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(11-17-2012 06:41 AM)acevanquish Wrote: This was the banner at the top while reading this post
(11-17-2012 04:28 AM)RobbinsDynasty Wrote: I'm not too fond of Sandy being called a Super Storm. Freak storm that brought damage to an area that wasnt ready and prepared for storm. But in Florida its something we deal with all the time. Bad timing, Wrong area = bad damage
same things could be asked any time a tornado hits the midwest or a wildfire breaks out in Colorado disasters happen and people wont change there ways until it hits too close to home but at that point its only a small fraction of collectors
(11-17-2012 10:18 PM)mweber012 Wrote: I live in NJ and think it is offensive to say this was a mere storm that we weren't prepared for. No one can prepare for trees hitting there house, cutting it in half. For NY's tunnels to be closed because of water is unheard of, in what some people referred to it as "not a big deal." Has Florid dealt with worse? Yes. However, this is the most densely populated area in the country. Further, I am no electrician, but you can't prepare for power outages.