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Old 08-08-2012, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default another heavy blow to my life.

Finally got into the basement after the heavy rain. Short version... All my work clothes are ruined. All the stuff i kept of my kids is gone..just like them...my dishes are gone. The noveske and my m&p are ruined. I have zero ammo left...8 years of memories gone
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Old 08-08-2012, 06:32 PM   #2
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Damnit man! I'm incredibly sorry for you.
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Ty sir. Only can go up from here right?
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Man that stinks. Hate to hear this stuff. I really do.

Good luck & stay strong.
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Is there any way to salvage anything?
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I would think the clothes should be salvageable if it was only water unless it was wool or some other delicate fabric.
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None of the firearms. Maybe the kids toys
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The clothes have mold :/
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The clothes have mold :/
Doesnt Mold wash out most the time?
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Im not sure. First time dealing with this.
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