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Sandy victims digging through trash now apparently by Dutch
November 2, 2012, 10:31 am
Filed under: Current Events

New York – The situation in New York City in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy is dire. Some have gone days without power, water or even food as the superstorm brought the nation’s busiest city to a standstill.

Just how bad is it? WNBC actually found New Yorkers dumpster diving behind a Key Food supermarket Thursday, searching for any remnants of food they could find.

WNBC reporter Jonathan Vigliotti said people are “so hungry they literally pried open this dumpster — you see that door open right now — and they are literally picking through for whatever they can take home with themselves.”

“We’ve seen everyone here from the elderly, to families with children, literally up on top of this,” he added.

We’ve officially hit rock bottom when dealing with victims of hurricane Sandy.  Regular people now looking for food in dumpsters.  Shit is getting to be apocalyptic at this point.  You think New Yorkers need a reason to go rogue?  To start rioting and eating people?  They don’t.  They’re New Yorkers.  Flama will give me shit for saying this, but New Yorkers get it done.  How else would you survive in the biggest cesspool in America?

P.S. Just to clarify, Bridgeport, CT is the worst cesspool in America.  New York City is just the largest.

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[…] means, is the devil was the sole sender of this hurricane, that has ravaged the east coast and forced people to start scrounging for food in dumpsters.  Literally, what other explanation is there?  How would a just God inflict so much damage yet […]

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