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Craigslist Ads Gouge Storm Victims: $700/Night Outrage!

 
Laura Bow

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Until someone takes a gun and MAKES people pay $700, or gets a gun and MAKES people share their dwelling for free, there is nothing wrong with it. You may not like it, but that is a different subject. It's called freedom. Most people can't handle it.
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+1

They are doing people a FAVOR. They don't have to offer those rooms for rent at all.

People who choose to live on the edge of an ocean have to expect that life is going to suck sometimes.
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This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


We don't always choose where we live.

One could say the same about people in tornado alley, or Californians in earthquake areas, or people on the flood plains.

Some people just grew up there, have jobs there, have family there, inherited a home there, etc. etc.

Everybody lives somewhere.
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Everybody may live somewhere, but just like Californians expect that at some point there's going to be an earthquake, people in this area would have to expect that due to circumstances, things may happen there as well.
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Until someone takes a gun and MAKES people pay $700, or gets a gun and MAKES people share their dwelling for free, there is nothing wrong with it. You may not like it, but that is a different subject. It's called freedom. Most people can't handle it.
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+1

They are doing people a FAVOR. They don't have to offer those rooms for rent at all.

People who choose to live on the edge of an ocean have to expect that life is going to suck sometimes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24700919


This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It's like with Katrina... anyone who's stupid enough to live BELOW sea-level, on the beach, is asking for natural punishment.

It's natural selection on a large scale.
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in Williston, ND it's similar. Apartments that were $500 a month are suddenly $2000 due to the oil madness and lack of housing. I don't blame them, I'd raise my rent to meet supply and demand, but would also upgrade the apartments in the process to make their stay as wonderful as possible. We're talking swimming pools, new carpeting, anything I could cram in the fuckers with the space I had.

EVERYBODY does it. People selling kindle paperwhites on ebay for whatever the free market will pay.. hey that's life man. Accept it.

I remember running though Shopko to get one of the few playstation 2's they had available on launch day. People did not like that I got one since I was not in the front of the line, but they did not stop people, they just opened the doors and all hell broke loose. I could have sold that $400 or whatever it cost system on ebay for $1000. I was dumb not too, I hardly used it.
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+1

They are doing people a FAVOR. They don't have to offer those rooms for rent at all.

People who choose to live on the edge of an ocean have to expect that life is going to suck sometimes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24700919


This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


We don't always choose where we live.

One could say the same about people in tornado alley, or Californians in earthquake areas, or people on the flood plains.

Some people just grew up there, have jobs there, have family there, inherited a home there, etc. etc.

Everybody lives somewhere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27443909


Everybody may live somewhere, but just like Californians expect that at some point there's going to be an earthquake, people in this area would have to expect that due to circumstances, things may happen there as well.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Things can happen anywhere. Anywhere in the US, there is some risk of something. Anywhere in the world, for that matter.

In the past, I've had to live in some unsafe, crime ridden areas, due to work and lack of funds.

It's just not always possible to move.
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Until someone takes a gun and MAKES people pay $700, or gets a gun and MAKES people share their dwelling for free, there is nothing wrong with it. You may not like it, but that is a different subject. It's called freedom. Most people can't handle it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26578366


+1

They are doing people a FAVOR. They don't have to offer those rooms for rent at all.

People who choose to live on the edge of an ocean have to expect that life is going to suck sometimes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24700919


This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It's like with Katrina... anyone who's stupid enough to live BELOW sea-level, on the beach, is asking for natural punishment.

It's natural selection on a large scale.
 Quoting: Babylon's Rebel

another good point. In my mind it would be worth the risk though, but life is expensive.. basically the rich have cornered the market on all the good property and driven the prices to stupid levels anyways. That's more a fractional reserve, easy credit thing there that allowed the rich to get so rich and price the good shit out of the hands of the peons. :) Oh well, I have accepted it. :)
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This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


We don't always choose where we live.

One could say the same about people in tornado alley, or Californians in earthquake areas, or people on the flood plains.

Some people just grew up there, have jobs there, have family there, inherited a home there, etc. etc.

Everybody lives somewhere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27443909


Everybody may live somewhere, but just like Californians expect that at some point there's going to be an earthquake, people in this area would have to expect that due to circumstances, things may happen there as well.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Things can happen anywhere. Anywhere in the US, there is some risk of something. Anywhere in the world, for that matter.

In the past, I've had to live in some unsafe, crime ridden areas, due to work and lack of funds.

It's just not always possible to move.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27443909


Well of course something can happen anywhere, look at the earthquake that happened in Virginia last year...completely unexpected. However, some locations carry more risk than others. Someone living right next to a river or stream has to understand that they have a greater risk of flooding than someone that would live in the desert.
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Afte Yellowstone blows, and most of N America is toast (at least), some folks in Australia may say, "well, why were they living withing 3,000 miles of that thing?"

"They should have known better".

You can take this thinking to any extreme you want.
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You are never, ever , ever going to do away with greed and
cruelty in totality, no matter what economic or political
system you have.
However, we can preserve the Freedom
to produce better choices and more humane people.
What if we took all of our resources and focused them
on figuring out how to make Freedom work.
Capitalism in its present form is obviously not Freedom friendly.
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We don't always choose where we live.

One could say the same about people in tornado alley, or Californians in earthquake areas, or people on the flood plains.

Some people just grew up there, have jobs there, have family there, inherited a home there, etc. etc.

Everybody lives somewhere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27443909


Everybody may live somewhere, but just like Californians expect that at some point there's going to be an earthquake, people in this area would have to expect that due to circumstances, things may happen there as well.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Things can happen anywhere. Anywhere in the US, there is some risk of something. Anywhere in the world, for that matter.

In the past, I've had to live in some unsafe, crime ridden areas, due to work and lack of funds.

It's just not always possible to move.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27443909


Well of course something can happen anywhere, look at the earthquake that happened in Virginia last year...completely unexpected. However, some locations carry more risk than others. Someone living right next to a river or stream has to understand that they have a greater risk of flooding than someone that would live in the desert.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


I live where it regularly drops below zero in the winter. That is dangerously cold if one is stuck in the wrong place, though nowhere near the danger of living along a coast. Some day a tsunami will be generated either from an meteor impact or an earthquake that will match or exceed what happened in Japan. It's only a matter of time and will probably happen far sooner than anyone imagines. Such a tsunami could easily cover the entire southern chunk of Florida, and all the coastal cities. The death toll would be staggering.

Hopefully we develop the ability to blast them into pieces before such an impact would occur.
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You are never, ever , ever going to do away with greed and
cruelty in totality, no matter what economic or political
system you have.
However, we can preserve the Freedom
to produce better choices and more humane people.
What if we took all of our resources and focused them
on figuring out how to make Freedom work.
Capitalism in its present form is obviously not Freedom friendly.
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I don't think freedom is what you think it is.
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Those prices are NORMAL for some areas.
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A night? Where do you live? The Taj Mahal?
"Arrows of hate have been shot at me too, but they never hit me, because somehow they belonged to another world, with which I have no connection whatsoever." - Albert Einstein
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I could see making money during a disaster, but I simply couldn't rape (figuratively) people, unless they were like super rich and wouldn't affect them.

Just not in my DNA.
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This is nothing more than pure greed.

I would book the place then stop payment to teach them a lesson.
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And that is the definition of capitalism.
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People dislodged by Superstorm Sandy in New York state saw some dandy deals on Craigslist—like a 1-bedroom apartment for a "mere" $700 a night, the New York Post reports. "Escape the hurricane in a luxury 1-BR with full power and Internet," the ad read. "Stay in style and comfort until the power comes back on." If that seemed high, area hotels were renting rooms for $500 or $600 a night.

[link to www.newser.com]
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Alternative is to have the non-preppers sleep in street, FEMA shelters, or what?... $700 sounds reasonable to let strange people in your home
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People dislodged by Superstorm Sandy in New York state saw some dandy deals on Craigslist—like a 1-bedroom apartment for a "mere" $700 a night, the New York Post reports. "Escape the hurricane in a luxury 1-BR with full power and Internet," the ad read. "Stay in style and comfort until the power comes back on." If that seemed high, area hotels were renting rooms for $500 or $600 a night.

[link to www.newser.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral

Alternative is to have the non-preppers sleep in street, FEMA shelters, or what?... $700 sounds reasonable to let strange people in your home
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Another point, those who rely on gold/silver to have value during catastrophe may well consider inflation in times of dire need.
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that's sad,but typical for new yorkers. the city deserves much worse
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After reading this story which btw I find deplorable, not because they are charging the outrageous fee they are charging, but because they shouldn’t morally. If I was an owner of a motel or a hotel near this situation, I would have advertised rooms for a reduced rate or even free in some cases with children. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not because I feel they should be given a free ride, but instead of gauging these people the owners of these business have missed out on capitalizing on National Free publicity do to their kindness instead of their GREED!!! If they would have taken the opposite approach to this situation they would get far more business in the future than what they will make in this short time they are gauging.

My Opinion of course.
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After reading this story which btw I find deplorable, not because they are charging the outrageous fee they are charging, but because they shouldn’t morally. If I was an owner of a motel or a hotel near this situation, I would have advertised rooms for a reduced rate or even free in some cases with children. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not because I feel they should be given a free ride, but instead of gauging these people the owners of these business have missed out on capitalizing on National Free publicity do to their kindness instead of their GREED!!! If they would have taken the opposite approach to this situation they would get far more business in the future than what they will make in this short time they are gauging.

My Opinion of course.
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You sound like a good person. I wonder how you view Obama's handling of Sandy versus Bush's handling of Katrina?
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Well let's consider if they charged what we could agree upon as "reasonable" (something the majority could afford). The renter would have a nightmare on their hands because there would be HOARDS of people with the ability to rent; it would be chaos. A thousand people showing up at your door with a hundred bucks pleading GIVE ME.

You charge more because there is LESS supply and considerably MORE demand. It's the only way you could sell something in that environment. The renter may profit from the situation; however, the person renting the room is also winning considering they have a place to stay, etc.

Does that sound harsh? Yes. But the alternative would be for the masses all fighting over a single room because they have a few nickles to their name.

"Oh but that's why the government / an unbiased objective beneficent arbiter of hand outs should be in control." Really? I'd rather roll the dice that I could be the guy with 700 bucks. That seems more reasonable than praying to God the government gives me the hand out.
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I'll bet a guy with verifiable proof he has a clean comfortable apartment with power has been able to pick up plenty of bridge and tunnel chicks lately.
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Also, what fucking whiners! I've paid $950 a night for a hotel suite that sounds not quite as large as the $700 per night apartment OP complains of, and in a NON-disaster situation in Dallas, TX, NOT NYC. Mansion on Turtle Creek, check it out. And I negotiated them down from the $1,200 a night they wanted.

for a decent place in Manhattan that sounds reasonable even if there weren't a disaster.
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After reading this story which btw I find deplorable, not because they are charging the outrageous fee they are charging, but because they shouldn’t morally. If I was an owner of a motel or a hotel near this situation, I would have advertised rooms for a reduced rate or even free in some cases with children. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not because I feel they should be given a free ride, but instead of gauging these people the owners of these business have missed out on capitalizing on National Free publicity do to their kindness instead of their GREED!!! If they would have taken the opposite approach to this situation they would get far more business in the future than what they will make in this short time they are gauging.

My Opinion of course.
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You sound like a good person. I wonder how you view Obama's handling of Sandy versus Bush's handling of Katrina?
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I feel both of them have done a terrible disservice to this country and should hang their heads in shame at the pain and agony they have caused many millions of people throughout the world. To know you are killing innocent people throughout the world without a care in the world is not about politics, it’s about pure evil intent. These times we live in have nothing to do with religion, politics, or money, it is caused by evil men & women; doing evil deeds. It is evil people vs good people, and before you bashers start screaming religion, I am an atheist.so good luck with that.
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After reading this story which btw I find deplorable, not because they are charging the outrageous fee they are charging, but because they shouldn’t morally. If I was an owner of a motel or a hotel near this situation, I would have advertised rooms for a reduced rate or even free in some cases with children. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not because I feel they should be given a free ride, but instead of gauging these people the owners of these business have missed out on capitalizing on National Free publicity do to their kindness instead of their GREED!!! If they would have taken the opposite approach to this situation they would get far more business in the future than what they will make in this short time they are gauging.

My Opinion of course.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11817846


You sound like a good person. I wonder how you view Obama's handling of Sandy versus Bush's handling of Katrina?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25657592


I feel both of them have done a terrible disservice to this country and should hang their heads in shame at the pain and agony they have caused many millions of people throughout the world. To know you are killing innocent people throughout the world without a care in the world is not about politics, it’s about pure evil intent. These times we live in have nothing to do with religion, politics, or money, it is caused by evil men & women; doing evil deeds. It is evil people vs good people, and before you bashers start screaming religion, I am an atheist.so good luck with that.
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Interesting...an "atheist" appealing to a moral conscience where none should exist. Strong survive then?
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Some good news.

[link to www.pressofatlanticcity.com]




Two of the hotels, the Blue Palms and the StarLux Hotel, owned by the Morey organization, which also runs amusement parks here, are not worried about being paid. Hotel manager Gordon Clark said 80 percent of those staying at the Blue Palms will not qualify to be covered by FEMA assistance.
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After reading this story which btw I find deplorable, not because they are charging the outrageous fee they are charging, but because they shouldn’t morally. If I was an owner of a motel or a hotel near this situation, I would have advertised rooms for a reduced rate or even free in some cases with children. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not because I feel they should be given a free ride, but instead of gauging these people the owners of these business have missed out on capitalizing on National Free publicity do to their kindness instead of their GREED!!! If they would have taken the opposite approach to this situation they would get far more business in the future than what they will make in this short time they are gauging.

My Opinion of course.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11817846


You sound like a good person. I wonder how you view Obama's handling of Sandy versus Bush's handling of Katrina?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25657592


I feel both of them have done a terrible disservice to this country and should hang their heads in shame at the pain and agony they have caused many millions of people throughout the world. To know you are killing innocent people throughout the world without a care in the world is not about politics, it’s about pure evil intent. These times we live in have nothing to do with religion, politics, or money, it is caused by evil men & women; doing evil deeds. It is evil people vs good people, and before you bashers start screaming religion, I am an atheist.so good luck with that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11817846


Interesting...an "atheist" appealing to a moral conscience where none should exist. Strong survive then?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25657592


Just because I do not believe in an invisible man in the sky who gives us hopes and comfort, does not mean there is such a thing as being human…and do not tell me that the innate nature of humans is to be cruel to one another; as this is simply away for those who are truly evil to somehow feel better about themselves.

You are either a good person or an evil one which one you choose is on you and yes you will live with your decisions in whatever fashion it comes in.

Survival of the fittest only works in the wild..not within society, because if you think those that are in charge and are making the decisions for all of us are the fittest to do so; you are sadly mistaken.
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Until someone takes a gun and MAKES people pay $700, or gets a gun and MAKES people share their dwelling for free, there is nothing wrong with it. You may not like it, but that is a different subject. It's called freedom. Most people can't handle it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26578366


+1

They are doing people a FAVOR. They don't have to offer those rooms for rent at all.

People who choose to live on the edge of an ocean have to expect that life is going to suck sometimes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24700919


This. Why can't more people understand that?! It boggles my mind.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


It's like with Katrina... anyone who's stupid enough to live BELOW sea-level, on the beach, is asking for natural punishment.

It's natural selection on a large scale.
 Quoting: Babylon's Rebel



this, they are the idiots that decided to stay, wether born or raised...they have half of a lifetime to make a decision to move...

I grew up in arkansas, moved to florida, and moved to st louis...

arkansas, no jobs, time to move..
florida, to many rednecks and flat and to much darn hot sunshine...
Moved to st louis, perfect, until the new madrid goes off...

but i decided to move away from family and build my own life, wherever i decided..Not where others/parents/family/friends thought i should live..

this is a big ass country...I know I have been to 46 states...Why choose to live in one corner the rest of your life...Make absoutly no sense...

get off your ass, grow a pair, start from nothing, take your family and get them out of harms way, very simple
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anything gos..huh? friggen gougers..
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AAAAAANNNNNNDDDDDD you know for sure these aren't their regular rates?
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just move in and don't pay its not like the cops are going to show up to deal with petty landlord tenant issues anytime soon )
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While it doesn't surprise me that people are taking advantage of this and trying to screw people, it's so sad.

If I lived in the area and had an apartment, of even an extra room, I would GLADLY help a family out - FREE, esp if they have kids. I have 3 boys and would be devastated if we lost everything.
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That is your choice. It's called freedom, something we are having less of every day.
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These type of situations bring out the best

or the worst

in people.


Saints become more saintly.

Monsters become more ugly.

News