And that's exactly what I'm doing as I watch these stupid reporters try to stand out in the hurricane, on a beach, as they tell everyone else to stay inside and not do what they're doing...smh. First Tornadoes in Western Mass, then earthquakes shaking the Eastern seaboard, now a hurricane? Really? I almost shat my pants when I saw that funnel cloud over Shrewsberry St. on my way to get Cold Stone amidst of all the warnings back in July. I knew the building was moving the other day but never would I have guessed an earthquake and now evacuations from North Carolina to Massachusetts in preparation for Hurricane Irene. So now I don't know what to do? Clearly I was in denial with the first two events but I don't think I can afford to be with this one. New Haven is only about 85 miles from New York which really means nothing in a 430 mile wide storm (says weatherchannel.com). AND is doesn't help that I live literally right across the street from a river than runs into the Long Island Sound.
Mother Nature is an unpredictable bitch sometimes, its life. And lately that has been a lot. So if my building gets blown away or a freak accident occurs as a result of the storm its been nice knowing ya. Stay safe and becareful.