Mother Nature is fickle and has been challenging Mankind since the beginning. Geraldo Herrera is reporting from the Island. He's stump thumping (blaming the Administration) that the island needs generators to restore power because all the able bodied folks on the islands left prior to Hurricane Maria. All that's left are the elderly and children. They need refrigeration for food & medication. None of them are able to assist in the restoration. The lines for fuel to run the current generators is 9 hours long, and rationing only allows $10 of fuel purchase at a time. Power lines and cell towers still lie across the streets, 4 days after the storm. Bottom Line: All the folks that could help themselves & others have fled? Why isn't Mainland America Doing More? Sidenote: Geraldo suddenly found out that money is of no relevance during a disaster, and he's whining about it. (Privilege, God helps those that help themselves.) Am I being to cynical? If you live on an Island that shall most likely be without power why wouldn't you have a stock of non-refrigerant food? If all the folks that could assist their kinfolks have deserted them, why is Geraldo ranting about the assistance being rendered from perfect strangers? Even with the thousands of gallons of water constantly flowing into the island, there are shortages. Talk about SHTF lessons for Survivalists, is this what is meant by being on an Island?