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2012_11_crifhurricane.jpgCalling himself a "doomsday prepper," Crif Dog Owner Brian Shebairo tells Grub Street that he's been preparing for something like Sandy since the blackout of 2003. Shebairo had three generators installed in the backyard that allowed the St. Marks restaurant to stay open and sell somewhere between 600-800 hot dogs on Tuesday night. His neighbors however are not thrilled with the noise from the generators. "They literally want to hang me," he says, "like I've ruined their life." [Grub Street]

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