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Fast Food Restaurants Packed after Snow Storm

There are 28 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Mar 5, 2013, titled Fast Food Restaurants Packed after Snow Storm. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

After being slammed by the snow storm, many restaurants and businesses kept their doors closed but not all of them.

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huck

Charlottesville, VA

#21 Mar 7, 2013
Dude wrote:
<quoted text> played cribbage
good game, but I get too many 19s
Bologna Streets

Auburn, GA

#22 Mar 7, 2013
American's starving? good one
Bologna Streets

Auburn, GA

#23 Mar 7, 2013
ya think wrote:
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I live in the Earlysville, VA area and have been forced several times to do without electricity for a week (after the derecho last summer for example). It is certainly no picnic, because when you live in the country and have a well, no electricity also means no water. I am sure MOST people would consider it an emergency if they had to go a week without internet/cable, try a week without a shower or working toilet for "roughing it"!
there's 40 gallons of potable water in your water heater.
2014 Will Be A Surprise

Cumming, GA

#24 Mar 7, 2013
My momma taught me to always fill the tub with water in preparation of an emergency. And its always nice to have an excuse to use the grill in winter! Also, who would have a house without a fireplace?
cry cry cry

Charlottesville, VA

#25 Mar 7, 2013
ya think wrote:
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It appears from your post you are an ****... sorry if the truth hurts!:)
Nice name calling, but you could not carry my jockstrap...keep whining (cheese goes well with it) about it and by the time your finished the power will be back on. Don't forget to pay your power bill crybaby!!!!!!
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#26 Mar 7, 2013
Over the last few years I've noticed the price of generators have gone down somewhat. You can get a 5000wat for about $500 or even less. Biggest issue is making sure you keep good gas in it. I've seen many go by the wayside cause of lack of maintenance.
huck

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Mar 8, 2013
sez you wrote:
Over the last few years I've noticed the price of generators have gone down somewhat. You can get a 5000wat for about $500 or even less. Biggest issue is making sure you keep good gas in it. I've seen many go by the wayside cause of lack of maintenance.
I got this http://goo.gl/MTyyD last year for $295 shipped from maxtool. Store it with gas tank drained. Keep several gas containers filled and pour contents into my car every four months or so, then refill with fresh.
ya think

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Mar 8, 2013
cry cry cry wrote:
<quoted text>you could not carry my jockstrap...
I don't want to be anywhere near you or your jockstrap... even if you do HAVE electricity!

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