Daily Archives: October 30, 2012

How Many People Did Sandy Save?

Latest toll is 34 dead from Sandy, including traffic fatalities blamed on the weather. A normal two day period in the northeast would have about 60 traffic fatalities.

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Finally ……

h/t to scarface

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Can You Charge Someone Who Says He Was Born In Kenya With Treason?

CHARLES WOODS, father of Tyrone Woods: I can’t imagine anyone with any heart that would watch a battle rage for seven hours knowing that heroes were there that were going to be slaughtered if you didn’t have help sent in. … Continue reading

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George Washington’s Horse Caused This

The Great Hurricane of 1780 is probably the deadliest Atlantic hurricane on record. Between 20,000 and 22,000 people died when the storm passed through the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean starting on October 10 and ending on October 16. Great … Continue reading

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Does “Climate Change” Require Change?

Every weather event is now attributed to climate change, because below 350 PPM the planet never had weather. The climate was always perfect, everyone lived in harmony, talked to trees, and had sex with their tails.

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Obama Taking Money From Osama – Wants More

WASHINGTON – Using a Pakistani Internet Protocol and proxy server, a disposable credit card and a fake address, “Osama bin Laden” has successfully donated twice to Barack Obama’s presidential re-election campaign. The “Bin Laden” donations, actually made by WND staff, … Continue reading

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Psychosis Is Free At The Guardian

  Hurricane Sandy has drowned the New York I love  I like this comment

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Storm Surge Video In Manhattan

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Huge Fire In Breezy Point, NY

There is a huge fire in Breezy Point, New York which has destroyed 100 houses. The fire hydrants were submerged by the storm surge. My grandmother lives in the next neighborhood over from Breezy Point, and I used to spend summers on the beach … Continue reading

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What To Expect From Sandy

In 1900, a storm surge destroyed Galveston and killed 8,000 people. Experts tell us that Sandy was the biggest storm in US history, so we can safely assume that Manhattan now looks like Galveston did in 1900.

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