Hurricane Sandy Pictures

Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by madrivermaz, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. YRU

    YRU Hear today, deaf tomorrow

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  3. RebelYell

    RebelYell Been here awhile

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    So sad to see the shore so devestated and shattered Sllydog.Thats my 2nd stomping grounds/home away from home kind of deal asbury park ocean grove spring lake.I loved going down there after work in the summer,getting there 4 30 /5pm it was win win all around. The day trippers were leaving,got a space right on main street,3-4 hours of swiiming and boogey boarding,see the sun go down and have the beach almost to yourself.I hope they can get it somewhat back for us for 2013 season.Years ago my folks were gonna buy a house down on LBI at 1st I wish they did but now I can see Im glad they didnt.
  4. sallydog

    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    i was riding down by the water today. like a war zone. every house had garbage 6 ft high the entire street. everywhere... what a mess
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  6. racermx66

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    Went down to Atlantic City Friday and it looked like nothing happened. I was expecting to see some major damage. There weren't too many people down there though. The city must of had a clean up crew that started the second the hurricane passed.
  7. WVhillbilly

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    The power came back on at my parent's house in WV yesterday :clap

    Still no phone.
    As for you guys without power, hang in there. I've done a few weeks without power before and know how bad it sucks.

    Hope they get you back up soon.
  8. RebelYell

    RebelYell Been here awhile

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    ThATS WHat Im saying YUMO I vote to ride everyday.For the throttle by the throttle and w the throttle I pledge to ride and rip it up everyday.THis ad sponsored and approved by rebelyell:evil:deal:lol3I was in Jackson again yesterday didnt see another soul on a bike.how sad it was gorgeous out.I think I pissed a few bow hnters off as they were leaving I saw they were cussing me out As they went by.Wasnt trying to but we all pay taxes an all have a right to use public land.Its either we stick together and keep what we have or the alternative.Anyway the noreaster actually did alot more damage down there I think,my boy had his yard full of trees an branches.Anyway thanks for the offer berzerkowitz if Im up there Ill take you up on the offer.,unless its an offer to kick my ass:lol3I feel bad for the people who have to be in fema tent city,alot of people have compared it to a concentration camp! YIKES!
  9. sallydog

    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    ist really a shame to see everything these people cared about just piled up in the street
  10. outlaws justice

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    yes,

    1. That is what insurance is suppossed to help with.
    2. We all have chosen to live where we do and hopefully we all know the risks, ie. floods, tornado's earthquacks etc.
    3. Now it is time to help each other, it is OUR responsibility not the govenments.

    I choose to live where I do, I looked at all aspects, ie flood plains, drainage, winds, snow, etc. access to the things I need etc. Those that choose to stay there will have to realize that this could happen again.
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    sallydog 80 miles a day for 41 months

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    i agree but when you lose 40 or 50 years of photo albums and scrap books it doesn't matter how stupid you are.... it sucks
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    Canuman Crusty & Unobliging

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    Well said, Sir.

    It was a warm, stunningly beautiful day up north. Hope you all down south had the advantage of the same fine weather, either to clean up or catch some late-season riding. Inmate Barbsironbutt and I managed to spool off a few miles on the dual-sports. It was a superb day. This time of year, each riding day is a gift.
  14. WVhillbilly

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    Our house was flooded in 85, lost nearly everything.
    When we left, never expecting that the water would get that high.
    The only thing my mom grabbed was photo albums, a very wise decision on her part.

    And I've seen all we owned piled in the street outside, and many other families as well.

    I know what you guys are going thru, and it is horrible.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-ZRF7xolL8

    I watch that video and I can still smell that mud, in everything.
    I can't do more than offer my sympathies, hate to see anyone go thru this.
  15. RebelYell

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    Them shore pics eerily reminded me of flood floyd 99 in bound brook.I wouldnt worry about the carpet or frniture As much as pictures you cant replace
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    RebelYell Been here awhile

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    I dont exactly trust the red cross either.Back in 9-11 they collected over 100 million dollars.It was never turned into the victims it was returned to there coffers.THe president said this is money to run our charity foundation and clerical responsibilities.THen they collected blood and ended up throwing alot of blood out.Im not against helping people as I would rather give stuff to the victims my own personal self and know it went to the storm victims and not into some lousy greedy ass charity thats all for themselves,pffttt yeah non profit red cross better take a good look in the mirror.:puke1 My co worker I told him if he needed any help Id help him,another friend in jackson had trees come down,Im gonna lend him my chain saw
  20. 42

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    They had to throw blood out. Really?
    Should you be the guy they call to find out exactly how much blood will be collected?