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The Sandy Aftermath

A round up of Sandy stories

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FDNY inflatable boats travel along 14th Street toward the East River on a rescue mission in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.(Louis Lanzano, AP)

The swath of the storm reached from Georgia all the way through Maine. [NYT]

Buzzfeed has a compiled a great collection of pictures of first-responders at work through the storm. [BuzzFeed]

The popular Montreal-themed Jewish deli Mile End’s production kitchen, based in the Red Hook neighborhood in southern Brooklyn, was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy. [NYMag]

The Top 10 items shared by U.S. users during the storm. [Facebook]

Darren Aronofsky’s biblical-themed film Noah, to star Russell Crowe, had to stop filming on location in Oyster Bay, Long Island, as Hurricane Sandy swept northward. [LA Times]

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I feel much satisfaction that Obama did not take a vacation in responding to Sandy as that abysmal imbecile Bush did in responding to Katrina. I was living in southeastern Louisiana at the time in 2005 and there was no response or rescue or clean up until about 3 weeks had elapsed in Katrina’s aftermath. Obama can be very justly be proud of his efforts to help all of those who have suffered under Sandy’s savage sway.

    paul delano says:

    You’re totally full of it. I was living in Lafayette. Katrina was a much geater destructive hurricane than Sandy. The problems in responding were largely due to those two incompetents in office at the time, Gov. Blanco and Mayor Nagin of New Orleans. Both Democrats.

paul delano says:

That large segment of Obama supporters also known as the Looting Publicis doing their best to get New York back on its feet.

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The Sandy Aftermath

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