devomvom12
True PlayerTrue Player
vomvom12's picture
Location: earth
Joined: 28 Jan 2018
Posts: 778
Thanks given: 711
Thanks received: 789
8 January 2020 - 1:38pm

i'm very sorry for australia

11 replies • Last post

dear australian i feel realy sorry for you and what happend
to your country at the moment.
i haven't had the opportunity to visit Australia so far, but
everyone knows what an impressive and unique piece of nature
is at your home. to see your country burning all over the
place makes me sad and angry.it is another warning signal to
everyone that something goes terribly wrong on the planet !
i hope for you that you will get this tragedy under control
soon

6 CL-Ed, CL - klaw, sharpe, coolsongss, WaroftheGods, Matthew

usbarbadosslim93
Forum AngelForum Angel
barbadosslim93's picture
Location: Michigan
Joined: 28 Jan 2011
Posts: 11410
Thanks given: 672
Thanks received: 1489
8 January 2020 - 2:19pm
#1

Yes, it's very sad to hear about the massive fires there. I hope they can get it under control and we as a whole can figure out a way to stop this, as well as other environmental tragedies that are going on.

2 WaroftheGods, vomvom12

lvblck
High RollerHigh Roller
Location: The North
Joined: 6 Apr 2016
Posts: 2592
Thanks given: 130
Thanks received: 747
9 January 2020 - 11:08am
#2

It's very devastating to hear what's been happening in Australia. Fellow Australian members, I hope you're ok and sending good thoughts your way.

2 WaroftheGods, vomvom12

bgsharpe
Forum AngelForum Angel
sharpe's picture
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Joined: 4 Nov 2014
Posts: 7045
Thanks given: 3619
Thanks received: 1009
9 January 2020 - 1:58pm
#3

Not watching the news at all but even I heard about it...hope things would get better there for you guys.

vomvom12

krcoolsongss
High RollerHigh Roller
coolsongss's picture
Joined: 2 Dec 2014
Posts: 2539
Thanks given: 1798
Thanks received: 1251
9 January 2020 - 2:47pm
#4

Yes, I feel sorry when I watch the news on massive fire in Australia.
No one should not deny the consequences of global warming, not just "Climate Change"

auCL-Ed
StaffStaff
CL-Ed's picture
Location: Sydney
Joined: 7 Sep 2007
Posts: 8898
Thanks given: 4873
Thanks received: 4341
15 January 2020 - 7:46am
#5

Thanks folks. It has been pretty nasty for the people who have been threatened by these fires and the totally inadequate response from our idiots in charge. A fair bit of rain is forecast this week for part of the affected areas so we can only cross our fingers and hope it puts some of these fires out.

2 sharpe, vomvom12

Always play it safe! Consult our list of rogue casinos and warnings before depositing at a new casino.
Post in our forums to earn CLchips which can be used to buy real prizes in our CLchips shop.

maADALIGO
Low RollerLow Roller
ADALIGO's picture
Location: SOMEWHERE IN NORTH AFRICA
Joined: 8 Jan 2020
Posts: 40
Thanks given: 42
Thanks received: 18
18 January 2020 - 1:29pm
#6

Really I was shocked when I hear the news, and seeing that big and huge fire kills a lot of animals

auCL-Ed
StaffStaff
CL-Ed's picture
Location: Sydney
Joined: 7 Sep 2007
Posts: 8898
Thanks given: 4873
Thanks received: 4341
20 January 2020 - 7:21am
#7

We had a big amount of rainfall over the weekend, at least where I live. Would you believe that some of the areas that suffered huge fires were then flooded. And all the ash run-off from the fires flowed into rivers and turned them toxic so that huge numbers of fish and other animals died. This is a monumental disaster that will take decades to recover from I think (if ever).

2 sharpe, vomvom12

Always play it safe! Consult our list of rogue casinos and warnings before depositing at a new casino.
Post in our forums to earn CLchips which can be used to buy real prizes in our CLchips shop.

bgsharpe
Forum AngelForum Angel
sharpe's picture
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Joined: 4 Nov 2014
Posts: 7045
Thanks given: 3619
Thanks received: 1009
20 January 2020 - 7:34pm
#8

Wow, I wasn't aware about it...I'm not saying this to make a fun of it but careful what you wish for sometimes I guess..obviously you guys out there can't catch a break at the moment...what a nightmare!

vomvom12

devomvom12
True PlayerTrue Player
vomvom12's picture
Location: earth
Joined: 28 Jan 2018
Posts: 778
Thanks given: 711
Thanks received: 789
21 January 2020 - 11:11pm
#9
CL-Ed wrote:

We had a big amount of rainfall over the weekend, at least where I live. Would you believe that some of the areas that suffered huge fires were then flooded. And all the ash run-off from the fires flowed into rivers and turned them toxic so that huge numbers of fish and other animals died. This is a monumental disaster that will take decades to recover from I think (if ever).

oh no the next disaster

auMatthew
GamblerGambler
Matthew's picture
Location: Australia
Joined: 20 Sep 2019
Posts: 56
Thanks given: 35
Thanks received: 29
24 January 2020 - 12:38pm
#10

I heard the rain has only limited our capacity to back-burn and it has not actually helped with the broader situation. Things are absolutely dire here and we have a government composed of climate deniers...Australians on the whole are not progressive enough to vote for their best interests.

sharpe

auCL-Ed
StaffStaff
CL-Ed's picture
Location: Sydney
Joined: 7 Sep 2007
Posts: 8898
Thanks given: 4873
Thanks received: 4341
26 January 2020 - 11:40pm
#11

Ain't that the truth. It is depressing knowing how many people could not care less about anything apart from how much money goes into their own hip pocket.

Always play it safe! Consult our list of rogue casinos and warnings before depositing at a new casino.
Post in our forums to earn CLchips which can be used to buy real prizes in our CLchips shop.

Post new comment

Have something to say? Agree or disagree? Tell us what you think!

Login using your social network account
Or log in with a Casino Listings account

Login or register to post comments

Registering for an account takes less than a minute and you will be brought right back here to comment afterwards.