Friday, December 31, 2004


One of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITES of real time – live – blogs comes from Evelyn Rodriquez. She is currently in Thailand – and was smack in the middle of the disaster. This articulate and wonderful writer talks each day about what it is really like to be at ground zero…

“… villagers are still terrified. When what was a tranquil sea swallows up people, homes and long-tail boats mercilessly without warning and no one can tell you anything reliable about whether another one is coming, I'm not sure you'd want to come down either. One of the scariest things about the tsunami that I've not seen mentioned is the complete lack of information. This may seem minor, but it is terrifying to hear rumor after rumor after rumor (oft stated as "reliable" information) that another tidal wave "bigger than the last" will be coming at exactly 1 p.m. or perhaps tonight or perhaps... “

READ MORE AT: Evelyn Rodriguez and CrossRoads


At 10:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow that's a really good story thanks for such a great website it's helping me so much as I am writing a story for school in LA! Thanks so much!


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