Should be back Sunday, assuming roads are passable. Light blogging (restricted to inputting from my iPhone) until then.
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You must have gone to PA:
So are you working yourself all up in a tizzy over the coming Frankenstorm? This is a big deal for you, right? I know you love natural disasters and fancy yourself a weather man!! A weather person? And this is a weather person’s wet dream!! Am I right?
Are you going to live blog it? Strap yourself to a tree and give us live updates? I hope so!!
Any tips on how to get through it? I think I am all set. I bought batteries – for the flashlight you pervert. I have an A.M radio. Plenty of water and canned food. E-Z glide and Penthouse. What else could I need?
Should I pack a go bag? Why? Where is there to go?
If your basement floods, do you just use real estate speak and call it an indoor pool?
Did you spend the weekend in the Pocono’s with some two bit floozy? In a room with the champagne glass hot tub?
She ruv you rong time?
Good luck to all you east coasters, sounds like you are going to need it.
Eh – that’s what canoes are for.
What are you scared about? Old Uncle Walt can make you feel safe and secure. We don’t care if you write gibberish, as long as you have large breasts. You do have large breasts, right?
So let’s snuggle, and spoon, and do all the other stuff chicks make us men do, to seem like we have a feminine side, before we bang your brains out. What say you?
I will meet you at Whole Foods tomorrow. 7:00 AM. Aisle Three. I will be holding peanut butter, a cucumber, and a cumquat. Whisper your dirty fantasies in my ear, and I will make them all come true.
Assuming you have large fun bags.
Thanks, Walt. The storm seems a bit less scary by comparison now.
I’m also far less scared because I now realize that it’s just the shore people who will be hit by the flooding. I’m on a river far inland and the rain is supposed to be far less a threat than the winds and Sound surge. I think I’ll mostly be affected by volunteering at the local gym/shelter instead of going to work, which is already announced to be closed. You see so much good in people at times like this.
By that, I mean you get to watch the red Cross Volunteers and Habitat volunteers in action, along with people who are not really affiliated with them, but just show up to ask if there’s something that needs to be done. These sucky situations give good displays of nature’s strength and people’s goodness.
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