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By SKYE Editors
Nov 14, 2012
This aerial view shows Manhattan in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
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The lead story to the picture is Mantoloking, NJ which is part of Brick Township, NJ. I was there a week before the storm hit and took many pictures of the bridge and the beach houses, as well as the beaches. What a shame all the damage.
Great pictures I work as a chaplain at a large retirement home. I use these pictures when I present programs. Thanks a lot.
Its nice to see that the upper east side still has power
It is horrific what happens in any disaster. There is one question I have to anyone who knows the answer. I know FEMA will help clean up, but for the people that lost their homes etc. and do not have tornado/hurricane insurance still get a new place to live? Or do they just lose and start over if they can?
"I was out on the roof, chained down my lawn chair, and watched the madness unfold.
I didn't think that a natural disaster would bring out politics, saying New York got special help because they voted for Obama, really? Was New Orleans handled well under Bush? Did they not vote for Bush or was it because of racism that they weren't helped immediately?
I didn't think that a disaster would bring in politics, oh wait, I forgot about New Orleans during Bush. That was handled so well, wasn't it? Let me see did someone say that Obama based his help on who voted for him? Well does that mean that New Orleans didn't vote for Bush or that it has too many people of color to help?
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