Editor Daniel Hubbard and Eric Goodman email@example.com
12:36 pm on Thursday, November 8, 2012
Wow Jimbo, you have as much sympathy as a dead rat! I don't see you offering here for people without power for 11 days to come to your house for a hot meal, hot shower or to do some laundry. Before you spew your venom here and accuse others of "whining" think about how you'd feel if you were in our situation. You sound like a nasty self-serving creep!
12:33 pm on Thursday, November 8, 2012
Intelligence at it's finest. Spoken from another me, me, me, me, me of Morristown.
12:30 pm on Thursday, November 8, 2012
I've also done the same. Our mayor is WORTHLESS, he would not even come out and speak to me when I went there in person, was "allegedly" on a conference call with Don Lynch. I have left a very heated message asking for a full explanation as to why JCP&L was able to fix 3 poles and get Washington St area up and running in a day after Cipplini's garbage truck took out the poles. They have done nothing on James street, the debris is exactly as it was the night of the storm. I had to call the police, yet again to get them to come out last night in the storm to put up more cones so people wouldn't drive blindly into the wreck. I can bet we are completely last on their list because the James St. bridge is closed. Why do they need to rush to open the street, nobody can get thru anyway. This is completely unacceptable, we are being held hostage in what is supposedly a free country. I have lost all faith in government and our country. I will not be paying jcp&l a cent more than $1.00, I don't care what they threaten me with. The residents of this state that have been so grossly neglected by JCP&L need to simply not pay them. We need to speak with our wallets this time and not allow them to bully us. There needs to be picketing in Trenton at the governor's office to get him to throw JCP&L the heck out of this state. Sad thing is once this is over people will go back to their lives and forget about it until the next time and you know there will be a next time!
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