Skip to comments.SYSTEM FAILURE: Warren Pollock on Hurricane Sandy
Posted on 11/16/2012 9:57:49 PM PST by Kartographer
I (Reginald Kaigler) speak with financial expert Warren Pollock on his experience in the New York City area dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
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Thanks for the heads up PA Engineer
I dunno, as soon as he said “do what you have to do” in regards to kicking mama to the curb.......
I think I can do better.
I had no power, no refrigeration, no stove, and no central heating for a week.
I sat close to my fireplace, ate cold canned food (Oh, the horror!), made hot water for coffee and tea over sterno, and used flashlights and candles.
I had an inverter and a big deep cycle battery I could have used to run my furnace, but it wasn’t worth the bother to hook it up.
Besides, I was having fun. Reminded me of when I was a kid, staying at my uncle’s 18 century farmhouse turned hunting lodge, where we heated with fireplaces, cooked on camping stoves by lantern light, dropped a bucket down a well for water, and used an unheated outhouse out back. Only baths we got were when it was warm enough to jump in the lake.
It was fun then—and it was still fun fifty years later.
According to the Leftwing Media, there are only 4 boroughs in NYC.
Want change? Change the way information is dispensed to the citizens.
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