Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Earl, That Grumpy SOB
Earl is scheduled to take a turn north tonight, but if he doesn't make that hard right, even GA's in trouble. In the meantime, the coastal areas from SC on up had better be wary. So far only NC is supposed to get hurricane force winds.
What bothers me about this is that in our area, people are generally prepared. But the very high-density population areas further up the coast are probably not, and those people probably still aren't taking this seriously. If you get into the coastal areas, you may not be able to get out when you finally decide to do it.
PS: But Fiona wandered off into the Atlantic - lured off by some Chippendale dancers mustered for the occasion - and Gaston, who follows, has a French name. So you just have to get through Earl.
You can't honestly expect us to believe that you are more prepared than the "very high-density population areas further up the coast" are.
We need proof! And don't go dredging up old posts of yours like this one to make your point either.
It's not going to work!
How am I doing? Believable? I was really trying to nail the snark this time. I'm not confident that I pulled it off.
Someone's bonkers? Is it me? Is it the Fed? Either option seems unpleasant....
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