Although I know it makes little difference to people who were walloped by the storm in question, I'm getting tired of hearing the recent east coast hurricane referred to as "Superstorm Sandy." Call it what it is: a class 1 or 2 Hurricane . . . or a catastrophic hurricane event.
Calling this event something stupid like "Superstorm Sandy" is the equivalent of calling the San Francisco Earthquake, "Bigshudder Charlie" or the New Orleans flooding, "Giantwater Glenda."
It's like we don't even care about being accurate. But then what can we expect from people who no longer call our country "America" . . . only the "Homeland."