<h1>Tropical Storms Devastate Floridian Coast</h1>
<p>With the horrible swell of the tides came the destruction of many waterside homes.
Many livelihoods have been swallowed by the depths of the sea. One local resident,
Mr. Oceanman, told <cite>The Floridian Editorial</cite>, <q> Oh my lord, I have
seen such a ruckus. I’ve lived here my whole life and it’s never been <em>this</em> bad.</q>
As many have witnessed for themselves, this tropical storm has done a lot of damage
to the civilians of Florida. With many downed power lines and cell phones going down,
first responders are having trouble moving through these conditions. It seems for now,
all the rest of us at home can only pray.
<p>In the world’s lifespan, there have been many natural disasters and catastrophes. Many
of these disasters hit the coast. Florida, as well as most coastal areas have had to deal
with many problems derived from these disasters. <b>Flood insurance</b> is high, and all
homes have plans set for the next disaster. When nature is angry, boy does it show it.
<blockquote>The wrath of nature is a wrath like no other.
<footer>-Someone important, probably.