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  • Pish, it's just SNOW....it will melt.
    Oh, wait....

    Anyone else think that Mother Nature is trying to clean up the toilet bowl that is the Tri-State area??
  • ChipNASA: Pish, it's just SNOW....it will melt.
    Oh, wait....

    Anyone else think that Mother Nature is trying to clean up the toilet bowl that is the Tri-State area??


    Town needed an enema.
    Now it's getting a cold douche.
  • This storm was a piece of cake on my commute last night. My train line has been down since Sandy, so it only took me 4 hours to get home last night from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.


    /It's been a farking madhouse all week so far
  • ChipNASA: Pish, it's just SNOW....it will melt.
    Oh, wait....

    Anyone else think that Mother Nature is trying to clean up the toilet bowl that is the Tri-State area??


    I find bleach works best...
  • I got a flat tire driving home in it at 1130 last night...I got a ride home, but my car is probably plowed in right now. I don't even want to think about it. I'm just thankful I have power...lots of people still didn't have it back from the hurricane, and more lost power last night because of this snow storm. I'm not sure I've ever seen 8 inches of snow this early in the season before.
  • "With no power to the East Coast, my Winterenator will bring high winds and snow, freezing everybody who has no heat. With the only building that has power, people will flock to me for warmth and protection, allowing me to take over...."

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    The ENTIRE Tri-State Area!
  • You almost think that God is sending a message that he's tired of Wall Street investment bankers and of Jersey Shore on cable.


    'I'm Mother Nature and I support this message'
  • AlwaysRightBoy: This storm was a piece of cake on my commute last night.


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    Photofit of the suspect
  • 70mph wind is not a hurricane.

    /I don't think
  • FourPetesake: I got a flat tire driving home in it at 1130 last night...I got a ride home, but my car is probably plowed in right now. I don't even want to think about it. I'm just thankful I have power...lots of people still didn't have it back from the hurricane, and more lost power last night because of this snow storm. I'm not sure I've ever seen 8 inches of snow this early in the season before.


    Last halloween? Or did that one hit 50 miles to the west?
  • CruJones: 70mph wind is not a hurricane.

    /I don't think


    You are right... hurricanes start at 74. 70 is a really farking strong tropical storm though.
  • you have pee hands: FourPetesake: ... I'm not sure I've ever seen 8 inches of snow this early in the season before.

    Last halloween? Or did that one hit 50 miles to the west?


    Don't know about NY but we got nearly a foot of snow in CT last October. The leaves were still on the trees and the damage was amazing. No power for a week or more and lots of fun.
  • vudukungfu: ChipNASA: Pish, it's just SNOW....it will melt.
    Oh, wait....

    Anyone else think that Mother Nature is trying to clean up the toilet bowl that is the Tri-State area??

    Town needed an enema.
    Now it's getting a cold douche.


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    Nice job Obama, really keeping an eye on FEMA.
  • you have pee hands: FourPetesake: I got a flat tire driving home in it at 1130 last night...I got a ride home, but my car is probably plowed in right now. I don't even want to think about it. I'm just thankful I have power...lots of people still didn't have it back from the hurricane, and more lost power last night because of this snow storm. I'm not sure I've ever seen 8 inches of snow this early in the season before.

    Last halloween? Or did that one hit 50 miles to the west?


    yeah, last halloween we got about an inch (long island)...I guess it was worse elsewhere, but that was about as much snow as we got all winter last year.
  • I'm waiting for those crazy fundies to claim this is God's punishment for supporting Obama.

    /when we all know it's the CIA's secret weather machine
  • The NYC area is on the dividing line between warm, tropical air of the South and the freeze-your-ass-off arctic shiat they have up in Canada, so we get both.

    /Haters are jealous because NYC has everything.
  • wambu: I'm waiting for those crazy fundies to claim this is God's punishment for supporting Obama.

    /when we all know it's the CIA's secret weather machine


    Might be mad Al Gores. Anything to push his carbon tax.
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    Nice job Obama, really keeping an eye on FEMA.


    You lost dude. Get over it.
  • hbk72777: [cdn01.dailycaller.com image 640x275] 

    Nice job Obama, really keeping an eye on FEMA.


    He does not need votes anymore, say goodbye to one day service.
  • Lot of trees and stuff down. Guy I work with in westchester says he got 2 feet.

    At least it hid the mounds of trash they are still picking up from sandy.
  • AlwaysRightBoy: This storm was a piece of cake on my commute last night. My train line has been down since Sandy, so it only took me 4 hours to get home last night from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.


    /It's been a farking madhouse all week so far


    I was on a bus by 4PM. Told my boss I'd log in from home, which I did. On the way home, heard the dispatch advising of a break down in the Lincoln. I think if you are stupid enough to drive a car that is on the verge of breaking down into a Hudson River crossing, the punishment should be that your car is unceremoniously bulldozed out of the tunnel until it is a pile of useless debris, which then needs to be removed from the premises at the driver's expense.

    I also think the HOV restrictions at the tunnels should be made permanent.

    And that NJ Transit should spend less capital on palatial rail stations and transfer stations and more money on hardening their systems against barely Cat -1 storms. Another tunnel under the Hudson would be nice too, but our governor didn't think that was important. Yet, he sure seems to care about the "people of New Jersey" these past few weeks. I haven't seen him at the PA or Secaucus Transfer Station yet.

    End rant. I guess what I am really trying to say is, fark this and I am tired of this place.
  • Freeze-dry the flooded areas - brilliant!
  • LineNoise: Guy I work with in westchester says he got 2 feet.


    Only a few inches of snow in Ridgewood. I can't imagine that there is 2 feet of snow less than 20 miles from where I am but I guess it's not impossible.
  • H31N0US: AlwaysRightBoy: This storm was a piece of cake on my commute last night. My train line has been down since Sandy, so it only took me 4 hours to get home last night from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.


    /It's been a farking madhouse all week so far

    I was on a bus by 4PM. Told my boss I'd log in from home, which I did. On the way home, heard the dispatch advising of a break down in the Lincoln. I think if you are stupid enough to drive a car that is on the verge of breaking down into a Hudson River crossing, the punishment should be that your car is unceremoniously bulldozed out of the tunnel until it is a pile of useless debris, which then needs to be removed from the premises at the driver's expense.

    I also think the HOV restrictions at the tunnels should be made permanent.

    And that NJ Transit should spend less capital on palatial rail stations and transfer stations and more money on hardening their systems against barely Cat -1 storms. Another tunnel under the Hudson would be nice too, but our governor didn't think that was important. Yet, he sure seems to care about the "people of New Jersey" these past few weeks. I haven't seen him at the PA or Secaucus Transfer Station yet.

    End rant. I guess what I am really trying to say is, fark this and I am tired of this place.


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    Would be really nice if they extended the No. 7 train under the Hudson to Seacaucus, and finally completed the Bergen-Hudson Light Rail so that it actually enters Bergen County.
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