…is already mostly underwater. And the storm hasn’t even made landfall yet (though Atlantic City is looking very close to where it will happen).
Yeah, I’m about 12 miles west of Newark, and even though the storm is almost 200 miles away the wind is already kicking up, knocking small branches from my trees. I still have power, but I can’t believe that will last long.
Which town? I grew up in Glen Ridge.
Fanwood. It’s a little borough nestled into Scotch Plains, near Westfield.
Its all President Obama’s fault.
I beg your pardon, but hurricanes are all Bush’s fault, according to Obama. In fact, according to Obama, everything is someone else’s fault, and Obama supporters tend to believe it. So your “joke” rings a bit hollow — even sour.
Sadly its not a joke. And Romney is to blame as well…
Hurricane Sandy Blamed On Gays, Obama And Romney By Preacher John McTernan
Posted: 10/29/2012 10:47 am EDT
I am sure more nuts will be coming out of the woodwork. And of course the climate change crowd is on top of it.
Tom Zeller Jr.
In Hurricane Sandy’s Fury, The Fingerprint Of Climate Change
Well, if he’d lowered the sea level and did those other things he promised back in 2008, this wouldn’t be happening.
He who claims credit for the sunshine must accept the blame for the rain.
That includes smoke up arses as well.
I’m directly in the storm’s track (tip of the upper Chesapeake in Maryland), and so far we’ve had just a lot of rain and a little wind. The center is supposed to pass over us at about 2 Tuesday morning, but up to now things haven’t been as wild as the derecho last summer, or even Irene.
How things stay good for you. It looks like a nasty storm for sure.
You meant hope I’m sure (your fingers do the spelling like mine, eh?) My boss and I went sailing on St. John’s river the day after Gloria. We had the sails reefed and still made about 20 knots that day. Fun fer sure. Innocent times before the twin towers fell.
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