No one particularly likes a tsunami. But what I don’t understand is why anyone dies at all in one.
I mean, if you live in Canada, you pretty much make sure your house has heat.
If you live on an island in the middle of the Pacific, wouldn’t it make sense to have SOMETHING that would help you out in case of a big old wave surge? A very good warning device?
It is tragic, of course, when people die in a natural disaster. And I don’t mean to be flip here.
But why are people not prepared? And it can’t all be about poverty. Really poor people in Canada have heat.
Something is up.