Impact of Sandy

If you are a family member, friend, or other regular blog reader anywhere along the East Coast or in another area affected by Hurricane Sandy, do check in to let me and others know you are alive, when you have the opportunity, and when time and surroundings permit, feel free to share your experiences.

A number of major web sites are down as a result of Sandy, including the Huffington Post – and so their UK branch provided this hand-drawn edition to fill in the gap in low-tech form:

Meanwhile, as news outlets provide what are hopefully all real photos of the effects of Sandy, Facebook and other online sites abound with fakes – including this one adapted from Planet of the Apes:

 

 

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  • I’m good. Easton, MD made out okay. Most of us didn’t lose power. So as far as I know, all’s well here!

  • Susan Burns

    Anyone that does not “believe in” climate change must be sticking their fingers in their ears and humming.