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By SKYE Editors
Oct 31, 2012
This satellite image taken Tuesday, Oct. 30, shows post-tropical storm Sandy off the East Coast of the US.
You are correct but many people want to believe that it is not happening and if we did something it would ruin are economy. Thruth is without a world we don't have an economy.
Wow....can\'t we all just get along ? :)
My daughter just built a house down there! WOW.
the comment is blocking the picture.
As a professional photographer, this image is stunning!~
That is a scary, but beautiful photo.
Still terrible down here ... houses sideways upside down pushed into each other, homes sitting in the river still, homes just NOT there anymore.... ally ways turned into streams, sand taking over roads ... still no power to alot of these areas / still looks like a war zone
After reading all this I think you should all just off yourselfs and let the rest of us live in peace. I enjoy the weather extremes as it adds spice to life.
You are an insensitive -_____________,John.
John, have you ever experienced a tornado? Especially F3 or above? Have you lived through a hurricane? My family and I lived through Hurricane Fran. That hurricane ripped through Wilmington, NC on the Atlantic and sliced its way through the middle of the state all the way Raleigh, our capitol. There were people killed in NC due to this hurricane. Property loss was staggering. Electricity was out for most of those in Fran's path for at least a week, some as long as a month. This superstorm was more than twice the strength of Fran and was in the winter, making it worse. Your lack of empathy for your fellow man tells me at least a couple of things. 1. Your political leanings. 2. Your religious beliefs 3. Karma's a b*tch. You'd better watch out!!
I remember I used to wear winter clothes not now. All I need now is a light sweater over my sleeveless blouse. Seeing women in Texas with mink coats on is embarrassing to the female race:) Yes climate is always changing.
It's a conspiracy!!
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