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By SKYE Editors
Nov 14, 2012
This aerial view shows Manhattan in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
God Bless us!!!!
We ain't seen nothing yet. I hear a tsunami will hit the east coast in the near future. The planet is rebelling and fighting back because of all the filth and sin concocted by Man.
these photos dont really look like a storm is occuring. just a city skyscape
4 different photo's shown for times. boo.
I was driving around, going under trees, being passed by leaves on the main road.
Hej!Ser fint ut från min vy, aldrig fel med kyla och snöMvh från Gbg Sverige.
I m an older man who studied geology in college years ago before the global warming and green house gas thing. Was taught that the earth was a tropical planet before the ice ages and we are living in a mild period of an ice age. The earth won t be back to normal til the polar ice caps are gone. We just won t like it very much.
Bill, you must believe in evolution. If one would only read the Bible, one would understand how and why we are where we are today.
go to facebook and see sandy photos
sandy photos as seen
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.
Don't miss a single drop.
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