Comments: Talking Heads, No Brains

Man, I've been under a rock all day. Didn't even see that she was a CAT 5 until like half an hour ago.

Posted by Toluca Nole at October 19, 2005 09:49 PM

Keeping fingers and toes crossed that it just goes away, or at least gives Florida a miss. Heck, may it miss LA, MS, AL, TX too. How about a fall camping trip instead of a winter?

Posted by Laughing Wolf at October 19, 2005 10:18 PM

Do.Not.Ever. go to Publix at 10pm on a night when everyone is freaking from a hurricane. Just don't do it. I did. Not sure I will recover.

Posted by vw bug at October 19, 2005 11:07 PM

The media's ghoulish attitude and their "WE"RE ALL GONNA DIE" way of reporting has been p*ssing me off forever. Good Grief!

I do hope that Wilma down grades a whole bunch and y'all just get wind and rain out of the deal... It would make me happy to see the media with NOTHING to report.

Posted by Richmond at October 20, 2005 05:17 AM

I wouldn't mind a direct hit on news stations everywhere, although I would be upset at the collateral damage! It is interesting though to see how Florida is prepared and there is no whining and nashing of teeth in direct contrast with anyone who lives in New Orleans . . .

Posted by oddybobo at October 20, 2005 08:29 AM

Ok, the most important question.

Where is Jim Cantore? Cause where he is is where it's going to hit?

Bou, you don't see him walking around town do you?

Posted by Machelle at October 20, 2005 08:42 AM

Machelle- Funny you should ask. Last we heard it was at the station in a shirt and tie. That tells me he doesn't know.

Let me say, I'm sure as hell hoping he's not in Palm Beach County on Monday, but I think he'd hit Naples first.

What a crappy job he has.

Posted by Bou at October 20, 2005 03:43 PM

Be prepared and eaither get out of its way or hunker down. Katrina would not have taken a life in Florida if it had not been for the Darwin law which clened up the gene pool some of some stupid people. Same in NEw Orleans-if the stupids had left when they were told there would have been very little loss of life there. The coast of Mississippi was somewhat different in that there was no place tp go but north and the damn storm followed them all the way to Jackson. Sometimes it is just better to get under something out of the wind and storm surge and stay there.

Posted by GUYK at October 20, 2005 08:36 PM