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At least 21 killed as epic snowstorm blankets Northeast US

13.02.2014 17:27

As the latest winter storm turns away from the southern United States and pounds the Northeast, it’s leaving a cold trail of deaths and destruction in its wake.

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SourceKnown! 14.02.2014 09:07

World storms!

Thi s is the beginning of this kind of weather, how long before Russia / China, Africa, the middle east and countless other places are affected?

W e need to start taking this weather seriously and invest in our cultures ability to withstand such events.

We humans as a species are spending a fortune on toys for the big boys to play with and bickering over who rules the world, when our race is simply passing though here.

I say we give the elites flesh lights and lube, some space and allow them medicinal marijuana. Then they can stop destroying expensive stuff and still have something fun to play with!


jediwannabe 14.02.2014 01:44

take it back 13.02.2014 23:29

Take a flame to this so called snow. It doesn't melt.


Its all that Dihydrogen Monoxide in it. >_>


take it back 13.02.2014 23:29

Take a flame to this so called snow. It doesn't melt.


StepStone 13.02.2014 21:21

I convey my sincere condolence to those families who lost their love ones.


Jason Bedard 13.02.2014 19:58

The main reason most people die in these storms is their inability to just stay at home. Staying in place is an important survival skill that does take time to train yourself to do. Most people are incapable of staying put for more than three days. My neighbor had to get out of his house today like most people, even though nothing is open they just can't sit still. While he was driving a tree limb crashed into his windshield. He's lucky it didn't kill him. But now his minivan has garbage bags over it so his vehicle doesn't get soaked from the melting snow.


Jack Malinowski 13.02.2014 19:52

Unfortunately the confederacy is now in Canada; better change the cool flag so that we look good for the King as the Fukushima President continues to block the weather channel.


Tamara Wagner 13.02.2014 19:33

That is not epic. That is a typical winter day in Fargo, ND here. In that we go to school, work, play, etc. LOL


Iain Ballantyne 13.02.2014 19:14

You call this Obamacare, where are all the umbrellas? I haven't even read the story and I already blame Israel. Bah.....

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