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IronWing

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Looks like we need to armor our trailer parks with walls of defensive skyscrapers.
 

T9D

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I think it's mostly that we hear about them because they are cheap with no foundation, and packed in tighter. And the most deaths and damage happen there because of it. They can also be farther away and get more damaged easily.
 

Oyeve

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Trailers intentionally park in tornado zones to collect even more govt money when their home gets destroyed.
 

Jeff7

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Heh, oops.


Like someone who decides it's nice to live on what is in fact an active volcano, because the ground always stays so pleasantly warm in winter. Almost suspiciously warm. Almost. :hmm:
"Volcano? No, I'm not familiar with that kind of thing."


So I guess we just didn't know that those were bad places to settle.
 

Blackjack200

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I don't know why, but I think it's hilarious that someone decided to study why tornados always seem to be hitting trailer parks.
 

Jeff7

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I don't know why, but I think it's hilarious that someone decided to study why tornados always seem to be hitting trailer parks.
Quite awhile ago, some guy decided to investigate why a magnet moving past a wire made an attached galvanometer move.

Sometimes stupid little things end up being useful.

Or entertaining.
 

Markbnj

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This seems to validate the strategy of locating decoy trailer parks around the boundaries of vulnerable population centers.
 
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