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Old 08-28-2019, 12:18 PM
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So why post if we can't read?
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clear your cookies. If you use chrome, here is the link to your cookie page.

chrome://settings/siteData

under search cookies type nytimes and then select remove all.

You can then read one or two articles. There may be other ways to bypass using fb links.
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What do people in NY know about hurricanes?
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How much warning are you going to get for evacuation?

Makes landfall then........doesn't sound promising.

A worse place to take a hurricane than your house would have to be your car.

And then the link shut down because I looked at it too many times.

So here is one of ours that is pretty good.
https://getready.qld.gov.au/natural-disasters/cyclones/
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What do people in NY know about hurricanes?
Very little.

They kept on trying to claim the last tropical storm as a hurricane.
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What do people in NY know about hurricanes?
I'm on Long Island, where I live is actually 40 miles out in the Atlantic Ocean. Manhattan and Brooklyn take a beating in a bad storm. The first one I recall as a kid was Donna, maybe in 1960, biggest and baddest was the one in 1938.

In more recent years we had Gloria in 1985 which was very destructive, Irene in 2011 and Sandy in 2012, which was the worst one I witnessed.

Irene in 2011 doubled back, headed up the Hudson River and deep into upstate NY. Towns were almost wiped out with the amount of rain it dropped.

I watch the NOAA site every day from early June to after Halloween. Gloria was in late September, Irene late in August and Sandy in very late October, it did snow 3 days after it.
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I'm on Long Island, where I live is actually 40 miles out in the Atlantic Ocean. Manhattan and Brooklyn take a beating in a bad storm. The first one I recall as a kid was Donna, maybe in 1960, biggest and baddest was the one in 1938.

In more recent years we had Gloria in 1985 which was very destructive, Irene in 2011 and Sandy in 2012, which was the worst one I witnessed.

Irene in 2011 doubled back, headed up the Hudson River and deep into upstate NY. Towns were almost wiped out with the amount of rain it dropped.

I watch the NOAA site every day from early June to after Halloween. Gloria was in late September, Irene late in August and Sandy in very late October, it did snow 3 days after it.
Usually by the time they reach you, we have already taken the edge off them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ina_hurricanes

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The list of North Carolina hurricanes includes 413 known tropical or subtropical cyclones that have affected the U.S. state of North Carolina. Due to its location, many hurricanes have hit the state directly, and numerous hurricanes have passed near or through North Carolina in its history; the state is ranked fourth, after Florida, Texas, and Louisiana, in the number of cyclones that produced hurricane-force winds in a U.S. state
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What do people in NY know about hurricanes?
People read the NYT in other places.
Like Florida.
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People read the NYT in other places.
Like Florida.
What does that have to do with what I actually said?

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What do people in NY know about hurricanes?
The author isn't even in this country:

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Livia Albeck-Ripka is a reporter for The Times, currently based in Melbourne, Australia
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I'm a reporter with The New York Times, currently based in Melbourne, Australia. I have also written about the environment, climate change, immigration, mental health and religion for publications…
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