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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by OSD122 View Post
    Nah. It's just the Tacoma Aroma picked up by the Jet Stream.
    Have you ever smelled Manila from 12 miles out, in early May? YYUUUKKKK We sailed into the harbour at around noon hour. 98d F and 98% humidity YYUUMM YUUUMM.

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  • jonnyirons2
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    How about SMOG! I bet all the callers were not native Jersey people, they are desensitized to that odor. Glad I was not at work, nothing like chasing 10-33's all day!

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  • OSD122
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    Or maybe Manila from 12 miles out....
    Nah. It's just the Tacoma Aroma picked up by the Jet Stream.

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  • ThNozzleman
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    Glenn Beck show just had to switch from their Radio City HQ to their Disaster Recovery mode out of LA (with a pre-recorded show) since Radio City is being evacuated...
    Any way they can convince that idiot Beck to stay there and inhale deeply?

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by FlyingRon View Post
    It smells like Sao Paulo
    Or maybe Manila from 12 miles out....

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  • FlyingRon
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    It smells like Sao Paulo

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  • DaSharkie
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    Originally posted by adam18 View Post
    Wire reports saying no health threat. CONFIDENT that it is not dangerous
    Yeah, and the air at the World Trade Center was supposed to be OK too.


    Use your common sense and do not trust the government.

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  • adam18
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    wire reports

    Wire reports saying no health threat. CONFIDENT that it is not dangerous

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  • ChicagoFF
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    Originally posted by Dalmatian190 View Post
    Glenn Beck show just had to switch from their Radio City HQ to their Disaster Recovery mode out of LA (with a pre-recorded show) since Radio City is being evacuated...

    According to him the gas smell is ranging over much of lower manhattan from the Battery to Radio City....

    From NYC Channel 7:

    Mysterious gas odor in NYC and Jersey CityF station at W. 23rd St and 6th Ave evacuated, PATH train service suspended btn. 33rd Street and Journal Square and 33rd Street and Hoboken
    Eyewitness News
    (New York-WABC, January 8, 2007) - The odor of natural gas was reported across Midtown Manhattan, prompting hundreds of calls to emergency workers.

    Eyewitness News is told the smell was first reported in the vicinity of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.
    Hundreds of calls poured into city emergency officials. Apparently the calls are coming from Chelsea, Battery Park west, Madison Square Park, and there are also reports of the gas smell outside of our studio on 66th and Columbus.

    The smell was also reported in Downtown Jersey City.

    Con Edison officials said were investing the source of the leak.

    No injuries were immediately reported as a result of the leak. The office of emergency management was investigating.


    So either there's a huge utility emergency underway or someone is playing with mercaptan...
    NYC smells bad. That's news???

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  • Dalmatian190
    started a topic Breaking News: Major Gas Leak in Manhattan

    Breaking News: Major Gas Leak in Manhattan

    Glenn Beck show just had to switch from their Radio City HQ to their Disaster Recovery mode out of LA (with a pre-recorded show) since Radio City is being evacuated...

    According to him the gas smell is ranging over much of lower manhattan from the Battery to Radio City....

    From NYC Channel 7:

    Mysterious gas odor in NYC and Jersey CityF station at W. 23rd St and 6th Ave evacuated, PATH train service suspended btn. 33rd Street and Journal Square and 33rd Street and Hoboken
    Eyewitness News
    (New York-WABC, January 8, 2007) - The odor of natural gas was reported across Midtown Manhattan, prompting hundreds of calls to emergency workers.

    Eyewitness News is told the smell was first reported in the vicinity of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.
    Hundreds of calls poured into city emergency officials. Apparently the calls are coming from Chelsea, Battery Park west, Madison Square Park, and there are also reports of the gas smell outside of our studio on 66th and Columbus.

    The smell was also reported in Downtown Jersey City.

    Con Edison officials said were investing the source of the leak.

    No injuries were immediately reported as a result of the leak. The office of emergency management was investigating.


    So either there's a huge utility emergency underway or someone is playing with mercaptan...

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