Thursday, August 25, 2011


So who's freaking out about Hurricane Irene coming up the coast? From my position it could potentially be a problem but it'll be reduced as it'll have to travel up the coast to get to us. Still, this could be the worst storm NY has seen in decades.

Here’s the problem with living in NY, on an island, during a hurricane. Evacuation would be a clusterfuck of death. Clusterfuck. Of death. There’s one way off this island and that’s, over a bridge, right through the city. Wanna wager a guess at the odds of a smooth evacuation of MILLIONS of people rushing frantically to get out of the city? Yeeeeaaaahhhh. I’m going with it’d be safer to bunker down in my apartment and wait out the weather.

Though, I’d rather not be alone if the world is ending.

World ending? So far this week we’ve had an earthquake, a very suspicious sonic boom, and now a hurricane. Maybe it’s all coincidence, but I DON’T BELIEVE IN COINCIDENCE!!!! Ok, that’s an outright lie, I totally believe in coincidence, which this most likely is. But if it starts raining toads or flocks of birds start smashing into my windows, I’m gonna be peeved.  Because let's face it, if it IS the apocalpse, there's absolutely nothing to be done for it.

I’ll probably go out this weekend and buy extra cat food for my lovey, and supplies to make dinner for Friend and the wife this weekend but that’s about all I can bring myself to do. OH! And stock up on natural disaster movies! What better way to stave off worrying about dying from a massive natural disaster than to watch other people freaking out about dying from massive natural disasters?!? Hush. My logic is flawless.


  1. glad your ok I was worried about you! don't forget the bread and milk apparently during any natural diaster or apocalypse if you have bread and eggs, you're totally set. lool

  2. ::laughs:: I never understood the milk and eggs things. They'd be the first things to go bad with no electricity! Haahaha. I was fine though. It wasn't nearly so bad as I was expecting it to be.

  3. Flawless indeed. But if you are preparing for the End, as we know it, please run over to tay, hobbit for some lovin'. There is some over der' for you.