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Sunnyside Digs Out after ‘Historic’ Storm

Jan. 27, 2015 Staff Report

The storm may not have lived up to the hype but Sunnyside was still left with plenty of snow.
Here is some of the aftermath.

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cat videos rule

in a sunnyside popularity poll i took today the word “weatherman” sank below the word “squirtz”.

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Silent majority

Lucky we have you who doesn’t make mistakes. Actually Long island got slammed. Which is only a short car ride away.

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joe daddy

IT’S WAS NICE TO SEE THIS AMOUNT OF SNOW AGAIN, BUT THERE WAS NO NEED FOR THE POLITICIANS TO TURN NYC INTO WIMBY CITY. WORDE THEY TOOK AWAY OUR 1ST AMENDMENT RIGHTS

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