"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Sunday, January 23, 2005
A vehicle equipped with a snow plow passes a car covered in snow in Somerville, Massachusetts January 23, 2005. A powerful 'nor'easter' storm that earlier wrought havoc in the Midwest and mid-Atlantic states battered coastal New England with hurricane-force gusts of wind and dumped more than 2 feet of snow on some areas.
Look at all that snow! It must feel good to live in a Red state!
BOSTON (Reuters) - Large parts of the Northeastern United States lay buried under several feet of snow on Sunday by a blizzard that severely curbed road and air travel and cut power to thousands of customers. A powerful "nor'easter" storm that earlier wrought havoc in the U.S. Midwest and mid-Atlantic states battered coastal New England with strong wind gusts and dumped more than 2 feet of snow on some areas. The storm's impact could be felt across the Atlantic as dozens of flights at London's Heathrow airport were canceled to and from New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington. In all, U.S. carriers reported hundreds of flight cancellations.
Snow is removed from a sidewalk in Times Square as New York digs out of about a foot of snow, January 23, 2005. Wind and snow made travel difficult as many flights from the three New York airports were cancelled for a second day in a row.
Nature is "heck" (ha, I didn't curse!). Selah!
Deutsch â¢ EspaÃ±ol â¢ FranÃ§ais â¢ Italiano â¢ Portugese â¢ æ¥æ¬èª â¢ íêµ â¢ æ±è¯
Comment Policy: Comments posted here do not necessarily reflect the views of this site or the authors, and are the legal responsibility of the original commenter. Intelligent opinions welcome. Comment here.
By Darnell Clayton â¢ 4:54 PM â¢ Email Post â¢ â¢
Enter your email address below to subscribe.
View Blog Stats
Plus 10,667 hits before August 12, 2005
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.
Opinions expressed here do not reflect the views of anyone that I work with, for, or associate with in any manner.