hurricane sandy

Sandy: the aftermath

Well we got hit by hurricane Sandy pretty bad. No real damage was done but there were still a lot in my area (NJ) and other places.  I am over thankful we only have downed trees in our backyard and loss of power. It could have been worse, a lot worse. So far all the people I know did not get hit bad. Minor damages that can be fixed, and that’s the key word, fixed.
Posts from myself will be limited as we still don’t have power, and thus no internet and a PC.  I really can’t post from my phone much as I need to conserve battery, and we also got full cell phone connectivity back in our area. 
I hope everyone of our readers / followers faired just as good if not better than myself and cheesecake.
I count our blessings for getting out of this tragic force of mother nature unscathed. 

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our only real damage

Earworm: “Powerless” by Linkin Park

Oh, the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. You’ve left many people, including the Big Cheese, powerless. In fact, I only got my power back today. So yes, our dear dedicated followers, the apologies for not really posting anything palatable in the last few days. Anyway.

Today’s Earworm will be my second LP ‘worm. It’s a good song, really. Off their new album Living Things.

Although the song’s meaning has nothing to do with electrical problems, the title of the song pretty much sums up what’s going on to most of the north east that has been affected by the dreaded super-storm, no matter how long the power had been out. I for one lost power for about 3 days. The Big Cheese has had no power for 4 days and counting. Everyone hope he’s safe, because he and I just want to get back to playing Resident Evil 6. (Little hint there, take note that you should expect a “Game Corner” from us soon.)

 

Stay safe from Sandy

The east coast of the US is about to get hit by a massive storm. Please everyone, be smart and safe, during this hurricane. Lots of lives down in the Caribbean has already been lost, and we don’t need to see any unnecessary lives lost once this thing hits. Stay indoors, and don’t go out unless needed, like if you need to get away from floods or what not.

I myself am already stuck in NJ for the next few days with NYC closing up, and my train service, the New Jersey Transit shutting down. Again, stay safe everyone!

 

 

Photo courtesy of http://www.ibtimes.com/hurricane-sandys-path-has-airlines-scrambling-854989