goosey wrote: ST7740 wrote:
I dont think the snow was that bad where lsac is.
2, buildings have generators that automaticall start when electricity goes out.
3, it wasnt an unprecedented storm.
4, yes they are developed..? what are u talking about.
5, are u a fob?
1. I was in New York and Snow was mad bad here. Like the morning of the snow u couldnt open ur door cause snow was like up the windows. Also u couldnt drive ur car unless U spent like 5 hours digging it out cuz all cars buried and all roads are full of snow exept where plow cleaned them which is only in main parts. Mayor Bloomberg said on the radio that this was worst snow in a DECADE, so sure, u can say "There was bad snow 10 years ago so its not unprecedented", but what I mean by unprecedented is recent times.
2. Buildings have generators sure but data can still get lost if all Power goin out and u got snow destroying power lines and electricity.
3. They are developed but nowhere near places like New York where Snow got clean up fast because all roads are paved and its all the city.
4. I dont know what a fob is, so I guess not!
BTW, no need to get mad at me cuz I'm telling the TRUTH.
lsac is not in ny. I live closer to nyc than lsac is and we had about 14" of snow less than nyc. snow didnt destroy "all power lines ad electricity"
I am pretty sure pennsylvanias got paved roads too
Yo sure they got paved roads but not as much snow trucks and stuff as NYC do to clean all that **** up. Also I know LSAC aint in NY,
I said many times that LSAC is in Penn and Penn always get worse snow that NY and I was listening to radio yesterday and they said that northern parts got it real bad with snow worst that the city.
But whatever, I'm just telling u the TRUTH. If u wanna live in fantasy land where the snow didnt happen, Penn is as developed as NYC and all the LSAT workers were able to get to work cause the snow was all make believe, then go ahead, I aint in yo way, this for people who can realize and recognize whats goin on. PERIOD.
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Yeah that sure sound like they aint got power problems!