Hi, Lobot. New York is like my second hometown. I grew up in Jersey and did my high school there, but worked for Kurst S. Adler's Santa's World in New York for a few years thus I went to The City 5 days a week; my aunt and cousin still work for the same company for 50 years. New Jersey and New York, I have them in my heart. When Sandy the superstorm you mentioned, hit the area I watched in horror what it did to both States. Sad it was for me to see how Jersey's shoreline (Seaside Heights) was pretty much destroyed, a place for which I have so many happy memories. I completely understand the hard times you folks went through. That storm was very destructive, as it was hurricane Andrew in '92 for us here in Miami. And as with every tragic situation there are people that will try to make a quick buck out of it, say gas station jacking up prices. For instance, for us down here during Andrew, there were people with generators that would make ice and charge others $5.00 for a cube. There were people stealing shoes and whatever they could take from stores that were destroyed. I ventured outside and filmed it all. A few blocks from where I now live there were U-Haul trucks turned upside down and at the Homestead Air Base, planes were pretty much tossed around like a deck of cards. I saw the Superstorm you mentioned and I was re-living those hard times and feeling the suffering of you folks up there. But, despite the negative side of it I mentioned, there were others that came out and help their neighbors. We were there doing this, with trees and debris getting it out of the way. It's beautiful to see people come together as a community, and show the goodness in our hearts. It's easier to sit down and do nothing. Requires an effort to stand up and help your neighbor, and it shows you care for others. I commend you for your effort working with the cleanup crews, and distributing MRE packs. That's how we all should be, without distinctions. Help anyone, even those you may not like so much, because it enriches your soul and makes you grow as a human being. Sad to say, but these days it takes a tragic moment to get the good out of some people. If everyone would practice kindness daily, without discriminating influences, this would be a much better world. But again, thank you for taking the time and helping in the recovery effort for your town. That's admirable.