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Thread: Hurricane Sandy

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    Hurricane Sandy

    SUVs aren't the most fuel efficient, but I wouldn't want anything else during a natural disaster!

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    I actual am acquainted with the guy in the first pic.
    The Runner was gassed up and ready to go in case of emergency,

    Fortunately, the area I was in didn't see such extreme flooding.

    Avdian (Avy, Avi, Av, Eddie are some nicknames)
    Tess - 97' 4Runner "Project Something Or Another"
    Natascha - 99' GTI 2.0 N/A Auto - SOLD!!
    Swordfish - 05' Camry 2.4 Auto

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    No real flooding by me, shore is devastated however. We have been without power from sat night till tonight (just came back on a few hours ago). Powers still out in many areas, many downed trees and lines. If you lived at the shore, either your house is flood or worse-its gone and swept out to sea.

    Many areas will not get power back for at least a week or more apparently as well.

    Basically, this makes Katrina look like a walk in the park. About 80% of NJ has been without power, 25-35% is flooded so bad nothings left or still underwater, and the entire state has downed trees everywhere.
    Marc<br />96&#39; T100 SR5 4x4<br /><br />Other rides:<br />00 Honda 416EX

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Glad you guys are doing well.

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    all i thought about re storm was "what will the cast of jersey shore do?"

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    ^ It is a horrible shame that they were not in their house in seaside when it happened. Being swept out to sea live on camera woulda been most excellent.
    Marc<br />96&#39; T100 SR5 4x4<br /><br />Other rides:<br />00 Honda 416EX

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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Avy, your body ended up with a nice shot on the news! I had a similar picture taken by Reuters three years ago when it flooded in Sacramento. It wasn't a high resolution shot like your buddy's though.

    I didn't even know about it until 4x4mike texted me and told me I made the news, haha.

    Anyways, glad you guys are doing okay out there. The extent of the damage is pretty incredible.

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    Bumping an old thread. Watching the footage on the flooding in Houston, my first thought was "you should have been driving a 4Runner!"

    The 4WD trucks didn't appear to make it any further up the bank than the Chrysler minivan. I see no 4Runners in the photo, so I assume all 4Runners made it over the river bank and home in time for dinner.

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