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How bad are things in Haiti?

posted by jmcgee

This bad.

And it’s horrific. Via The Anchoress.



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Simone Cole

posted April 16, 2010 at 11:15 am


Why? Is Haiti This Way Why They Have To Suffer Like This Its Not Fair for them to leave this way I hope someone step up and make it right for them give i gods home and with food , water , home , clothes , shoes, and others. PLEASE HELP HAITI??



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