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#43195 - 03 Feb 07 07:53 Jakarta Floods
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The following table is from the official Polda Metro Jaya (DITLINTAS) website - while it is from last night, the areas mentioned are clearly those which are prone to flooding and should be avoided. For your information and planning:

Informasi Genangan Air Seputar Wilayah Jakarta
01-02-2007 23:30:49
Jakarta Barat

1. Jl. Asirot Sukabumi Selatan Kebon Jeruk ketinggian air ± 1 Meter
2. Depan Indosiar ketinggian air ± 35 Cm
3. Jl. Semangka Palmerah ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
4. Rawa Buaya Jakarta Barat ketinggian air ± 40 Cm

Jakarta Selatan

1. Depan Universitas Pancasila ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
2. Tanjung Barat ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
3. Republika ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
4. Pondok Pinang Timur ketinggian air ± 50
5. Kemang ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
6. Bangka 8, bangka 9. Bangka 11 ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
7. Jl. Buncit Raya ( Basmar ) ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
8. Jl Plamboyan 9 Kemang Utara
9. Jl. Antasari ketinggian air ± 60 Cmm
10. Depan Tarakanita Jl. Tendean ketinggian air ± 50 Cm
11. Pondok Karya ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
12. Depan Sekolah Strada Pejaten Barat ketinggian air ± 50 Cm

Jakarta Timur

1. Depan Kantor Sasat Jakarta Timur Kebon Nanas ketinggian air ± 50 Cm
2. Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan depan Asmi ketinggian air ± 20 Cm
3. Kebon Manggis Matraman ketinggian air ± 40 Cm
4. Jl. Igusti Ngurahrai ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
5. Jl. Pemuda Depan Kantor Pos Dan Giro ketinggian air ± 20 Cm
6. Jl. Kolonel Sugiono depan RS Duren Sawit ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
7. Jl. Cawang kompor ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
8. Depan Wika ketinggian air ± 30 Cm

Jakarta Utara

1. Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
2. Jl. Raya Cacing arah Cakung Samping Pom Bensin ketinggian air ± 10 Cm
3. Pluit Raya ketinggian air ± 25 Cm
4. Kapuk Raya ketinggian air ± 20 Cm
5. Jl. Muara Baru ketinggian air ± 10 Cm
6. Jl. Gunung Sahari arah Lantamal ketinggian air ± 10 Cm
7. Jl. Raya RE. Marta Dinata Pelabuhan arah Kota ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
8. Jl Telukgong ketinggian air ± 20 Cm

Jakarta Pusat

1. Jl Pangeran Jayakarta arah Glodok ketinggian air ± 10 Cm
2. Jl. Cempaka Putih Jalur Lambat ketinggian air ± 30 Cm
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#43203 - 03 Feb 07 12:01 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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Well, that always happend every years if rainy season in Jakarta.
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#43206 - 03 Feb 07 14:01 Re: Jakarta Floods *DELETED* [Re: dolphin]
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#43211 - 03 Feb 07 22:26 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Shesca]
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Kuku,

Updates if any are available would be great!
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#43212 - 03 Feb 07 22:46 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Dilli]
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Flooding report from Polda Metro Jaya

BEBERAPA TITIK BANJIR DI DKI JAKARTA
02-02-2007 09:35:53

BANJIR / GENANGAN AIR
1). JAKARTA PUSAT
- TL.COCA COLA /CEMPAKA PUTIH + 20-25 CM
- H.GOLDEN JL.GUNUNG SAHARI + 20-30 CM
- JL.SABANG + 20-25 CM
- DEPAN SARINAH LAJUR KIRI + 20-30 CM
- PERTIGAAN KOMANDO MBAL / BUNGUR + 20-30 CM
- KOLONG BLORA + 20-30 CM
- KAMPUNG BENCONG + 80-100 CM
- JL.PANGERAN JAYAKARTA ARAH GLODOK + 10-15 CM

2). JAKARTA UTARA
- TL.BINTANG MAS + 30-40 CM
- JL.PERINTIS KEMERDEKAAN + 20-30 CM
- JL.RAYA CACING ARAH CAKUNG + 20-30 CM
- JL.CAKUNG CILINCING DEPAN POM BENSIN + 10-15 CM
- PLUIT RAYA + 20-30 CM
- KAPUK RAYA + 20-25 CM
- JL.MUARA BARU + 10-15 CM
- JL.GUNUNG SAHARI DEPAN LANTAMAL + 20-30 CM
- JL.RAYA MARTADINATA PELABUHAN ARAH KOTA + 20-30 CM
- JL.RAYA TELUKGONG + 20-30 CM

3). JAKARTA BARAT
- RING ROAD PERBATASAN KEMBANGAN DENGAN CILEDUK / KARANG TENGAH
+ 80-100 CM
- JL.ASIROT SUKABUMI SELATAN RT.1/5 KEBON JERUK + 80-100 CM
- DEPAN INDOSIAR + 30-35 CM
- JL. SEMANGKA PALMERAH + 30-40 CM
- RAWA BUAYA + 30-40 CM
- STASIUN KOTA + 10-20 CM
- DEPAN CITRALAN ARAH BARAT + 20-30 CM
- DEPAN TRISAKTI ARAH TIMUR + 20-30 CM
- DEPAN SAMSAT BARAT + 20-30 CM

4). JAKARTA SELATAN
- JL.ARJUNA + 10-20 CM
- JL.KAPTEN TENDEAN DEPAN TARAKANITA + 30-50 CM
- TANJUNG BARAT DEPAN STASIUN + 20-30 CM
- DEPAN UNIVERSITAS PANCASILA + 10-15 CM
- JL.PANGERAN ANTASARI + 40-50 CM
- PERTANIAN DEPAN POM BENSIN + 20-30 CM
- DEPAN SD/SMP STRADA PEJATEN BARAT + 20-30 CM
- TL.REPUBLIKA + 20-30 CM
- TURUNAN PULO POLSEK PANCORAN ARAH SELATAN + 40-60 CM
- KEMANG UTARA + 60-80 CM
- PONDOK KARYA JL.BANGKA 9-11 + 70-90 CM
- TL.BASMAR + 20-30 CM
- PONDOK PINANG TIMUR 2 + 40-50 CM
- DEPAN KANTOR BIN PEJATEN TIMUR + 10-15 CM
- DEPAN POM BENSIN PANCORAN ARAH UTARA + 10-15 CM
- DEPAN GEREJA ADVEN PANCORAN/TEBET ARAH TIMUR + 10-15 CM
- SEBELUM PASR CIPUTAT + 10-15 CM

5). JAKARTA TIMUR
- DEPAN SATWIL TIMUR JL.KEBON NANAS + 50-60 CM
- KEBON MANGGIS MATRAMAN + 30-40 CM
- JL.GUSTI NGURAH RAI + 20-30 CM
- JL.PEMUDA DEPAN KANTOR POS DAN GIRO + 20-25 CM
- JL.KOLONEL SUGIYONO DEPAN R.S DUREN SAWIT + 20-30 CM
- CAWANG KOMPOR + 20-30 CM
- SEBELUM TL.JAMBUL DEWI SARTIKA + 30-40 CM
- DEPAN WIKA / INTERCING CAWANG + 30-40 CM
- DALAM TOL KOLONG CIKAMPEK KE ARAH PRIUK + 30-40 CM
- JL. OTISTA RAYA KAMPUG MELAYU + 20-30 CM

6). TANGERANG
- JL.DDN + 50-60 CM
- JL.KARANG MULYA + 80-90 CM
- POM BENSIN DEKAT DDN + 40-50 CM
- CILEDUK INDAH + 70-80 CM
- KARANG TIMUR + 70-90 CM
- WISMA TAJUR + 40-50 CM
- PURI KARTIKA LAMA + 60-70 CM

JALAN BERLUBANG / GALIAN
1). PERBAIKAN SALURAN MT HARYONO
2). JEMBATAN TIGA SAMPAI JEMB BESI,GALIAN PIPA GAS
3). JALAN RAYA BOGOR DEKAT RS TUGU IBU
4). JL. PERMATA HIJAU PERTIGAAN BUNGUR JAKARTA BARAT
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#43213 - 03 Feb 07 22:47 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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Phone Numbers to call for flood assistance (hahahaha!):

NOMOR TELP POSKO BANJIR
02-02-2007 11:50:55

NO TELP. POSKO BANJIR
1. WILAYAH TANGERANG 021-55027000
2. WILAYAH JAKARTA TIMUR 021-4603844
3. WILAYAH JAKARTA BARAT 021-566125
4. WILAYAH JAKARTA SELATAN 021-7396321
5. WILAYAH JAKARTA UTARA 021-490152
6. WILAYAH JAKARTA PUSAT 021-3843066
7. WILAYAH DEPOK 021-7750929
8. WILAYAH BEKASI 021-88950495
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#43214 - 03 Feb 07 22:48 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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Three kilometers of the road to the airport is under 0.5 meters of water.

ain't no-one goin' nowhere wink
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#43215 - 03 Feb 07 23:02 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Dilli]
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Benhil and surrounding areas are off limits ... I can't leave my apartment as every road has been replaced by a river. Here are a few snaps from my window ...


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#43223 - 03 Feb 07 23:24 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: chewwyUK]
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Flooding and attendant Miseries

There are basically two seasons in Jakarta, rainy & dry. Both are hot, one however is wetter than the other. April through September are generally dry months whereas the rest are predominately dry with lots of water thrown in for good measure.

The rainy season started late this year with “moderate” daily showers having started within the last week. Many parts of Jakarta are in low lying areas and consequently, when combined with a total lack of drainage the rainy season makes for an unpleasant six months for the denizens of these areas. It has been said that many of these residents have adapted to the bi-annual semi aquatic environment, however I have yet to see any evidence of webbed feet and gill adaptations on their necks.

When it rains, it chucks it down in humongous buckets, along with the statutory tropical thunderstorm which can be very entertaining. (As long as you are not on a golf course, under a tree with a lightning conductor connected to your testicles)

When I first move here I lived on the 15th floor of an apartment building where the advance and retreat of these monstrosities could be viewed from a distance. When they became directly overhead, visibility dropped to zero, the thunder achieved deafening volume and the shock waves alone from these blasts was enough to set off the trembler alarms in parked cars below.

The incredible amount of water which is released on these events creates a visibility problem with ones line of sight being limited to less than 100 ft, not to mention the awesome volumes which collect in the aforementioned low lying areas. At the livestock market in Kemang last year, my bold driver (whose name cannot be mentioned for security reasons) and myself were driving into the floodwaters ( No Problem, Have Jeep Grand Cherokee will travel) and witnessed goats, cows and chickens in boxes floating, swimming on short tethers and jumping up and down trying to keep above the rising water levels. It had only started to rain 15 minutes beforehand.

The biggest problem is that these storms start to the south of Jakarta and rain falling on the extinct (well I hope they are extinct) volcanoes around Bogor, pours down the watercourses towards the sea in an almost flashflood fashion. Poor old Jakarta gets it every time and the rising tide from the myriad of small rivers hurtles through the city in no time.

Another side effect is that traffic almost grinds to an even slower standstill. While the slick roads and really deep puddles contribute greatly to this effect, the real reason is, as always the motorcyclists. If it rains they head for shelter, underpasses being a favourite. In less than five minutes during a storm, a three lane underpass becomes an instant bottleneck with up to a few hundred bikers hiding from the rain and the motorists in the more rainproof cars are unable to pass through. As you can imagine, dependant upon the length of the storm, the city can quickly grind to a halt.

Being a desperately poor nation, the likelihood of anyone having Insurance against flooding is low, even though the situation re-occurs every year. So, once again it’s out of the house with the furniture, dig the house free of mud and hope that when the electricity comes back on that you don’t get zapped like the guy in the James Bond film that got the electrical appliance tossed at him while he was in the bath.

Wet, wet, wet is the only way to describe the state of Jakarta today.

Great though it is for vegetation and farmers, the general populace has had to look out last year’s waterproofs and umbrellas and batten down the hatches for the seasonal onslaught.

With the advent of this plethora of precipitation comes the standard mayhem on the roads with the usual nutters unable to control their cars and skidding all over the shop. The local traffic police seem to accept this type of behavior and seem to delight in the antics of the motorists in their care; probably betting on whose idiocy is going to cause the next pileup.

As the surface water increases, so does the amount of crap which flows from the verges at the sides of the roads until the fast lane often resembles a landslip with the amount of rich brown soil which slithers across the lanes.

While the toll roads are normally busy at any time, the traffic increases during the rain due to the side roads which are free to drive on becoming flooded and as the toll roads are built on higher ground they inevitably become crowded to the point of saturation.

While the annual drenching is expected, no-one as always seems to have planned and windscreen wipers which have never been checked in six months appear to have deteriorated into useless strips of rubber with the driver’s complete lack of visibility causing even more havoc.

Even better, pick-up trucks, normally laden with goods tend to be uncovered. When the rain starts, there is a mad frenzy to get plastic or tarpaulin or anything to cover the goods in the back. One poor bastard had a truck full of washing powder, which you guessed it was frothing away merrily while he tried to cover his truck. Brilliant! (where is the effin camera when you need it).

Aquaplaning is another popular pastime with most idiots in the fast lane being unaware of the fact that the fine veneer of liquid they can see in the distance is actually three or four inches deep. Hitting that puddle at 80 km/hr is like watching a cat that has been shot up the arse with an air rifle. POW – the stupid f**ker is all over the shop and cannot figure out that slowing down may actually help the problem.

Having said that, there are plus points and bonuses. Half the female population of the city look like evacuees from a Wet T Shirt competition.

The underpasses and areas under motorway bridges become crowded with those attempting to avoid the inevitable drenching, buses and taxis eager for the attendant business stop wherever they please, and the tomfoolery slides into a scene from the “Blues Brothers” with crashes, bumps and fender benders everywhere.

On a brighter note, the rain cuts through the smog and pollution with the benefits being that once the downpour ceases, Jakarta looks almost habitable in a post holocaust sort of fashion. Blue skies peep cautiously from behind the rain clouds, waiting for their fifteen minutes of fame before the cumulative exhaust haze forces them back into hiding.

Ah – Jakarta!

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#43226 - 03 Feb 07 23:33 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Dilli]
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[KuKuKaChu] dill, more flood info just posted

[Polar Bear] We have a drought in Sydney
[Polar Bear] Hasn't rained for weeks
[Polar Bear] Water restrictions. Building desalination plant for drinking water
[Polar Bear] I am off to the beach for a swim !

[KuKuKaChu] maybe we could run a hose from jakarta to sydney.
[KuKuKaChu] or maybe a bucket chain ... plenty of people here in indonesia
[KuKuKaChu] though we'd need as many buckets as people ....

[Major Bloodknock] is it really bad???

[KuKuKaChu] nah, not as bad as 2001
[KuKuKaChu] this time, however, some of the "elite" areas have been hit

[chewwyUK] just posted a few pics taken from my window if you want to take a look PB
[chewwyUK] Kemang was cut off yesterday and had no electricity ...... out of 14 employees not a single one could get anywhere near to the office

[Major Bloodknock] Should I be worried about anyone (Shesca) ?
[Major Bloodknock] Jesus Christ I am sorry I joked about it. Cheewy is looks dreadful.
[Major Bloodknock] Those poor people. Fuck me what a mess.

[chewwyUK] no --- i would be surprised if anybody hurt .. but i am sure some people have a lot of mopping up to do

[Major Bloodknock] Everyoneon JC is ok?

[chewwyUK] i would think so --- maybe just a little wet

[Major Bloodknock] Any of the girls need money in a hurry?
[Major Bloodknock] Sorry to be blunt, but its all I can do from here.

[chewwyUK] I am going to try to find a way out of benhil again ---- i need some shopping and im sure the poor bastards using my car park as a home could do with a few boxes of noodles

[chewwyUK] Im sure Ela wouldnt say no \:D

[Major Bloodknock] Shit chewwy..... God thinking
[Major Bloodknock] good*
[Major Bloodknock] I meant cos they lost a lot of things and need cast ot survive - not from margaritas

[chewwyUK] oh well -- wish me luck !!
[chewwyUK] byeeeeeeeeeeeee

[Dilli] Just spotted Chewwy floating past my window holding onto a shopping trolley laden with Bintang

[Shesca] Goodness, I used to live in that area where Chewwy lives
[Shesca] I called my ex he said the water was chest deep on the road in front of his house
[Shesca] And the rain starts again......

[Major Bloodknock] Dili - hope he was keeping that cansd out of the water. That sewage in there....
[Major Bloodknock] Shesca are yuo safe and OK?

[TeDdYBeAr] morning smile

[Shesca] I guess we are lucky that by now the road in front of our house is still pondless

[Dilli] Its pretty raw, the river at the back of the house is in torrent, getting worserer (if you know what I man). The rain has not really stopped at all, even the fine drizzle is contributing to the mes!

[Shesca] MOrning, TB. Is tangerang OK?
[Shesca] That's a bad question isn't it?

[TeDdYBeAr] Well some part in Tangerang really in bad condition smile

[Dilli] I pumped out the pool (Thanks to Balibob for the info on how to) by about 25 cm last night, its back to where is was before.

[TeDdYBeAr] And like you said, Thank God that in our complex the road still dry

[TeDdYBeAr] Kapuk Area, Rawa Buaya Jakarta barat really in bad condition, no phone and electricity

[Shesca] OH, that's wonderful. Well, but the rain still continue, so, we never know

[TeDdYBeAr] yea and I heard it will be like this for one week frown

[Dilli] Telkomsel network is down!

[Shesca] WHAT? ONE WEEK? MY GOD

[Dilli] But funnily enough, GPRS is still working

[Shesca] Are you serious, Dil?
[Shesca] I think mine's Indosat. STill ok


[riccardo] back in action for the moment...

[KuKuKaChu] you got cable again?

[riccardo] water has receded, from a high of knee-deep IN OUR HOUSE, now it's at the edge of the driveway, been cleaning since 5am

[KuKuKaChu] you busy sandbagging??? smile
[KuKuKaChu] aku♥jakarta wink

[riccardo] no cable

[KuKuKaChu] much damage in your house?
[KuKuKaChu] hope you managed to get everything off the floor ...

[riccardo] anyway
[riccardo] no sandbags. Put everything up high, and now just cleaning up
[riccardo] any news on what's up with Kabelvision, they won't answer the phone!

[KuKuKaChu] possibly all their employees are using the floods as an excuse not to go to work ...
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#43231 - 04 Feb 07 04:10 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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Having just been able to sneak out the back entrance to my place it would seem that the city centre is starting to clear. Parts of casablanca and surdirman still flooded but you can get around. I took a few more pics to show just how bad things are around benhil .. currently the local residence are living in the car park of my apartments in terrible conditions -- thankfully the residence have started collecting money to help them out. Once again though i am left wondering how the people of indonesia can accept there government doing nothing to help them


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#43294 - 05 Feb 07 07:29 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: chewwyUK]
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Thanks a lot for the pictures ChewwyUK. Thats remind me when i was lived at Greenville.
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#43298 - 05 Feb 07 07:55 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: dolphin]
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Dolphin, we live about 3 km from Greenville and some of my relatives live in Greenville, It is still a meter high in the whole complex there now and all the electricity is still off (as of Sunday evening).

To make matters worse, there are thugs with carts and (gerobak) extorting the Chinese people if they want a ride out or in. They are in collusion and demand Rp1.5 million one-way, for about a 200-meter journey.

I have other ugly stories of nasty rent-seeking and extortion going on in these chinese-Indo complexes and other places where there are foreigners living, that are extremely disturbing, but I realize that many people here get offended when we discuss these issues, so I'll leave it at that for the moment.

And notice if you will that the police are not helping these areas and not even mentioning them in their "alerts" that kuku posted... Amazing. Just like Katrina and other emergencies, which should be filled with stories of heroism and compassion, we see the true colors of some people and the worst of human nature and the laws of the jungle.....
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#43307 - 05 Feb 07 11:21 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: riccardo]
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Well Riccardo

I know GV area very well and all the area around there.
when its flood it can be really high and in a really bad condition. One of my friends also stays in Taman Ratu and its also the same.

About those people who ripping other people who are in trouble, I guess in this kind of condition, there always people trying to use other people bad condition to make money.

And never expect Police to help, they will only go to the area of rich and where the people around willing to pay alot. It is the nature of the police.
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#43313 - 05 Feb 07 11:56 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: riccardo]
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Lol Riccardo and TB,
When i was at Greenville and my house got flood, no ones help! Except with money money money...
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#43314 - 05 Feb 07 11:59 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: dolphin]
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Dolphin,

Well I guess it means we have to help our own self and forget to hope getting other people help .. especially if we are poor smile
I've been stuck in Banjir also and well I don't think thats a memory I want to keep within me smile
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#43315 - 05 Feb 07 12:07 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: TeDdYBeAr]
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TB,
Yup yup yup wink
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#43324 - 05 Feb 07 15:23 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: dolphin]
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Lol Riccardo and TB,
When i was at Greenville and my house got flood, no ones help! Except with money money money...


Are you telling me dolphins are afraid of water?
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#43325 - 05 Feb 07 15:41 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Orang Kanada]
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They might be afraid of flood water with floating shit, dead rats, etc..
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#43412 - 06 Feb 07 02:46 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Orang Kanada]
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Yes Kanada. Coz' i have bad experience with water.
1. Very big flood, when i was lived at Greenville.
2. Tsunami, when i was lived at Batu Karas, West java.

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#43414 - 06 Feb 07 03:05 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: dolphin]
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oh thanx God no flood in my area..but electric was down and no water frown
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#43418 - 06 Feb 07 03:24 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Jokie Jokie Girl]
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So JJG, its Jakarta electricity still off?
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#43422 - 06 Feb 07 03:38 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: dolphin]
Jokie Jokie Girl Offline
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Registered: 07 Nov 05
Posts: 2552
Loc: Central Jakarta
haloha Dol, alots of area in Jakarta..but not all..my office area still ok... smile
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#43423 - 06 Feb 07 03:48 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: Jokie Jokie Girl]
dolphin Offline
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Registered: 07 Jan 07
Posts: 337
Loc: auckland, nz
OIC. Thats good. Thanks JJG smile
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#43425 - 06 Feb 07 03:57 Re: Jakarta Floods [Re: KuKuKaChu]
sloopy Offline
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Registered: 14 Feb 06
Posts: 32
Loc: very bad part of town
I know some of us in bad situation facing floods... But instead of complaining about no body help you, why don't think about helping others people? I don't blame you to pissed off by some people who take advantage from the flood.. but take a look to others, they don't even able to connect to the net... the most affected people...

Temporary Data IDP (internally displaced person) alias pengungsi for February 4th 2007 as follows
1. West Jakarta, 11.726 families, 46.779 population, 18.472 IDPs
2. East Jakarta, 83.768 families, 104.990 population, 69.343 IDPs
3. Central Jakarta, 10.671 families, 35.558 population, 35.558 IDPs
4. North Jakarta, 6.360 families, 20.947 population, 20.947 IDPs
5. South Jakarta, 17.703families, 61.786 population, 61.786 IDPs
Total 130.228 families, 270.060 population, 206.106 IDPs
There are 543 shelters.

Wanna help? Call Indonesian Red Cross 021-7992325 ext. 402 (Disaster Response)



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