81 People “Like” This On Facebook, So It Must Be Me: The Bergdorf Goodman Blogger’s Take on Sandy

Windows at Bergdrofs Boarded-Up In Preperation for Sandy

I guess I just don’t like the Bergdorf  Goodman blogger’s voice. Especially now–when some real  gravitas, empathy and information could be useful. Maybe actually Google a few helpful resources between  toasted marshmallows kids,  and post them…

From “After Hurriciane Sandy, Easy Tips On How to Help”. (Sounds more like an online mascara tutorial. than an appropriately serious  response by a NYC retail icon to an unprecedented area crisis. )–Opinion, Landlordrocknyc :

“As Hurricane Sandy made its way toward our fair city by the sea, we began to fear that the worst would unfold on Manhattan and her outer boroughs.  As New Yorkers are ought to do, we made the most of the worst by keeping in touch via social media, toasting marshmallows over candlelight and almost enjoying a slower pace of life.”–5 at 58th Bergdorf Goodman Blog

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http://blog.bergdorfgoodman.com/only-one-only-new-york/new-york-city-secrets/after-hurricane-sandy-easy-tips-on-how-to-help

Disaster Relief Resources via CBS New York:

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/top-lists/disaster-relief-information-resources/

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