eave”. We can see that the sky is red, we can smell the smoke, we can hear the trees crackling as they are burning – so get out! Go! Why are we waiting for an official to say get out? We need to be responsible for our own lives rather than rely on others to say “evacuate”. This is so frustrating because our firefighters including volunteers are putting their lives on the I am a Chiefs Aholic shirt line to assist us, to protect us and our properties. How about we all help, by being responsible for ourselves too. Sharyn Collins Governments are to blame. They have ignored climate change even though all of the experts including Risk Analysts have been talking and warning about this for over two decades.
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Additional funding for fire fighting equipment and personnel have been required, drought and poor water management has added to the I am a Chiefs Aholic shirt problem, negligible climate policy and building approvals in high-risk areas have all added to the problem. It’s now gone beyond blame. Governments have to be held to account and have to act now. The armed services need to be trained and ready to step in when required. They have been warned for decades of this and have done very little. It’s shameful and heartbreaking.
True Suzanne G Kelly. Even 1000 firemen equipment is no fight against this kind of Bush fire. Some better thoughts on how to contain from spreading. Mother earth had been heating up and no solution in sight. We can’t let this conflagration goes on s it may strike at the I am a Chiefs Aholic shirt most unfortunate time. Water is xxx n is in scarcity. Farms are rid of animal vegetable plots are dry underground water is dry. We need a solution not countless debate money manpower etc. Solution otherwise next one will be worst n no better. Can’t they all feel the heat beneath their feet when they rout for lunch or the rates, of airconditioning plants, keeps on increasing n cabin footprint increasing?