Tag: Hurricane Sandy

The Measure of a Man is what He Does with Power —-Plato

Post Hurricane Sandy—living without power for eleven days, was challenging.  So here are my observations on living without electric power, water, or heat. When H.G. Wells wrote his famous novel, The Time Machine, he created the blood thirsty Morlocks who lived underground, coming out only in the dark, and the timid and gentle Eloi, who

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Sandy Refugee

This morning while in Horsham, PA, I was dipping a tea bag in a Styrofoam cup of semi-hot water.  I had slept in a bed that was not my own, taken a shower at the hospital the night before, then eaten a turkey sandwich from a 24 hour convenience store for dinner.  I had received

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