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Drew Scott 06-06-2005 09:39 AM

Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
 
Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
  • Air, and my home has been wrecked by both Air and Water
  • Air, but my home has only been wrecked by Air
  • Air, but my home has only been wrecked by Water
  • Water, and my home has been wrecked by both Air and Water
  • Water, but my home has only been wrecked by Air
  • Water, but my home has only been wrecked by Water
  • Neither - it's the atmospheric and seismic conditions that matter, and my home has been wrecked by both Air and Water
  • Neither - it's the atmospheric and seismic conditions that matter, and my home has only been wrecked by Air
  • Neither - it's the atmospheric and seismic conditions that matter, and my home has only been wrecked by Water
  • My home has never been wrecked by Air or Water

giriasis 06-06-2005 10:12 AM

Re: Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
 
Living in Florida and at the beginning of Hurrican Season and considering last year's hurricane season, I would say BOTH can be equally devastating.

Fred Little 06-06-2005 10:43 AM

Re: Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
 
The folks in Southern California may have something to say about fire and earth.

But I would be willing to bet that mind is responsible for more destruction than earth, air, fire, and water put together.

Keith_k 06-06-2005 03:09 PM

Re: Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
 
Quote:

Fred Little wrote:
The folks in Southern California may have something to say about fire and earth.

Last winter water got to be a problem, but for the most part earth and fire are our main concerns.

cserrit 06-06-2005 10:25 PM

Re: Which is more destructive: Air or Water?
 
Couple years ago here in So Cal it was earth, wind and fire!

:eek:


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