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( NewsFlash Not to be outdone, chaos reigns in Jersey City with numerous reports of building collapses and evacuation of the communications command and control in City Hall (w/video)   ( divider line
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2012-10-30 12:56:51 PM  

Tenatra: There was a disaster here in Missouri also. I ordered a pizza from Domino's and this is what it looked like inside the box.

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I'd like to know what the fark that employee was thinking when she cut/boxed the pizza. She had to have seen the quality of this product and she still ended up giving it to me?!

/This was supposed to be a large hand tossed pizza
//That hole wasn't from me, it was there when I opened my box
///Half the pizza was flat
////All of the dough was burnt

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2012-10-30 02:38:28 PM  
Thanks Barry Fartbongo!!!!
2012-10-30 04:00:17 PM  
I'd like to know whose brilliant idea it was to shut down the old Jersey City Medical Center, standing majestically atop the Palisades, and build a new one on sea-level fill dirt a half mile from the harbor downtown.
2012-10-31 12:14:33 PM  

thegod082: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: demaL-demaL-yeH: Did coco ebert make it to high ground?

And what about vanilla siskel?

I laughed pretty hard. Thank you.

I did too. Heheh. Thanks for the concern, demaL-demaL-yeH. Power is out but we're totally fine. And we have hot water. woo hoo!

Stay safe, all farkers!
2012-10-31 05:16:18 PM  

Yea shiat was really real. Not South Jersey Shore real, but pretty farkin bad. Buildings less than a mile from me had 7 feet of water. I was comparably lucky, with only a foot in the basement, causing the loss of a couple boxes of books that were just a bit too low up on milk crates. Neighbors in the building lost quite a bit of artwork, clothing, books, furniture, etc.

A good chunk of the city still doesn't have power (or didn't as of a couple hours ago), trees fell everywhere and on everything, glass fell out of high rises, building facades and construction sites got wrecked, etc. etc.

I'm back to regular, with heat, hot water, power, etc (never lost running water or gas to cook with, thank whatever deity you want). Hoboken next door is shiatcanned in an unimaginable way. My block is about 17 feet above sea level - most of Hoboken is at 0 feet or below. They are well and truly farked sideways.
2012-11-01 03:11:24 AM  

coco ebert:
I laughed pretty hard. Thank you.

I did too. Heheh. Thanks for the concern, demaL-demaL-yeH. Power is out but we're totally fine. And we have hot water. woo hoo!

Stay safe, all farkers!

Let's be fair, you owe farkdom a teachin' thread on the recent history of unions in the US.

/Glad you and hubby are safe and clean, if less enlightened than usual.
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