Ah that might be a clue right there. It was oringally a Windows box. Now that I think about it I did reformat those drives after the fact. (one by accident, one planned, I didn't want torrents running off ntfs under linux) They were ntfs at install time, I had originally planned to dual boot. That kinda went out the window when I accidentally formatted sda2 (I should probably nuke sda1 and recover the rest of that space, maybe even merge those partitions...)
They are both indeed reiserfs.
I looked at the mount man page and I am not sure if I need any of the reiserfs-specific options or not. I just need the drive mounted at boot and fully accessible to non-root users. It's mainly a data drive but I have some binaries that I run off it as well. So, if I changed the line for /cje to the following...
/dev/sda1: UUID="1650638850636D85" LABEL="HDA1" TYPE="ntfs"
/dev/sda2: UUID="46509984-c376-48e9-986b-0ea5e09291d0" TYPE="reiserfs"
/dev/sda3: UUID="2b7c48d4-2db4-4f78-9b53-684a2f0bd4f9" TYPE="ext3"
/dev/sda5: UUID="2d108b96-9367-4fe6-bc3a-f6f4f8c85d53" TYPE="swap"
/dev/sdb1: UUID="38aeb3bb-c7f4-4b93-8a19-33e390ea95a8" TYPE="reiserfs"
I'm pretty sure I should get what I want.
UUID=38aeb3bb-c7f4-4b93-8a19-33e390ea95a8 /cje reiserfs users,exec,rw 0 1
So maybe this isn't so much the result of the power outage as the tool I used (came with Ubuntu, GPartEd I think) to format the drive not updating fstab.