23' in Belmar?

Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by AndrewIfallalot, Oct 24, 2014.

  1. bagus

    bagus Well-Known Member

    Jul 13, 2014
    he is a smart dude - very knowledgable
  2. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    ok now I understand why are u retarded,i guess u didn't learn to read in kindergarten,thats cool.

    all I said was it wasn't the worst,wasnt that bad.iv been in places when huge storms hit.i guess ur one of those kool aid conspiracy drinking retards that think that sandy was some orchestrated harp weather manipulation that did this,that mother nature wasn't capable of producing a cat 1 that morphed into a big storm when it merged with a nor easter because the high pressure at sea wasn't letting it escape to open ocean.watch the weather channel sometime,u might learn something.watching news 12 dual Doppler doesn't make u a genius in terms of storms.i believe ur basement was flooded,but bullshyt if ur attic got flooded,unless u live on ocean ave in a low lying area like montoloking but I don't believe that,oh yea ur from brick right?i have lots of friends down there,it wasn't bad at all past the bridge.they didn't even have a 9day blackout so I had it much worse than u eve.once u get older and u been around long enough to remember storms youll see sandy wasn't so bad

  3. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
  4. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
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    this is where the waves were pummeling
  5. worsey

    worsey Well-Known Member

    Oct 13, 2013
    within the context of destructive capability of waves offshores do indeed retard....
  6. Hawky

    Hawky Well-Known Member

    May 9, 2014
    i would say that wave is about knee high.
  7. sbx

    sbx Well-Known Member

    Mar 21, 2010
    Is your point that Sandy wasn't that bad because it could have been worse? Of course that's true, it can always be worse. But we have to have a standard to judge storms by, and by most standards (including size of storm surge) it was the worst hurricane on record here. It's cool that it wasn't that bad for you, but the bungalow I lived in (9ft. above sea level) had 5 feet of water through it, and I lost just about everything I owned (pro-tip: don't think electronics on top of your refrigerator are safe, it will tip over). That house is still sitting there vacant. And you 9 day blackout sounds totally cool, some people here still didn't have power in February.
  8. titsandpits

    titsandpits Well-Known Member

    Sep 4, 2012
    You are a fu9king idiot just like your grammer and punctuation
  9. nynj

    nynj Well-Known Member

    Jul 27, 2012
    first dipsh!t I'm not from Brick. I live in West Long Branch. But my family is In Long Island.
    And yes we had 8' in the house.
    I didn't say it was the strongest storm. Just that the damage was awful.
    I'm pretty sure I'm older than you also.

    And again, I'm glad Sandy was "cool" for you.
  10. stinkbug

    stinkbug Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2010
    Agreed. This kid is either 10 years old or retarded
    Cepriano please stop talking about something you obviously know nothing about. Sandys damage was massive. Yes the winds were not severe as a Cat 4 or 5 but the storm surge was unprecedented in NY/NJ, at least compared to anything in the last 120 years. The fetch of wind and water pushed directly into the NY Bight can't compare to any hurricane, including Katrina. Meteorogically speaking the storm was a complete freak show, a super storm. It also hit a full moon extreme tide which made things even worse. It was not media hype or conspiracy. It was one bad ass storm.
  11. stinkbug

    stinkbug Well-Known Member

    Dec 21, 2010
    I lost power for 12 days dip****. Where were you while me and my friends we helped people tear down dry wall that was damaged up to the ceiling. Thousands of people lost everything they had and many towns still aren't recognizable 2 years later.
  12. JawnDoeski

    JawnDoeski Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2014
    That's a solid gem in the Malibusquan Inlet!
    Dudes everybody's getting all tense in here!Go to the bar..have some drinks..make out with a fat chick...life get's better
  13. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    lol I love the arguments please keep them coming.

    for the 12th time lol,I said it wasn't the worst hurricane.yes it was the worst hurricane WE had in the northeast but wasn't the worst on record.im sure I lost a helluva lot more than u people with how close I am to the water.i live near the bay,a 2 minute walk.certain streets in my town weren't affected at all,but my street was washed through,telephone poles were floating down my street.

    if u retards knew anything about hurricanes,u would know we cant have any kind of hurricane and expect no damage.I have like 300 pictures from sandy,not on my computer but on various cams.my town was one of the worst hit in the entire area,chris cristie was down here,i think Obama came down too but I didn't see him.there wasn't no 9 ft of water,i worked in long branch off chealsea ave during sandy,i was out of work for 4 weeks,i know ocean ave looked like sand dunes.but it wasn't the worst.

    do u retards know why the storm surge was so high?ding ding ding full phukin moon idiots.the bays took way more damage than the oceans did.its funny when u people act like I don't know what im talking about that I didn't ignore the mandatory evacuation for my town.they had to ax the neighbors roof 2 blocks over from me and rescue them from the 3rd floor.i seen my street go from dry to 6ft of water in under 10 minutes.i was using my ice t pitcher to scoop water out coming through my front door but couldn't keep up.it was scary after 9pm but it wasn't that bad.if the water didn't stop after that 6ft mark yes it would've been horrible,but it wasn't.some people who live right on the water took the full hit,but all im saying is comparing to storms like Katrina and the 1900s storms sandy wasn't really shyt
  14. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    yea fuktard my town as well.theres over 300 houses in my town that have been condemned.there still knocking down houses to this day in my town.im the only house on my block that hasn't been raised.i could upload my sandy pics and shyt on all of u that say I suffered no damage,but unlike some of u I don't play on the computer all day and have time to kill.

    and as far as helping people out don't get me started with that.i climbed down in crawl spaces from island beach to Manasquan to Keansburg helping out friends and family.crawling in 3ft of cold water ripping out insulation and carrying it 30 yards on my knees to the outside.i did 2 of my bosses houses in Manasquan just 1 block from the inlet.u needed a special pass just to cross the bridge so yea I had lots of fun.
  15. StuckontheGulf

    StuckontheGulf Well-Known Member

    Apr 23, 2012
  16. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    this is 2 blocks from my house,i had to crop the houses out so I don't see u people trying to find my home.yea he had no damage it was lots of fun
  17. The Incorrigible Steel Burrito VII

    The Incorrigible Steel Burrito VII Well-Known Member

    Oct 19, 2014
    I was living on the west coast when Irene happened, and I'm curious how the surf was? There are roads that are still being repaired and still visible damage in parts of NH and VT. Irene created 2x as many slides in the Adirondacks, doubling the backcountry skiing options!
  18. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
  19. The Incorrigible Steel Burrito VII

    The Incorrigible Steel Burrito VII Well-Known Member

    Oct 19, 2014
    What was the hurricane that wrecked Halifax Nova Scotia in 2003-5 era? Any surf pics from that around?
  20. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    sandy was the best thing that happened to the surf since the 60s in nj.this was a jetty that was buried by the acoe in the 60s.it was free til june when they buried it again. a1112.jpg

    sandy washed so much sand out to sea it was beautiful