Hurricane Sandy

29 Oct

“An extreme weather event.”

“A catastrophic storm of epic proportions.”

“Category 1 hurricane.”

C’mon, guys. Speak in a language we can all understand:

This storm is at “Anderson Cooper in a tight black shirt” level.

“You can always tell how much danger Anderson Cooper is in by how tight his clothing is. If he’s in a bulky, yellow slicker, then it’s a hurricane that’s still off shore. If he’s in a khaki vest, he’s maybe in the Green Zone in Baghdad. But if he’s in a child-size white t-shirt, bullets are flying, he’s getting punched, he’s pulling kittens out of the rubble.” –Seth Meyers, 2011 White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Remember, kids: “…if you ever see Anderson Cooper with his shirt off, turn off your television and run.”

This is what it’ll look like, so you can be prepped:

 

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