I'm On Fire wrote: They need to restore power so that the gas stations that don't have power but gas can start operating again. Next week I won't be able to go to work.
A six man crew from Decatur Utilities headed up there this week, but Derrick Moore, one of the Decatur workers, said they were told by crews in New Jersey that they can't do any work there since they're not union employees.
lsayre wrote:If some of the most popular generators are those that run on gasoline, why are all of the gas stations sitting there helpless and without electricity. They (better than anyone else) should be able to fuel generators 24/7, no?
coalnewbie wrote:All ye in NJ who are suffering this morning as FEMA is nowhere to be found (yawn) take note. I am renting planes to fly to Kabul where if even your light bulb goes out a private contractor from Haliburton will have it fixed by lunchtime. O will send you a private note apologizing for the fact that the bulb blew out in the first place. Just get over to Newark (it's not called liberty in my book), a better life awaits. They even let you kill our troops for sport.
ONEDOLLAR wrote:While I feel for the people affected by Sandy I have to wonder just how much of their suffering is from people not planning for this hurricane?
We have a stock of supplies at our house. Batteries, candles, firewood, coal, water, food and fuel to last at least 6 months. To me it is common sense. Perhaps that is the problem?
Flyer5 wrote:lsayre wrote:If some of the most popular generators are those that run on gasoline, why are all of the gas stations sitting there helpless and without electricity. They (better than anyone else) should be able to fuel generators 24/7, no?
Catch 22 they need gas to run the generator but they need the generator to get the gas?