It's really bad here in NY CT and NJ!

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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 04:50 PM
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Originally posted by BrieBird
Martial law has been declared in New Jersey and today the remaining people at the shore were ordered by police officials to back up their things and were then escorted away in buses. Estimates are up to 8 months till the residents will be able to return.





posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:22 PM
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Here are the links you requested I should have put them in my previous post. I know Alex Jones is usually a hot topic on here for credibility but here it is reguardless. The first article is about the Martial Law and the second tells about the mandatory evacuation of the remaining residents on the Jersey Shore.

www.infowars.com...
www.nj.com...
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:32 PM
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Thank you for supplying links....


Des



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:39 PM
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Originally posted by BrieBird
reply to post by Destinyone
 


Here are the links you requested I should have put them in my previous post. I know Alex Jones is usually a hot topic on here for credibility but here it is reguardless. The first article is about the Martial Law and the second tells about the mandatory evacuation of the remaining residents on the Jersey Shore.

www.infowars.com...
www.nj.com...
edit on 3-11-2012 by BrieBird because: Describe Links.


So then how are these people supposed to get insurance companies to settle with them if no one except the people working over there with no pesky residents around to see what goes on?
Answer seems to be, they won't. So they will be forced to pay mortgages and set up elsewhere and end up not paying property taxes or for one reason or another, I suspect that these islands are about to get wholesale transferred into other hands before the time the residents will be allowed back.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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I really hope that isn't the case but you bring up a very valid point. You have to be able to document the damage in order to get the claim in motion. Its like a double smack in the face and five minutes is not long enough to collect your stuff. The article said that they would be busing people back in to get more of their things but I would need a uhaul not just a few carry ons to grab all my valuables.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:51 PM
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i'm in the uk and while we always complain about our weather i am grateful that we don't yet get it the extremes that some places do, some people will probably have lost everything in just one day, i really feel for everyone that has and still are being affected,

when i first heard about Sandy i kept putting the news on to see how you guys were coping but it seemed the only things our news were interested in reporting about sandy was how it might affect the elections or what effect it will have on shares and all things money related..... this made me angry because there was no news about how you the people were doing,

if it wasn't for me visiting sites like this i wouldn't have realised quite how bad it is for you as our media is keeping a pretty low profile on this yet they won't stop banging on about the elections when there are people like yourself that need help...



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:58 PM
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Insurance is a very good point. I read somewhere that only about a third of the homes destroyed will end up being covered by insurance. I've seen a few interviews with people stating that the rates were too expensive to afford and their location was considered low risk for flooding.

I have a friend who lost his home in Katrina. When he moved to East Tennessee he asked about earthquake insurance. The lady told him we never get any large quakes around here and not to worry. He said that's what they said about my house getting taken out by a large hurricane in New Orleans. Sign me up.


 
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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Here is a link that shows some pictures from the Jersey Shore area near Seaside Heights. This was filmed by the Ocean County police in a boat. I couldn't provide the video directly because I don't have the Adobe version it needs to display it. Hope this works...it's about 7:00 minutes long. It gives a good look at the damage to this popular resort.

Ocean County Police Blotter
#njsandy video footage from barrier islands by sean furey

www.facebook.com...
Raw video-Barrier Island Aftermath by Sean Furey,
Length: ‎7:07.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 08:59 AM
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I wont. I have my eye on a natural gas generator since the gas still flows. Its Day 8 still no power, and they haven't even started work on the downed poles yet. Its cold but at least I have a fireplace and there are plenty of downed trees to pick debris from. Bought myself a new splitting axe which is getting a lot of work. All the food in the fridge and freezer is spoiled but food isnt scarce as the town nearby has power.
My car is an even number so I can go off and get gas today. I had some before the storm so didn't have to sit in any lines. The lines I have seen since are pretty short so I shouldn't have a problem. I do miss my internet though lmao.



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by MrStyx
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I wont. I have my eye on a natural gas generator since the gas still flows. Its Day 8 still no power, and they haven't even started work on the downed poles yet. Its cold but at least I have a fireplace and there are plenty of downed trees to pick debris from. Bought myself a new splitting axe which is getting a lot of work. All the food in the fridge and freezer is spoiled but food isnt scarce as the town nearby has power.
My car is an even number so I can go off and get gas today. I had some before the storm so didn't have to sit in any lines. The lines I have seen since are pretty short so I shouldn't have a problem. I do miss my internet though lmao.

Brother if you need any help from Ct let me know maybe I can help.
We are in pretty good shape up here inCT., but my wife's famaily ...not so good , her cousin from Breezy point is coming here as they lost there home. my E-Mail is ctempest48@yahoo.com



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 03:56 PM
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Now we have a Nor'easter ...they said it would be rain ...guess what SNOW .already 2 inches and wet more power loses perdicted and the wind is really picking up.
But those poor people like in Rockaway..they will not have power for 5 weeks!



posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 04:21 PM
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Originally posted by MrStyx
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I wont. I have my eye on a natural gas generator since the gas still flows. Its Day 8 still no power, and they haven't even started work on the downed poles yet. Its cold but at least I have a fireplace and there are plenty of downed trees to pick debris from. Bought myself a new splitting axe which is getting a lot of work. All the food in the fridge and freezer is spoiled but food isnt scarce as the town nearby has power.
My car is an even number so I can go off and get gas today. I had some before the storm so didn't have to sit in any lines. The lines I have seen since are pretty short so I shouldn't have a problem. I do miss my internet though lmao.


Some of my friend bought the GENRAC....but you have to buy the aluminium one not the steel, the steel one blow up after 20 hours. There are many lawsuits against them. Consider propane, they can bury the tank, this way if the gasline was cut off you would be OK.





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