Okay, I think this one trumps JetBlue’s airport terminal in terms of surreal-ness. Just your average shark swimming down a New York City road. No big deal.
Tweeted this morning by @AnthonyShaw_ - link.
EDIT: DAMMIT, I JUST DISCOVERED THIS PHOTO IS FAKE. PEOPLE ARE STUPID.
FUCK!! I’m scared of sharks :(((
Well, it is a fake photo. The shark was never there.
(from In Focus) Last night, Hurricane Sandy — the largest Atlantic tropical system on record — made landfall just south of Atlantic City, New Jersey, bringing winds up to 90 mph (150 kph), and pushing a massive storm surge onto beaches and shorelines. At least 12 deaths have been reported in the United States. These fatalities, when added to the previous toll in the Caribbean, leave Sandy responsible for more taking more than 80 lives to date. Millions across the Eastern Seaboard are now without power, and even more are struggling with rising floodwater. Sandy continues northward, now downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone, and those affected are now assessing the damage.
and some others from the epic night of natural disaster
Deserted, lonely, Timesquare.
I’m not sure if this photo is real but I’m saving it anyway.
THE ‘OTHER SIDE’ OF SANDY NOT SEEN ON TV OR IN NEWSPAPERS. Sandy also struck CUBA, HAITI AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Images that you will not see in the newspapers or on TV. There are now many more homeless people in Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic suffering from the ravages of hurricane Sandy passing through their respective nations, prior to the hurricane also pummeling the east coast of the United States. In solidarity with all people, in light of the loss of their homes and loved ones, we must also speak out for them. Pain and suffering does not care about borders and true compassion has no flag to wave. Our hearts are with all who are impacted by this international tragedy. Please become more informed and support the efforts of groups attempting to help lives everywhere, who know no borders. Image of Orlando Barria (EFE) in the La Barquita, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, October 26, 2012 (A.E.L.L.A.)
I genuinely didn’t know that it hit so far south. God DAMN, that’s a big storm.