ENOUGH SAID

With all the videos available on http://wildomarrap.blogspot.com/2014/09/flooding-on-video.html showing the happenings in the moment a few picture of the aftermath is all I will post.
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS.

This describes it all.

This describes it all.


The grabber against the fence is 32 inches tall. The level that the water got up to.

The grabber against the fence is 32 inches tall. The level that the water got up to.


Even a water dog would have had to hold its breath to make it thru here.

Even a water dog would have had to hold its breath to make it thru here.


Nature reclaiming her own.

Nature reclaiming her own.

Before you think this all over think again. There are questions that still need to be asked an answered about the City of Wildomar’s complicity in the result seen here and on the video. Stay tuned for those questions.

2 thoughts on “ENOUGH SAID

  1. Joseph Morabito

    Great pictures. That brief storm will be remembered for decades. I’ll be interested in any “complicity” that the city is in on here… sounds a lot like the George Bush haters that claimed he caused hurricane Katrina because he hated black people.

    Here’s a quick copy and paste of the word you used.
    com·plic·i·ty
    the state of being involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing.

    I can’t wait to hear more about the illegal activities that you uncover.

    In the meantime, the rest of us understand that mother nature is a bear, and we in California are usually pretty lucky compared to other parts of the world. I can only imagine your take if we were to suffer an 8 magnitude earthquake… my guess is that it would be the work of Matt Bassi and Dan York, but better not discount the “complicity” of PV Maintenance though.

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    1. Kenny Post author

      Hi Joseph
      Unfortunately that storm has already been forgotten by many. The complicity involves many parties going back a couple decades and continues to this day. Like Katrina many millions will be spent on ? while the work is never finished.

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