A Community Regains Footing In ‘Rebuilding Paradise’ | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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The Camp Fire of 2018 was the deadliest wildfire in California's history, and Oscar-winning Director Ron Howard in the new National Geographic documentary 'Rebuilding Paradise' looks at how the community has worked to rebuild over two years. Aired on 11/12/2020.
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A Community Regains Footing In 'Rebuilding Paradise' | Morning Joe | MSNBC

32 Comments on "A Community Regains Footing In ‘Rebuilding Paradise’ | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. As Trump would say: ”The town of Pleasure.” Oh… the irony!

  2. William Unknown | November 12, 2020 at 12:10 PM | Reply

    I lost everything but the clothes on my back and my car in that fire. Hard to believe that was two years ago.

  3. Ron Howard is a good egg.

  4. In my day, a man would wear a jacket and tie to a graduation. Now, don’t even bother to button your flannel shirt.

    • AndrewVelonis Yeah…. that was in my day, too…. but the difference between me and you, is that I am apparently more aware that the world has moved on. And that the heart and emotions are more important that buttons on a shirt. It ain’t about appearance, Andrew.

    • Graduation ceremonies for High School are a joke anyway. It’s like a participation medal. Congratulations, you achieved the bare minimum.

    • @20quid how miserable is your life 🤡🤡🤡🤡

    • @S It’s going pretty well thanks for asking.

    • Deborah Freedman | November 12, 2020 at 3:13 PM | Reply

      I grew up in in rural California, and graduated in 1976. Nobody wore a suit and tie, most of us were in jeans and t-shirts under our gowns, because right after the graduation exercise, we boarded an overnight bus to Disneyland. My mother didn’t allow me “dungarees’, so I wore a cotton pants suit, and my friends thought I was overdressed. I really doubt you are much older than I, but rural California is different from the overtight east coast. We made fun of people whose boots showed no signs of manure, and called them dudes. I bet you’ve never bucked hay. Not a different time, a different place.

  5. This shows how community heals. So tragic. I will love to see this documentary.

  6. 👍 Ask yourself how do you feel about putting a nuclear trigger in the hands of a criminal, paranoid, narcissistic sociopath?

  7. Thanks for featuring Ron Howard and his documentary about rebuilding the town of Paradise.

    As a Californian, this fire and others, unfortunately destroy lives and entire communities.

    What is still shocking and vivid in my mind, is remembering how Trump visited Paradise, at the end of the fire and couldn’t even utter the name of the town properly.

    Just goes to show what kind of human being occupies the WH. He is no Ron Howard, Micka, Joe or Billy.

    For us here in California, we didn’t just have an election, we had an exorcism.

    Good riddance.

  8. He’s looking a lot like his father these days. (Rance Howard, not Andy you jokers.)

  9. I regularly drive through paradise. It is amazing how far they have come. When the fire was finally put down there was nothing left. For months after it was just lines of trucks removing debris. Now it is beginning to look like civilization again. I thought it would just become a ghost town, and there is a long way to go. It is amazing how much is now functioning.

  10. If the people actually knew what we are doing, it’s like Hillary said, “We’ll all hang”.
    Darn these pesky citizens. We need you all to move to a more populous area.

    I need another drink

  11. Ron Howard is a fantastic director and I’ve loved all of his films…….but he’ll always be Opie to me. I mean this in the best possible way! 🙂

  12. Remember when Trump went there and Blamed them for Not raking the Forrest floor!

  13. I like the part where t’rump visited that town and called it “Pleasure” instead of Paradise.
    So much empathy! 😅😂

  14. The final step would be reaking the forest? 🐣🐸🐽😄

  15. And now, there is some more work to be done. Save the enviroment.

  16. When Trump complains about the management of the forests in California, what he fails to tell you is that only 3% of the forests are owned by the state of California and 51% are owned and managed by the federal government. That means that 51% of that land is under his management, and like most things, Trump has mismanaged that.

  17. What a cool dude 👍

    I’ve always loved Ron Howard.

    (And his GORGEOUS daughter lol Bryce Dallas 😍)

  18. Eco Culture Manufacturing | November 12, 2020 at 2:36 PM | Reply

    My mom’s was in the Paradise Fire and almost died and lost everything…What she saw devastated her, us and continues to haunt her. I am glad that this documentary was produced.

  19. Proud Chico State Graduate. Warms my heart to see Paradise rebuilding.

  20. Ron Howard still looks boyish. Some folks have all the genes.

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