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Fri, Nov 30, midnight 2012
No electricity here. Cell service is spotty. One of those infamous northwest storms with 100 mile-per-hour winds and FEET of rain just hit. If you don't live in the Pacific Northwest, you probably didn't hear about it. Because it's the northwest, nobody cares about us. On the east coast, they would call this a "SUPERSTORM" and would have 24 hour coverage of the horrible disaster. HERE, we call this, Tuesday. We clean up and make the best of it. And nobody bothers to report on anything.