Natural disasters reveal something about humanity. When a storm sends 49 billion kilograms (108 billion lb) of water flying through 251 kilometer-per-hour (156 mph) winds straight into your backyard, you learn something about who you really are. When hurricanes break through the coastline and wreak havoc on people’s lives, human nature also gets uncovered. Sometimes, people don’t react exactly how you’d expect—and some of the facts around these disasters aren’t at all what you’d imagine. 10 Walmart Customers Stock Up On Pop-Tarts And Beer Photo credit: ABC News When Hurricane Frances was about to hit Florida, Walmart jumped into action.
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