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2012-10-28 08:30:31 PM

doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.


I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.
 
2012-10-28 08:31:08 PM

Silly Jesus: Mentalpatient87: doyner: NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

Or you could, just, you know, TURN YOUR FARKING PORCH LIGHT OFF.

Not hardly. We don't want to be antisocial seeing as we're new to the neighborhood. Much better to catch a break from mother nature.

You're treating Trick-or-Treaters like some major burden. You kinda already are antisocial.

Not being fond of teenagers driving around in cars and not even bothering to dress in a costume and demanding candy is anti-social?


That's why I have a bowl of good candy for the kids, and crap candy for the teenagers. Dispense accordingly.
 
2012-10-28 08:33:59 PM

Silly Jesus: Mentalpatient87: doyner: NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

Or you could, just, you know, TURN YOUR FARKING PORCH LIGHT OFF.

Not hardly. We don't want to be antisocial seeing as we're new to the neighborhood. Much better to catch a break from mother nature.

You're treating Trick-or-Treaters like some major burden. You kinda already are antisocial.

Not being fond of teenagers driving around in cars and not even bothering to dress in a costume and demanding candy is anti-social?


Don't you have some weak trolling to do?

/oh wait, that's right
 
2012-10-28 08:34:19 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-10-28 08:35:18 PM
www.prh.noaa.gov

Super Typhoon Ioke unimpressed

/The small white pixel on the south eyewall is Wake Island
 
2012-10-28 08:35:29 PM

Gyrfalcon: greenboy: what blows my mind is that there is a connected line of clouds that reaches all the way to africa.

There's a connected line of water that goes all the way to Africa, too!


citation please?
 
2012-10-28 08:36:56 PM
keep that shiat in politics
 
2012-10-28 08:38:09 PM
Sandy's Flank, Sandy's Flank, source of all this rain...
 
2012-10-28 08:38:57 PM

HectorSchwartz: Silly Jesus:

0/10.


10/10

That was great
 
2012-10-28 08:39:28 PM

kpaxoid: Just stopped viewing the web cam at Times Square a few moments ago.

No one there seems to care.

It appears to be business as usual.

Either
. people in Times Square don't believe the media or
. the media has just hyped it up too often or
. the web cam is just running stock footage


Or the storm isn't near there yet...
 
2012-10-28 08:39:41 PM

Silly Jesus: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 842x960]


lutz
just because some else gave you 0/10...i'm giving you 10/10
 
2012-10-28 08:44:02 PM
i879.photobucket.com

Last time there was a leak like this, Noah built hisself a boat.
 
2012-10-28 08:54:35 PM

JPSimonetti: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.


Heh, I have an autistic child. His take on Halloween was "Why should go get candy from other people when you have a bowl right here"? Can't argue with logic.
 
2012-10-28 08:56:18 PM
Here's a Halloween story. My pal put on a really looseair of overalls and flannel shirt. He carved a large pumpkin and put it over his head, wore gloves and stuffed his cuffs full of straw. Wearing this outfit he slumped down on a chair on his porch with a bowl of candy on his lap. The little kids all thought he was a scarecrow...until he grabbed them by the wrist as they reached for the candy. He scared the shiat out of most of the kids who came to his house that night. One even jumped right over the porch railing into a bush. Funniest thing I ever saw.
 
2012-10-28 08:56:20 PM

sleeps in trees: JPSimonetti: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.

Heh, I have an autistic child. His take on Halloween was "Why should go get candy from other people when you have a bowl right here"? C ...


What's his medium?
 
2012-10-28 08:57:19 PM

downtownkid: Here's a Halloween story. My pal put on a really looseair of overalls and flannel shirt. He carved a large pumpkin and put it over his head, wore gloves and stuffed his cuffs full of straw. Wearing this outfit he slumped down on a chair on his porch with a bowl of candy on his lap. The little kids all thought he was a scarecrow...until he grabbed them by the wrist as they reached for the candy. He scared the shiat out of most of the kids who came to his house that night. One even jumped right over the porch railing into a bush. Funniest thing I ever saw.


Was there a hole in the bowl?
 
2012-10-28 08:59:23 PM
Pfffff... no comments on the relative coarseness of her vajazzle?
 
2012-10-28 08:59:55 PM

greenboy: citation please?


Atlantic Ocean
 
2012-10-28 09:02:35 PM

Silly Jesus: downtownkid: Here's a Halloween story. My pal put on a really looseair of overalls and flannel shirt. He carved a large pumpkin and put it over his head, wore gloves and stuffed his cuffs full of straw. Wearing this outfit he slumped down on a chair on his porch with a bowl of candy on his lap. The little kids all thought he was a scarecrow...until he grabbed them by the wrist as they reached for the candy. He scared the shiat out of most of the kids who came to his house that night. One even jumped right over the porch railing into a bush. Funniest thing I ever saw.

Was there a hole in the bowl?


Goddammit.
 
2012-10-28 09:04:24 PM

EngineerAU: greenboy: citation please?

Atlantic Ocean


I'm still not convinced.

I hope everyone's sarcasm meters are functioning.
 
2012-10-28 09:11:59 PM

HectorSchwartz: Silly Jesus:

0/10.


The real troll is that somebody copyrighted that.
 
2012-10-28 09:17:57 PM

rnatalie: [i879.photobucket.com image 850x478]

Last time there was a leak like this, Noah built hisself a boat.


And Nixon got hisself a lawyer.
 
2012-10-28 09:22:04 PM

kpaxoid: Just stopped viewing the web cam at Times Square a few moments ago.

No one there seems to care.

It appears to be business as usual.

Either
. people in Times Square don't believe the media or
. the media has just hyped it up too often or
. the web cam is just running stock footage


There's something solid forming in the air
And wall of death is lowered in times square
But no one seems to care
they carry on as if nothing was there

The wind is blowing harder now
blowing dust into my eyes
the dust settles on my skin
Making a crust I cannot move in

And I`m hovering like a fly
waiting for a windshield on the freeway
 
2012-10-28 09:23:49 PM

Gyrfalcon: greenboy: what blows my mind is that there is a connected line of clouds that reaches all the way to africa.

There's a connected line of water that goes all the way to Africa, too!


There's a hole in NY heart that goes all the way to Africa

/you've got to fill it up with love
 
2012-10-28 09:24:22 PM

doyner: NIXON YOU DOLT!!!!!: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

Or you could, just, you know, TURN YOUR FARKING PORCH LIGHT OFF.

Not hardly. We don't want to be antisocial seeing as we're new to the neighborhood. Much better to catch a break from mother nature.


My neighbors already know I'm antisocial. It makes life easier for everybody!
 
2012-10-28 09:31:09 PM

IamKaiserSoze!!!: BunkyBrewman: Floyd is not impressed.

[earthobservatory.nasa.gov image 350x263]

Nor is Katrina


[i284.photobucket.com image 180x232]


Floyd had tropical winds extending 580 miles, Katrina 230 miles, Sandy 520 miles.
.
The total population of the 3 gulf coast states for Katrina was about 14 million and the Northeast Megalopolis is about 50 million or 17% of the US population.
 
2012-10-28 09:31:10 PM

JPSimonetti: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.


Not to mention the punk ass kids these days that don't even say thank you, or worse yet don't say trick-or-treat!
It's my rules that they don't get shiat unless they at least say trick-or-treat. Ringing a doorbell and holding out a pillowcase expecting candy is bullshiat. The older kids irritate me even more, though it is fun watching them squirm as they try to figure out what I mean when I ask them, "what do you say?" Punk ass teenagers have no business being out there, especially not walking door to door asking for candy. Yo, gimme candy... Hell no, you didn't say trick-or-treat and you have no costume, get the fark out of here.
 
2012-10-28 09:34:05 PM

greenboy: EngineerAU: greenboy: citation please?

Atlantic Ocean

I'm still not convinced.

I hope everyone's sarcasm meters are functioning.


He's mistaken, that connected stream he thinks he's seeing from space is actually the shadow of my ginormous dick taking a leak; from California.
 
2012-10-28 09:39:09 PM
Riding it out in Long Beach, bee-yotches!

Winds are picking up & the bay is overflowing at places this high tide.

Farking so much drama in the LBC, yo!
 
2012-10-28 10:15:31 PM

intelligent comment below: Silly Jesus:
Not being fond of teenagers driving around in cars and not even bothering to dress in a costume and demanding candy is anti-social?

well Bobby maybe one day when you grow up you can live in a nice neighborhood

Keep shilling for the GOP. That is the ticket to success


I take it you didn't notice that he also posted a poster making fun of Romney.

I found both to be funny, and I'm in an evac zone. Chill.
 
2012-10-28 10:30:40 PM

downtownkid: Here's a Halloween story. My pal put on a really looseair of overalls and flannel shirt. He carved a large pumpkin and put it over his head, wore gloves and stuffed his cuffs full of straw. Wearing this outfit he slumped down on a chair on his porch with a bowl of candy on his lap. The little kids all thought he was a scarecrow...until he grabbed them by the wrist as they reached for the candy. He scared the shiat out of most of the kids who came to his house that night. One even jumped right over the porch railing into a bush. Funniest thing I ever saw.


When I was a kid that was getting just a little too old to trick-or-treat (or at least thought I was), my cousin and I switched to trying to scare the little-er kids that came by. It was great for a year or two, then one year I managed to scare some kid so bad they started crying. Not just crying but freaking the fark out, running away screaming. Pretty sure I traumatized that kid.

I no longer try to scare people.
 
2012-10-28 10:36:30 PM
So-called scientific experts trying to get grants by scaring people.
 
2012-10-28 10:54:49 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: JPSimonetti: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.

Not to mention the punk ass kids these days that don't even say thank you, or worse yet don't say trick-or-treat!
It's my rules that they ...


Link

Larry David approves of your shenanigans.
 
2012-10-28 11:00:52 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Not to mention the punk ass kids these days that don't even say thank you, or worse yet don't say trick-or-treat!


Dad dad is that you?
 
2012-10-28 11:12:18 PM

downtownkid: Here's a Halloween story. My pal put on a really looseair of overalls and flannel shirt. He carved a large pumpkin and put it over his head, wore gloves and stuffed his cuffs full of straw. Wearing this outfit he slumped down on a chair on his porch with a bowl of candy on his lap. The little kids all thought he was a scarecrow...until he grabbed them by the wrist as they reached for the candy. He scared the shiat out of most of the kids who came to his house that night. One even jumped right over the porch railing into a bush. Funniest thing I ever saw.


Someone's been watching Good Luck Charlie on Disney Channel.
 
2012-10-28 11:12:49 PM
Halloween. I will never forget the year I took up the torch and decided to give the neighborhood kids the trick-treat-trek to end all others. I was armed with a station wagon, driver's license, full tank of gas when gas was still $1 a gallon. It took five hours. We hit "snob hill", a legendary area where trick-treat was full size candy bars and cans of pop. Or apples, peaches, and oranges. Fair game, especially when the peaches were the size of softballs and sweeter than any candy available. Same with the apples. farking wizardry, that. Eat a peach with the same gusto as eating pussy and wash it down with an ice cold Sprite.

Whiny ten year olds, this tired-ass 17 year old who looked 13, end of quest 10PM, fuel tank of the brown wagon stallion near empty. Each kid had enough rot-fuel to fill a 5gal bucket more than half-deep. Normal take would be about a tenth of that. We had done it. And it's a story those seven kids still remember today in their mid-20s.

Frankly, now 32, I get IDed buying an R rated BluRay. I'm tempted to rent an old schoolbus and give an even larger group of kids the same epic quest memories.
 
2012-10-28 11:14:05 PM

Mad Mark: Uchiha_Cycliste: JPSimonetti: doyner: All I know is that I'm glad that I won't have to answer the door 1000 times on Wednesday to give shiat away to other people's crotchfruit. Losing poewr and water is worth that relief.

I'll join the side of evil here. Last year, the wife and I took the animals and the kid and hid in the bedroom with the blackout curtains and watched movies all night. Turned out all the lights. Popped the batteries out of the doorbill. Moved the cars downj the street. And hid. We have an 8 year old autistic kid, 2 cats that calling "runners" would be sugarcoating it, and a dog that is very well trained to bark at the slightest knock on anything outside and goes off like a tornado siren when a neighbor closes their car door ... It's just not for us.

And, I really don't feel like we should be shunned for not wanting to give away free crap to other people's kids for no good reason. It was different back in MY day (2 miles up hill snow both ways etc etc ) when we put work and pride into our costumes ... we went all out and let our imaginations and creativity roar ... That was what made Halloween awesome. The costumes were always entertaining and at least half were homebrew. Now it's like ... wal-mart costumes as far as the eye can see. Whatever, man. I'm not rewarding you for making the trip up the sidewalk in your reduced-rack last-minute costume without even any sort of makeup or decorative cleavage.

I'll put out a bowl that says "Please Take One" of full-size Hershey's then jump out the bushes and smash you in the face with a bat when you dump the whole thing in your bag, that way at least I can enjoy it if you're not going to make the effort to have fun yourself.

Anyway, safe safe guys. Wife is flying out to Charlotte tomorrow morning for business. I think. We're watching flights to see if it gets cancelled. Here's hoping.

Not to mention the punk ass kids these days that don't even say thank you, or worse yet don't say trick-or-treat!
It's m ...


I totally approve of his dealing with those kids. =D
 
2012-10-28 11:14:41 PM

gibbon1: Uchiha_Cycliste: Not to mention the punk ass kids these days that don't even say thank you, or worse yet don't say trick-or-treat!

Dad dad is that you?


That depends, are you by chance older than me?
 
2012-10-28 11:24:45 PM

IamKaiserSoze!!!: BunkyBrewman: Floyd is not impressed.

[earthobservatory.nasa.gov image 350x263]

Nor is Katrina


[i284.photobucket.com image 180x232]


Katrina had near perfect formation. That picture is so perfect, it almost looks caroon-ish. like a computer graphic
 
2012-10-29 12:35:36 AM
Okay, um. I just got home from work to see this, and I couldn't help but notice it's heading close to where my dad is and then right for his family.

If any other Farkers have loved ones out there or are out there themselves, I hope you and they all are keeping safe.
 
2012-10-29 02:15:23 AM
We just need Superman to go from suck to blow 

farm3.staticflickr.com
 
2012-10-29 03:51:30 AM
I just want to chime in before someone loses their mind and starts claiming this is because of abortions or gays having twister squirrel sex or something.

It was me.

I didn't really intend for things to go this far. I was sitting at my terminal, and realized it had been more than a week since I'd last given the snake a tug. So, having a convenient gap in my schedule between getting up and going back to sleep one Saturday, I decided to rectify the situation, and ask google to tell me where the nastiest porn online is at. Because, hey, why not? It was at that time, my house suddenly lost power. A car had apparently hit a pole about a quarter mile from my house. Without power, my internet was gone. My laptop chimed, and informed me that all my schemes had gone awry, and that it was moving to battery power.

I was trapped. There was nowhere to go, friends. Desperate, I started to my hard drive in an attempt to locate something fapworthy to carry me through this long night, but realized with horror that I had recently deleted my permanent cache having had the brilliant realization that I could free those gigs up for other uses, and just stream porn for free whenever I wanted. Fool that I am. Damned fool, with noone else to blame. I stared, dumbstruck at the terminal.

But then, a glimmer of hope. At the bottom of my screen, a single program had a minimized window resting in my start bar. Perhaps god, some god, any god, had heard the lamentations of my heart and placed for me a glimpse of salvation to guide me through this dark terror. But no, such fortune was not mine to be had on this day. The weak of heart and faint of constitution may wish to stop reading at this time, for the deprecations of my actions, the tarnishing of my soul, may truly stain your own, even in mere observation of the grotesquery. That window, that single, damning window, was left from answering a question a friend had posed while visiting earlier in the day. When exactly had a particular television series had it's run. Why this series? Obviously, it could not have been mere coincidence. Only the Fates, the true Fates of old, were so cruel in their twining. But there was nothing else. My mind scoured by years without need for imagination, such powers no longer rested within me. It was this, or nothing.

My friends, I did not choose the nobler road. My laptop held a faint 53 minutes of charge remaining. And I stared at the beast, and her smiling grimace stared back, charismatic, cruel, reveling in my pain. The scouring grimace of Rosanne Barr stared into my soul, and whatever there may once have been there, it did not choose to stare back.

This hurricane is the direct result of that night, so many nights ago, now. Gaia does not forgive the sins of her creatures. Sure, the occasional necrophilic gay duck is given a pass, but... not such as this.

I am, truly, terribly sorry for all of this.

/ you'll get over it
 
2012-10-29 04:52:53 AM
Neat, the way the terminator could clearly be seen sweeping by, with increased cloud cover at night.

/Ahyull be bahk... in ahbah-oot tuwelve ah-oors.
 
2012-10-29 06:33:42 AM

letmenot: Just got back from 3 days in Orlando, Florida. Sandy is one big over-hyped piece of sh#t. It was just cloudy all day!!!! Go play some golf. Links won't be crowed for the next few days!!!


Course is closed.

/works at a country club
 
2012-10-29 06:49:35 AM
Well, we may have to do a little hunting to find a woman without bad teeth but at least here in England whilst we have more hurricanes per square mile than the US, we only have small hurricanes...
 
2012-10-29 07:30:39 AM
Dawn is breaking here, and the sky is a freaky fog-purple.
 
2012-10-29 09:04:30 AM
My 19year-old son is in college up there (Red Bank, NJ) ..... BE SAFE NATHAN!!

LOVE YOU!
Dad
 
2012-10-29 09:16:24 AM

RiverRat: My 19year-old son is in college up there (Red Bank, NJ) ..... BE SAFE NATHAN!!

LOVE YOU!
Dad


You just know they're having a hell of a Hurricane Party.
 
2012-10-29 09:32:45 AM

namegoeshere: RiverRat: My 19year-old son is in college up there (Red Bank, NJ) ..... BE SAFE NATHAN!!

LOVE YOU!
Dad

You just know they're having a hell of a Hurricane Party.


Although if the party is serving alcohol, he might have trouble getting past the hurricane carder.
 
2012-10-29 09:36:22 AM

namegoeshere: RiverRat: My 19year-old son is in college up there (Red Bank, NJ) ..... BE SAFE NATHAN!!

LOVE YOU!
Dad

You just know they're having a hell of a Hurricane Party.


Yep, ... he said "Everybody is stocking up on booze and board games."

I said, "Yep, just like we do HERE in Lousiana!"
 
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