and then Mother Nature Played a Halloween Trick

East Village New York City, Avenue C and 9th StreetOver the last day or so, I’ve seen a lot of people bash those making jokes about the effects of Sandy in New York City and the surrounding areas, and rightfully so.  The loss of life as the storm evolved and swept from the Caribbean Sea up along the Eastern Seaboard, as well as the millions in damage and thousands of people and businesses severely affected by the storm is certainly no laughing matter.

More importantly, let’s keep in mind that the first kid that dresses up like a pirate and steals a rowboat from Central Park is going to clean the fuck up trick or treating.

Come on, they already bought the candy…

About mattS

Couch potato, burrito aficionado, whiskey sour drinker, handyman, writer of interesting things.

Posted on October 30, 2012, in What Was I Thinking? and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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