Homes and businesses in the Lower East Side and East Village are still without power and under water. Residents began dumpster diving outside a Key Food supermarket Thursday, looking for whatever food they can take. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

Right, 48 hours without food drives people to desperation. What a load of crap!



  1. Dan says:

    High qaulity food gets dumped every day in a Supermarket.Bull shit meter should be flashing red.

  2. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    As Rush Limbaugh said, this is the moment for big Government liberalism to shine.

    NY is a liberal progressive blue state, believers in big Government.

    Now is the time for liberalism to show the world how its done…how Big Government is best to respond to society’s needs…

    What everyone knows, including Obama oddly enough, is that Big Government is in the way…Obama will relax regulations (= get Government out of the way) so relief can come to the needy.

    Had he done that back in Jan of 2009, the economy would be booming now.

    Government regulation stops productive activity….when parasite Government inspectors heap upon businesses fines to justify their jobs…they bankrupt small business, and teach big business to move to China…where oddly enough, they love business cause they love the jobs that come with them.

    • So what says:

      Whatever will you find to bitch about if Romney wins? You’re probably voting Obama just so you can continue to whine.

  3. john says:

    God help the pathetic Americans who simply cannot deal with a disaster. I was reading about a woman with two young kids driving around Manhattan in the hurricane looking for shelter? She get’s out of her car in the storm, and goes to a house for shelter. Nobody of course let’s her in. So she hangs on for dear life to a tree. Her kids get swept away and parish. Go figure. Now tell me why she did not stay in her vehicle? Have we lost all survival instincts?

  4. wow says:

    Reporting in from 13th st in the East Village. This last week was fucked up, but we weren’t foraging for food. If anything we were just annoyed because it was hard for us all to communicate which bar we’d be at.