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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    How is it going there, refuj? I heard it's about to make landfall.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    How is it going there, refuj? I heard it's about to make landfall.
    things are getting a whole lot worse now. the wind gust is heavier than before and it's raining too.

    the lights are flicking. look like the power might go out any minute. it just got darker outside too.

    awwwww damn. it just made landfall.
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    I'm just hoping that my power doesn't go out for a week like last year. So far we lost power for about an hour. The internet goes in and out every so often. I'm lucky that I don't live too close to the water, but it's still creepy. I just want to get my school work done since I don't have classes ahhaa.





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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    just found out that my mom has to go to work tonight in this crazy shit. she tried to call out but those punk ass bitchmade motherfucking cornball bosses at my mom's job are trying to fuck with her on some "you better show up to work". WHAT THE FUCK!! man, anything happens to my mom. i'm running up at her job and beating the shit out of her bitch ass boss. could care less if i get locked up or whatever.
    Omg, that is horrible! Is your Mom ok? What are they thinking!

    SMH.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    We've lost power twice so far but it's back on atm. Nothing too crazy up in MA. I rolled my eyes at people who didn't heed the mayor's advice and remove their cars from the streets (Boston already bans overnight parking in the winter anyways so that isn't a new concept). Insurance companies consider that a waive of paying a deductible since it is a state of emergency.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    No, she passed us by here in South Carolina lol. Somebody needs to sue her ass for shutting down the stock market for today and tomorrow! I'm a day trader so I can't make any money the first 2 days of the week now lol. It's sure unusual for the north to be getting hit with hurricanes. I hope it doesn't kill anybody or do too much damage.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    We've had lots of rain here in Western New York.
    The winds are expected to pick up after midnight.
    Many of the school districts (including mine) in the Rochester metro area have decided to close for Tuesday, October 30.


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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Still not too rainy here in Central NJ. The gusts have become stronger and more frequent, though.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Omg, that is horrible! Is your Mom ok? What are they thinking!

    SMH.
    she's okay. it's that she has to deal with those lousy people at her job that are miserable as hell. she already has enough problems to deal with. hopefully something comes up where she can't go to work because it's getting worse outside. don't know what these assholes are thinking dragging her out here in these shithole conditions.

    Quote Originally Posted by AlmondMilk View Post
    I'm just hoping that my power doesn't go out for a week like last year. So far we lost power for about an hour. The internet goes in and out every so often. I'm lucky that I don't live too close to the water, but it's still creepy. I just want to get my school work done since I don't have classes ahhaa.





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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    We've lost power twice so far but it's back on atm. Nothing too crazy up in MA. I rolled my eyes at people who didn't heed the mayor's advice and remove their cars from the streets (Boston already bans overnight parking in the winter anyways so that isn't a new concept). Insurance companies consider that a waive of paying a deductible since it is a state of emergency.
    you guys had your power out already? we've been good so far. the lights been flickering but no outage yet. about to eat dinner now just in case the electricity goes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Still not too rainy here in Central NJ. The gusts have become stronger and more frequent, though.
    has the power went out around your way yet? it's nasty outside and rainy up here in north jersey.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    We've had lots of rain here in Western New York.
    The winds are expected to pick up after midnight.
    Many of the school districts (including mine) in the Rochester metro area have decided to close for Tuesday, October 30.
    Keep safe Ron (and dry), same goes to everyone else in the hurricane zone.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    has the power went out around your way yet? it's nasty outside and rainy up here in north jersey.
    Not yet, but we're expecting it to happen any time now. The lights are flickering and other areas of town have lost electricity. :-\

    I just went outside a few minutes ago and I could swear I saw green lightning, plus there's the constant whining of sirens in the distance. It feels like the apocalypse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Not yet, but we're expecting it to happen any time now. The lights are flickering and other areas of town have lost electricity. :-\

    I just went outside a few minutes ago and I could swear I saw green lightning, plus there's the constant whining of sirens in the distance. It feels like the apocalypse!
    wow @ green lightning. hopefully, no tornados or whatever pop up because of this. it does feel like the apocalypse. maybe this is what it's going to be like december 21st. we've been lucky that the power hasn't gone out for some of us in jersey even though it looks like our lucks are running out.
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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    wow @ green lightning. hopefully, no tornados or whatever pop up because of this. it does feel like the apocalypse. maybe this is what it's going to be like december 21st. we've been lucky that the power hasn't gone out for some of us in jersey even though it looks like our lucks are running out.
    Yep. What area are you in? I'm in Middlesex County.

    I looked into the "green lightning" and found this explanation:
    Green/turquoise flashes and/or changing colors: A flash of light in the sky that lingers, pulses and/or changes colors is not lightning, but electrical arcing from shorted-out power lines. These arcs are called 'power flashes' and can be triggered by a variety of severe weather - including ice storms, high winds, tornadoes, or by a direct lightning strike. Electrical arcing, whether caused by lightning, ice or wind damage, is very intense, can be as bright as lightning, can illuminate the entire sky and can change color from blue, green, turquoise, red and orange. When lightning strikes an energized power line, an electrical flashover arc can result. Lightning-triggered flashover arcs usually begin during the strike and linger for a few seconds after the strike is over.
    Scary stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saybrooke View Post
    I was at the gym once, and this woman was on the elliptical next to me, making motorcycle noises.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Southeastern Mass: power just came back on after being out for most of the afternoon. Lots of wind and flooding along the coast.

    Good luck to all those in NY and NJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    wow @ green lightning. hopefully, no tornados or whatever pop up because of this. it does feel like the apocalypse. maybe this is what it's going to be like december 21st. we've been lucky that the power hasn't gone out for some of us in jersey even though it looks like our lucks are running out.
    Tornados was said to be only a minor threat according to Dr. Masters on Weatherundergroudn.

    Your power is still on? I hope the storm goes through quickly and the clean up can begin.

    Having been through several hurricanes I know the feeling... one was category 4...

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Although it's barely raining, the winds have gotten pretty intense. We keep momentarily losing electricity. Expecting it to go off permanently at any second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Yep. What area are you in? I'm in Middlesex County.

    I looked into the "green lightning" and found this explanation:


    Scary stuff.
    i'm in essex county. it's crazy outside. going to see if my mom called out from work. it's horrible outside. the gusts are extreme outside.

    Quote Originally Posted by AlmondMilk View Post
    saw this on the news.

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Tornados was said to be only a minor threat according to Dr. Masters on Weatherundergroudn.

    Your power is still on? I hope the storm goes through quickly and the clean up can begin.

    Having been through several hurricanes I know the feeling... one was category 4...
    yeah, the power is actually still on. can't believe it. with how bad it is outside, the power should be out by now. the lights keep flickering too but not enough for the power to go out on the tv where it has to be switched back on.

    there has to be a lot of damage from this. hear some noise coming from my window. hope that the window isn't cracked or about to break. might have to close the drapes just in case that happens.

    dude, hurricanes are horrible. what's the scariest thing you've experienced during a hurricane?

    now that i think of it, i would rather deal with a blizzard than this shit. this is scary as hell. hate hearing the wind gusting like that outside. it's fucking crazy.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Carmine View Post
    Keep safe Ron (and dry), same goes to everyone else in the hurricane zone.
    Thanks, Carmine!
    I plan to stay home until I have to go back to work (Wednesday, at the earliest).
    So long as I have power, I will continue to check in here at JUB!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    Thanks, Carmine!
    I plan to stay home until I have to go back to work (Wednesday, at the earliest).
    So long as I have power, I will continue to check in here at JUB!
    Keep it safe Ron. Isn't Sandy supposed to move on up into your area later?

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Wind is changing direction and intensifying again. This is what happened right before we lost power the first time.

    Grrrrrr.
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    Keep safe folks!


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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by BostonPirate View Post
    Wind is changing direction and intensifying again. This is what happened right before we lost power the first time.

    Grrrrrr.
    Amazing how much wind there is in the Boston area considering where this storm is. Freaking huge storm. Keep it safe Bos Pirate!

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    The rain and wind have picked up here (since my last post), and the power flickered once, but otherwise, we're still OK.

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    We seem to be the city that missed the water. The wind is dying down now quickly too.
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    It's hilarious what a different world NYC becomes when all the locals are trapped inside. I'm getting a ridiculous amount of likes on anything I write on Facebook almost instantly, just because EVERYONE is on it.

    And not to mention I'm getting hit up on Grindr nonstop. There's about ten dudes in a five-block radius trying to get a piece of this.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by BostonPirate View Post
    We seem to be the city that missed the water. The wind is dying down now quickly too.
    Boston is "open" tomorrow. The ocean side of MA and the Islands got crushed hard today. A few branches and trees down in my parents' area but nothing crazy. There's a tree in the woods behind their house that is literally choked by ivy and I am shocked it hasn't fallen yet. It's at a 30 degree angle.

    Reckon my brother has been holed up in NYC since Sunday morning, his condo in New Haven is fine and no flooding either. Long Island acting as a breaker sheltered Connecticut from much of the hurricane, at least wave wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaughtyArousal View Post
    It's hilarious what a different world NYC becomes when all the locals are trapped inside. I'm getting a ridiculous amount of likes on anything I write on Facebook almost instantly, just because EVERYONE is on it.

    And not to mention I'm getting hit up on Grindr nonstop. There's about ten dudes in a five-block radius trying to get a piece of this.
    Un-fucking-real.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    This super storm wasn't one. While it may be scary for those in its path and it will cause destruction, it won't even come close to other hurricanes.

    http://news.yahoo.com/sandy-unlikely...--finance.html

    $10-20 billion in damages. That's in sharp contrast to other storms that caused far more damage. A hurricane like Katrina was moving quite slowly ($108 billion in damages). In terms of monetary damage, it's roughly on the same level as Hurricane Irene. The fact that it is moving fast means conditions will clear up in the matter of 48-72 hours.

    http://www.wunderground.com/tropical...1218_5day.html

    Presently it's moving at 18mph NW... and has weakened. Soon it'll be a tropical storm.

    Massachusetts and Connecticut both lucked out not to get much of the brunt. I talked with a few relatives in Connecticut... all is fine.
    Last edited by GiancarloC; October 29th, 2012 at 08:14 PM. Reason: clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post

    there has to be a lot of damage from this. hear some noise coming from my window. hope that the window isn't cracked or about to break. might have to close the drapes just in case that happens.
    There will be damage, but not quite what was expected. But I'm sure New Jersey will have sustained the majority of damage.

    dude, hurricanes are horrible. what's the scariest thing you've experienced during a hurricane?
    Tornadoes touching down literally 10-15 miles away. Luckily there weren't many from what I hear with Sandy.

    now that i think of it, i would rather deal with a blizzard than this shit. this is scary as hell. hate hearing the wind gusting like that outside. it's fucking crazy.
    Don't panic... it might be scary... but it'll pass. Hold tight. I made it through a Cat 4 hurricane... that was ions ago though when I lived in Texas many years ago when I was younger.

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    What gender is Hurricane Sandy?

    We have gender-equity for Australian hurricanes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    What gender is Hurricane Sandy?

    We have gender-equity for Australian hurricanes.
    Tropical Cyclone Naming History and Retired Names

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    What gender is Hurricane Sandy?
    I looked that up - it's a she, since the two names either side are he - Rafael and Tony.

    In fact, Tony has already been and gone - a weak Tropical Storm that barely lasted at all before it ended away out in the mid-Atlantic.

    Quote Originally Posted by NaughtyArousal View Post
    I'm getting hit up on Grindr nonstop. There's about ten dudes in a five-block radius trying to get a piece of this.
    Any prospects?


    Ain't no damn hurricane going to stop our NaughtyArousal!

    You should invite all ten of them over for a 'party'.
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    That site says an Aussie began giving women's names to tropical storms before the end of the 19th century.

    We now gender-equity for our hurricanes as well as our dollar bills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaughtyArousal View Post
    It's hilarious what a different world NYC becomes when all the locals are trapped inside. I'm getting a ridiculous amount of likes on anything I write on Facebook almost instantly, just because EVERYONE is on it.

    And not to mention I'm getting hit up on Grindr nonstop. There's about ten dudes in a five-block radius trying to get a piece of this.
    That was the time to invite them all over at once

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Good Morning, JUB!
    Sir Ron made it through the night.
    The wind gusted quite a bit, but I still have electricity, telephone, digital cable, internet, etc...
    My school is closed today.
    Therefore, life, post-Sandy, is good!


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    Thanks for checking in, ronboy. Glad you’re ok.

    I’ve seen a couple others posting today, and hope to see a few more stopping in so we know they’re ok, too.

    I expect that many will be trying to catch a few winks after such a long frightening night.

    Maybe Corny knows how to turn on their ******s so we can peek in on them?

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    Really lucked out here in Voorhees, NJ. There were really strog winds and rain for a while but the most that came out of it was the electricity flickering.

    At my own apartment with my friends the electricity went out. Lucky I shacked up here.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    My lights didn't even flicker, Sandy, gworl, bye



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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    No power, no work. South of Boston.

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    I'm just west of Cleveland. I have power at home but it is out at work and the surrounding cities. The wind was outrageous here last night. This is what happened to my garage. The wind was so strong I couldn't even push open the storm door

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    So sorry to see that, Alister.
    Winds in Western NY are fairly calm as of 1:00 PM EDT.
    The sun is occasionally peeking through the clouds.
    Temperature is a balmy (for late October) 56 degrees.


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    Everything's cleared up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaughtyArousal View Post

    And not to mention I'm getting hit up on Grindr nonstop. There's about ten dudes in a five-block radius trying to get a piece of this.
    Maybe they saw the pix you posted in the amateur thread!
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    Still no word from refUG - since 8:14 last night?

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    Hopefully all it is for him is a power outage. Dont know where in jersey he is (unless i just missed him mentioning where).

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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    My father in north NJ didn't have any big problems with the storm. The electric company shut his power off at 9PM Monday and turned it back on about 5PM today. My aunt and uncle who are 20 miles south of him lost power due to the storm.
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    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    Hopefully all it is for him is a power outage. Dont know where in jersey he is (unless i just missed him mentioning where).
    In post #119 he says Essex County?

    I looked around a bit on line, and all of the sites I saw from that area haven’t been updated, but it sounds like that area got hit hard.

    He seemed really scared last night.

    I hope you’re right, and he’s ok.

  50. #150

    Re: anyone else weathering out Hurricane Sandy?

    Didn't have school yesterday or today. Power went out yesterday for about 6 hours and a huge limb from a tree fell in our backyard along with a portion of our fence. Today's whether was nice though but there were a lot of live wires around creating a danger for kids walking to school. I live outside of Boston.

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