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  1. Sailor for Sandy
    February 26, 2013

    Whats good for the goose isnt good for the gander what a complete scam ………………………………

  2. Kim E
    February 27, 2013

    Please join us in NJ, we are fighting Fema's new maps. We are a growing grassroots group. Join us at StopFemaNow.com or like us on facebook

  3. R. Rassendyll
    February 28, 2013

    A simple fact: Where I live — on the west side of Greenwich Street, just where Duane Street ends — there was no flooding. Period. Not during the hurricane of 2011. Not during Super Storm Sandy. I am told by building maintenance, not even the basement got wet. We lost power for a few days — ConEd's little booboo, quickly fixed. We still don't have PSTN restored — Verizon's gross and culpable negligence (at least; possibly aided by some deliberate neglect? sabotage?…). Boss Bloomberg and his cronies, and apparently the wonks at FEMA, have apparently not actually surveyed the ground. This is poor judgment, or, as the immortal German philosopher, Kant, would say, blosse Dummheit.

  4. Jackie
    August 30, 2013

    Flood is one in every of the dreadful disaster as they destroyed everything and conjointly spoils all food stuffs, the most issues return simply once the flood is over several dreadful diseases and viruses unfold everywhere, after you have insure your house with full insurance policies then that helps particle your unhealthy time. Thus insurance is that the most vital things of the life. Typically it happens that underwriter trick with the policy then there in case some agencies or cluster of individuals acts because the claim management and take a look at to reclaim your claim, that has been rejected by underwriter.

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