haiti (Wyclef’s charity),etc..beware..sadly many scams occur during these disasters SMH

    Text Yele to “501501? to donate $5 from your cellphone bill

  • http://Twitter.com/Juana4ev Joja86

    Appreciate the coverage Sandra. They've had 33 aftershocks & its still continuing

    Praying for everyone… Things like this happen & reminds the human race. Much more to come… Haven’t gotten through to family yet… I wish media would stop taking jabs at Haiti & stressing us being “poor” 50 million times. Why don’t they address why then (starting with Christopher Columbus down to the present)? Anything to cover the hot story. I want to see how buildings would react in NY during a 7.0 earthquake..they make it seem like any other place would be ready. This hasn’t happened in that region for over 200 years in that scale! Do they not get this was right underneath them! Our National Palace was destroyed & I doubt that was poorly built, smh.

    Moving on, if you plan on donating, I don’t trust Red Cross (i.e. Hurricane Katrina outcome). Try Yele Haiti (Wyclef’s charity),etc..beware..sadly many scams occur during these disasters SMH

    Text Yele to “501501? to donate $5 from your cellphone bill

  • Tonya8

    and as you guys pray please remember my country (the bahamas) thanks guys

  • http://Twitter.com/Juana4ev Joja86

    Oh man kept getting errors...sorry for the double post. If you can delete. Thanks

  • http://Twitter.com/Juana4ev Joja86

    I'm praying for DR, Cuba, Bahamas,etc too.. even though Tsunami alert was called off..you never know with this weather. Freezing in NY, snowing in random places, Haiti gets an earthquake,aftershock,etc. These times are crazy

  • missy

    @Tonya8 are you in the Bahamas now or you live in America....

  • brownelovely

    @KWall...I just looked up the story you mentioned. I had never heard of this. Truly sad...it makes you think how much food you waste everyday. It's truly a blessing to be able to eat what we want everyday. Thanks for posting about that story.

    My prayers are out there to everyone over there.

  • nika405

    My prayer are with the people of Haiti and those that live else where with family there. May God protect and keep you.

  • nika405

    Good Morning Fam!

  • nika405

    @ Brown, send me a picture....I'm thinking of going super short for the summer.

  • Mornay

    I will for them as a nation because generational/ancestral curses are real folks. We all have them believe it or not. The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9).
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    And if you're implyng that somehow Haitians did something to deserve this I'm sure you'd agree that Hurricane Katrina happened as a result of Bourbon Street. If so, Atlanta, San Fransico, New York and D.C. are up next???

    I'm not sure if you understand how offensive your message is to people who have lived through a NATURAL disaster...

    ***Hurricane Katrina Survivor***

  • gypsyeyes

    Good morning all. This saddens me greatly. I can't watch the coverage because I can't be sad today. Not being selfish, but I have a tendency to let things weigh me down.My prayers do go out to Haiti.

  • SanfiPolemikos

    This is so sad. They can't get a break.

    God bless them.

  • BROWNSUGAPOET

    Nika I'll send you one after I get it cut again cause it looks crazy now! It will probably be this weekend before I have time to get it cut.

  • missy

    I understand what Missmiami is saying........I don't think that she meant it in a malicious manner...but people do put curses upon themselves and their family......I don't think that anyone deserves to suffer for what their family may have done...but it happens......

  • FloridaChick813

    Good morning everyone!!!

    Mornay Says:

    I will for them as a nation because generational/ancestral curses are real folks. We all have them believe it or not. The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9).
    **********************************************
    And if you’re implyng that somehow Haitians did something to deserve this I’m sure you’d agree that Hurricane Katrina happened as a result of Bourbon Street. If so, Atlanta, San Fransico, New York and D.C. are up next???

    I’m not sure if you understand how offensive your message is to people who have lived through a NATURAL disaster…

    ***Hurricane Katrina Survivor***
    _______________________________________

    God Bless you!!!! When I watched it on CNN, all I could do was sit there and cry :-( it was very devastating

  • kwall

    @Indesign are you new?
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    indesign is not new. our fellow north carolinian been around a long time....only logs in late/early and every blue moon.

  • missmiami

    Hey not only talking about Haitians, I'm talking about ALL OF GOD'S children. Again, my personal belief and I prefer not to debate religion on a gossip blog. Everyone is entitled to there own opinion. However, all of the national events and things pertaining to the weather tells us that something is going on. Have a good day :coffee:

  • ReadTheBlog

    Good Morn SR Fam :coffee:

    I see the ignorance never ceases around here - funny how some are trying to make this about them. But I digress.

    I hope these people can overcome. God be with them.

  • Quitta

    This is so sad. My prayers go out to them.

    This is why I don't take things for granted cause you never know. Thank the Man in morning and know that you are blessed each day because there are pple out there who are in worse circumstances than you are.

    Good morning all.

  • missy

    @Quitta-I am with you I never take things for granted..but when I get tired an start to complain I always remember their is some one out there worse then me....and I should be grateful for what I have.....and thank God for everything he has blessed me with.....

  • FloridaChick813

    Quitta Says:

    This is so sad. My prayers go out to them.

    This is why I don’t take things for granted cause you never know. Thank the Man in morning and know that you are blessed each day because there are pple out there who are in worse circumstances than you are.

    Good morning all.
    ____________________________________________

    Amen!!!!!! Couldnt agree with you more.

  • kwall

    When I watched it on CNN, all I could do was sit there and cry :-( it was very devastating
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    me and you both. my husband knows how i am about stuff like this. he came in late last night and turned the tv off cause like he said i woulda been up watching and crying all night.... :crying1:

  • nika405

    Thanks Brown. As a Navy Sailor who was onboard the USS Bataan that was docked outside New Orleans BEFORE the levee's broke and destroyed the city you can not imagine/picture the destruction and helplessness that the people of natural diasters are going thru right now. I still have nightmares about it and I will never forgive our government for how they handled the situation.

  • Quitta

    That's right Missy, gotta be grateful for what you have hun.

  • FloridaChick813

    kwall Says:

    When I watched it on CNN, all I could do was sit there and cry it was very devastating
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    me and you both. my husband knows how i am about stuff like this. he came in late last night and turned the tv off cause like he said i woulda been up watching and crying all night….
    _____________

    Me too.. I had to turn from it, otherwise I wouldnt of gotten any sleep worrying about it..

  • Quitta

    Uh hmm. Hey Florida

  • http://sandrarose.com Ms.kaylamomma

    Not to take the light off of what's happening in Haiti, but I agree with everyone about Hurricane Katrina. The images have stayed in my head and those are some of most graffic images I have ever seen in my life. And I saw them on tv so I could only imagine what it was like in New Orleans. I thought those images were from from a third world country or something.

  • FloridaChick813

    On another note:

    WHERE ARE U SANDRA???????? Im ready for my daily dose..

    Hey Quitta!!!!! Glad its humpday!!! :cool:

  • Mornay

    missmiami Says:

    Hey not only talking about Haitians, I’m talking about ALL OF GOD’S children. Again, my personal belief and I prefer not to debate religion on a gossip blog. Everyone is entitled to there own opinion. However, all of the national events and things pertaining to the weather tells us that something is going on. Have a good day
    ******************************************
    It's not a matter of debate YOU ARE WRONG! Maybe if you referenced Matthew 24:6-7 your opinion wouldn't be offensive... but "Generational Curses" would assign fault to the victim.

    I HOPE you're enjoying your coffee because there are people in Haiti without food and water.

  • mirsmommy

    Quitta Says:

    This is so sad. My prayers go out to them.

    This is why I don’t take things for granted cause you never know. Thank the Man in morning and know that you are blessed each day because there are pple out there who are in worse circumstances than you are.

    Good morning all
    ___________________________________________________________

    I sooooo :cosign: with you.

    My :heart: & :pray: go out to all effected by this tragedy.

  • j.c.

    may God bless all those affected. one day you're here and the next........

  • FloridaChick813

    @ Ms.kaylamomma -- Ur Def. not taking light off whats happening in Haiti. But I just think Hurricane Katrina effected us all differently because that actually happened in the USA. I mean, that kinda stuff is NOT expected to happen here. And to see people stranded for days on roof tops and in attics is just heart breaking.. I couldnt imagine being in any of these situations.. My heart really goes out the people who experience these things..

  • jazi65

    Just watching that devastation and grief on their faces made me grab and hug my daughter. Life is so short, every day is a blessing. My thoughts and prayers go out to Haiti.

  • Krysi J

    *hand cuffed over my mouth* MISSSSSSSSSSAY!!!!

    MISSSSSSAAY??!!!

    where you at gurl?? MISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsssssssssAAAAAAaaaayYY!!??

  • khandi25

    Please take time today and have a moment of silence and prayer for the people of Haiti.

  • LaTechGrad02

    The President will be giving a speech about the earthquake in Haiti shortly

  • Shauny

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Haiti and their families. Truly sad

  • cheeks8683

    O wow these pics where too much! My prayers go out to all those people. I was listening to the Rickey Smiley Morning Show this morning and they had it to where u can text to a number and a $5 donation will go to them. It will show up on your phone bill. I wish I could look up that info here but my job filters that website. They said that they are one of the poorest nations anyway so this earthquake only makes it worse.

  • missy

    KKKrryyssssiiii J I am here girl......thank heavens....

  • Mornay

    FloridaChick813 Says:
    @ Ms.kaylamomma — Ur Def. not taking light off whats happening in Haiti. But I just think Hurricane Katrina effected us all differently because that actually happened in the USA. I mean, that kinda stuff is NOT expected to happen here. And to see people stranded for days on roof tops and in attics is just heart breaking.. I couldnt imagine being in any of these situations.. My heart really goes out the people who experience these things..
    ****************************************
    I left New Orleans 8/27/05 not knowing 48 hours later I would be homeless and called a "refugee" as a U.S. Citizen. I still can't fully talk about it. It's almost like someone hit the reset button on my life. BUT God has been and continues to be faithful so I don't complain.

  • LaTechGrad02

    @Cheeks, I think that info is posted under the Wyclef story but you can also look up Yele and donate there too

  • mirsmommy

    missy Says:

    KKKrryyssssiiii J I am here girl……thank heavens….
    ___________________________________________________________

    Heyyyyy, Missy. *waving* Glad to see you're okay. :yes:

  • cheeks8683

    Glady u are ok as well Missy!!!! @ LaTechGrad02 yeah that's it, it was for Yele, that's where the donations where going to.

  • missy

    *waves* Heeeeyyyy mirsmommy...Yeah I'm okay..only the people in Inagua could feel the aftershocks from the earthquake....

  • Daisy

    @Kwall thanks for the update on Indesign

    *sending out positive vibes up n here* geesh!

  • Shauny

    missy - glad you're o.k. Where were you to feel an earthquake?

  • Krysi J

    KKKrryyssssiiii J I am here girl……thank heavens….
    --------------------------------------------------------

    whew...gurl....U were on my mind all night....I was hoping you would post today and put our hearts at ease. I didn't know what to think yesterday when you posted that...it almost seemed un-real.......but what else should we expect during these times......anybody who doesn't think its a wrap better turn the TV on....SMH. I think about my Grandaddy saying to me when he was alive "time is running out" .....that was back in the 90's.......he really had no idea.

  • missy

    @Shauny-I live in the Bahamas....only like a few of the islands felt the after shock...we we're on tsunami watch though.....

    @Cheeks-Thanks

  • Shauny

    OHH!! o.k, I didn't know that you lived in the Bahamas. Well thank God you and your loved ones are o.k chica.

  • indsopblkwom

    My best friends father and family is over there right now. She hasnt been able to contact them. Please keep them and everyone else over there in your prayers. I will be doing as much as possible to help with the relief. Please watch over them all God. I will continue to pray.

  • Quitta

    missy Says:

    @Shauny-I live in the Bahamas….only like a few of the islands felt the after shock…we we’re on tsunami watch though…..

    @Cheeks-Thanks
    ________
    Oh I didn't know you were in the Bahamas. Glad to hear you're okay.

  • FloridaChick813

    Krysi J Says: I think about my Grandaddy saying to me when he was alive “time is running out” …..that was back in the 90’s…….he really had no idea.
    ______________________________________

    Boy was he ever right..

  • KiKiWest

    Good Morning Everyone,
    It is very hard to look at the pictures... and to think last night I was complaining about my DirecTV going out while Bad Girls Club was on... I feel SO STUPID for even feeling that way... definitely puts things in perspective. I just went on the Red Cross's website and donated the money I was going to use to get my mani/pedi this week. How my nails and toes look suddenly don't matter. The entire nation of Haiti is in my prayers.

  • EricaDenese

    It sucks being in Korea instead of home in Florida right now, because I have countless friends that have family in Haiti right now. I wish I could just be there for them at this moment. I'm definitely :pray: that Haiti is able to recover from this.

    And it's a great thing to see a U.S. President actually HELPING Haiti instead of sitting back and doing nothing.

  • FloridaChick813

    @ mornay - again, my prayers go out to you... I couldnt imagine having gone through that.. I'm sure its a memory you'll have for the rest of your life..

    Keep your faith in God though - he'll take care of you

    @ KikiWest - Bad Girls club is a trip huh?? They are a MESS!!!!!

  • KiKiWest

    @Florida- yes-they definitely are a trip. and I didn't even really need to watch it because everyone on facebook gave a scene by scene synopsis. I did get to see the most interesting parts at the end. Next week is going to be crazy.

  • Krysi J

    @ FloridaChick

    I can't help but wonder if that Tsunami they are watching or WERE watching for might come this way (to Florida) instead, with everything thats going on.....who knows :shrugs: Have you noticed that these meteorologists haven't been able to predict,prevent, or prepare us for anything lately............even though they never had the ability to do so anyway, im sure they are starting to see that the weather is trully out of their hands.

  • kwall

    *sending out positive vibes up n here* geesh!
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    word.

  • FloridaChick813

    @ KikiWest - It gets crazier and crazier each episode.. Each season.. That Natalie is a mess.. Well actually, they all are.. But ummmm, Paul was a cutie.. LOL!!! I wasnt expecting that, thats for sure.

  • FloridaChick813

    Krysi J Says:

    @ FloridaChick

    I can’t help but wonder if that Tsunami they are watching or WERE watching for might come this way (to Florida) instead, with everything thats going on…..who knows Have you noticed that these meteorologists haven’t been able to predict,prevent, or prepare us for anything lately…………even though they never had the ability to do so anyway, im sure they are starting to see that the weather is trully out of their hands.
    ______________________________

    Where in Florida are you??

    Girl these meterologists dont seem to know much these days.. And the weather really has taken its own direction, very hard to be predictable. I always pray nothing happens in Florida like that though, cause literally, there is one way in and one way out.. And everybody tryin drive north to get out of the state with only 2 interstates (I-75 & I-95) will be pretty impossible..

  • missy

    @Krysi J - :hug: I was worried myself.....but thank heavens nothing happened.......but the things that are happening are surely signs of what is to come.....

    @Quitta & Shauny-Thanks y'all

  • Krysi J

    Where in Florida are you??

    Girl these meterologists dont seem to know much these days.. And the weather really has taken its own direction, very hard to be predictable. I always pray nothing happens in Florida like that though, cause literally, there is one way in and one way out.. And everybody tryin drive north to get out of the state with only 2 interstates (I-75 & I-95) will be pretty impossible..
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    Im in Titletown of course :grin: aka THE SWAMP

    We're in a good place, but at the same time I've always had the fear that if anything huge enough like an earthquake or tsunami or a hurricane off the scale would put us underwater...we are the only state hanging off like we are and there isn't in my opinion enough weight on this state to keep us from turning into ATLANTIS.

  • FloridaChick813

    @ Krysi J - Yea your already in the northern part of the state.. Im in Tampa..

    OMG you sound just like my mom.. She says the same thing.. Because not all of Florida is above Sea-level.. Make it sooo bad, we dodge sooo many severe storms, but one of these days, its gonna hit and its gonna hit hard!!!! :(

  • SouthernPrincess

    For those that know the power of prayer I ask that you pray the all of the carribean.
    I also challenge my sorors to make a financial contribution if you are able and to my fellow healthcare professionals look into any rapid response deployments in your area especially if you are in a position to do so and have specialized training

  • Krysi J

    @ Krysi J - Yea your already in the northern part of the state.. Im in Tampa..

    OMG you sound just like my mom.. She says the same thing.. Because not all of Florida is above Sea-level.. Make it sooo bad, we dodge sooo many severe storms, but one of these days, its gonna hit and its gonna hit hard!!!!
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    Yea we're further north but I think we are still in the middle some what and just as at risk for going under as Tampa I guess it would depend on where the state breaks off at, should it ever happen. If I were in Jacksonville or Tallahassee...maybe I'd feel better. I just have this feeling that one day its going to happen, Nostradomus spoke about these things as well. He even had an image of what the US would look like after all the continents shift from natural disasters.....needless to say Florida was NOT all there.

  • FloridaChick813

    @ Krysi J - Oh My!!!! That terrifies me.. As you said, I'd feel better if I were in Jacksonville or Tallahassee.. Atleast we'd be a hop, jump and skip away from Georgia... I just hope I never live to experience something like that.. I pray my son never has to experience it either..

  • danjas

    dear lord please touch and keep your hand on the people of Haiti. heal them & show them that you are still in charge lord. AMEN

  • http://twitter.com/_missVanessa BeautifulBliss

    This is so sad.
    What is even more sad is the majority of people don't care. They'd rather read about whether Trey Songs or Ray J is gay. People in Haiti have BEEN struggling...

  • Audacious2

    Peace & Blessing to them.
    I really hope they are able to receive all the U.S. assistance right away!

  • Tonya8

    @missy i live in the Bahamas i'm a bahamian

  • missmiami

    :coffee:

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