My heart goes out to any and all who lost family or friends due to Charley. Seeing the pix on TWC just makes it feel worse. You guys were (for the most part) great. I don't want to have to moderate during these times...
That being said, I have an itchy trigger finger tonight, and enough PM's encouraging me to edit sooner that I won't hesitate to do so...
From a personal perspective, my region is under a TS warning as we speak.. This hurricane is leaving his mark on the entire coastline.
Went down to Jones Beach (shout out to Richieweather...field six baby) this afternoon for a swim...mellow waves but expect things will get worse.
Earl and Danielle loom...not much time to rest. Behave, please!!! We haven't had any Isaroni's/Paloma's/Matthew's this season, but it's just a matter of time. Robert, I've got my eye on you...just go surf dude, it's cool...don't stir the pot.
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