No fear, SG, still here and relatively dry. Though for a moment I was deathly afraid when I saw the road vanish completely underwater and move closer and closer to my home. Huge pieces of the road are missing and debris still litters the roads. I only got internets and phone restored today. I’ve never seen anything like it before so close to home and I would really like to keep it that way from now on. Though I do count myself lucky knowing how bad things have turned out for so many others.
Girl……….ahhhhhh. Sorry about no power and the water. I was just bitching this morning about all the storm hype…but I’m glad you’re good. I suppose it’s like when we get 1/2 an inch of snow and it shuts down the city for two or three days….a Cat 1 storm, while dangerous with…falling trees, flooding, down power lines does not produce the “death and doom” that I think the media was “hoping and praying for” When Ivan, a Cat 5 came through Athens, 3 UGA students died because they decided to do some “white water” rafting in our local little river…for fun…at the height of the storm and they were sucked into an intake drain. That said..Weehaw…I wanted to share this video with you, it really reminded me of home….college students, alcohol and Irene. The commentator is trying to make the situation one of “danger and fear” and well, just keep your eye on the guy in the red shorts…I think he deserves a huge shout out for full frontal nudity on the Weather Channel…Thanks Virginia!
Don’t think anyone was laughing at the mention of death….to much other stuff to laugh about with that video…I know it’s making the internet rounds but for this guy to stand around outside in the bad weather and say…”people who are outside in this weather are setting a bad example” that’s pretty freakin’ funny.
It made my “mommy meter” go way off the chart!
You sort of want to say..”shut the F’ up” but Mr. Red Shorts did that in his own special way.