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This post was edited by PSU_USMC 21 months ago
It's drizzling a bit. My shoes got pretty wet when I went outside yesterday. Thats about it, power flickered once or twice last night, otherwise storm was way over hyped.
Jersey was hit hard, but it's just raining and windy.
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My god, man. Are.... are you all right?
I think i'm one of the lucky ones, but some hurricane relief funds for all the "devastation" might help. Cash only please mr. president.
I'm under the impression that the bottle shops are short on 40s, so I can send some of those your way.
I can confirm the bottle shop below my appt is out of 40's.
I can confirm I consumed a few 40's yesterday.
I heard that all the rain triggered a massive zombie attack through central PA. Run........RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hurricane 40s are not to be trifled with.
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I blame Paterno and the football culture for the impact this storm is having!
6 for 18 dollars is amazing
Biggest tragedy was Brewsky's running out of Hurricane 40s... A guy came into the creamery the other day to stock up on ice cream for the storm, asking, "If the creamery's closed tomorrow, what am I gonna do?!"
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"Brace for the Smooth Taste" Probably the best slogan ever invented!
I live in Toftrees and our power goes out for seemingly the most trivial reasons lots of times. We never lost it during Sandy though.
Not much impact at all. About 1,000 people lost power, but only for a few hours. Campus had little damage. Minor roof leaks, a sinkhole northeast of Forestry Building, some minor, minor flooding.
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