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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Earth Go Boom

Posted : Friday, 04 May 2018, 11:38
Dabz
www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-44001651
The question I always wonder when I see this is... Why buy a home next to a volcano... Especially one that's on of the most active in the world? I mean, if you went to look at a house in the UK to buy, and it was next to a river that flooded like a twat every other year, you'd naturally think ’’Sod that’’, so, buying and living in a house next to a volcano, to me, is just plain madness! :/ Or is it just me being fussy?

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Posted : Friday, 04 May 2018, 11:38
Jayenkai
Yeah, but think of all the Facebook likes from your "OMG! LAVA!!!" Selfies!

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