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August 28, 2017

GOD BLESS TEXAS

In the midst of the storm, a woman gave a six-pack of beer to a TV reporter.

(Thanks to Gary Johnson)

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I pity the reporters who are stuck in the storm.

I hope the face split the beer with the cameraman

Best reader comment: "Hey, our power just went out. We can't drink all of this before it gets warm."

I pity the reporters who HAVE to be stuck in the storm because their idiot producers insist on live coverage of the obvious ("As you can see around me, it's still raining!") or insist that reporters shove microphones into victims' faces and ask political questions, i.e. "What do you think the president should have done about this?" These producers need to be strung up by their unmentionable parts (as appropriate) and given a thorough lashing.

I'm with wndrr2575. One of these days the weatherman showing us the force of the hurricane tidal surge is going to get washed out to sea. Of course that footage will get lots more viewers.....

I saw a Periscope this morning from a Baytown resident who has been covering the storm as conditions have progressed. He said that quite a few local authorities told residents that evacuation was unnecessary because the storm was on a different heading. Just proves the obvious. Weather, as Floridians should know, is mostly unpredictable.

Well, maybe this is great, but the question comes to mind:

Penny Lane: Maybe it is love, as much as it can be, for somebody...
William Miller: Somebody who sold you to Humble Pie for fifty bucks and a case of beer! I was there! I was there!... Look- I'm sorry.
Penny Lane: [sniffs] What kind of beer?

- "Almost Famous", 2000

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