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  1. Richard P says:

    Very amusing! Twerk down, buddy.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      My students are hoping for a day or two off; I’m hoping to avoid changing my syllabi. That’s the worst.

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  2. Bill M says:

    The Florida news media is like an endless loop tape during storms. They only know a few lines with a very limited vocabulary. I doubt any of them would have passed any of the news classes with the professors I had. We were expected to report, not sensationalize. Write, not make a quick punch line. Heaven forbid if we used the same phrase more than once in a story.
    Beer is fine, just go t Publix and get some dry ice.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      One of the things I miss most about Colorado: inexpensive Guinness.

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  3. Michael Arau says:

    Nary a hunkerer there be. Personally, I’m a fan of General Quarters ! Set condition zebra throughout the ship.

    On a serious note. Be wary. I was watching the news last night and this looks like a good one. Is that even appropriate language? My kids, their kids and younger brother all reside in the state too, so I have a special interest in all of this. I’ll give you their addresses so you can share your beer stores with them. They have typewriters too – keep those comm lines open.

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    1. mcfeats says:

      Ha. Speaking of which, I ordered a solar-powered radio from Amazon, but it won’t get here on time. Oh well. Good luck to your family. Those who have typewriters and guitars are the future.

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  4. Bill M says:

    Michael,
    You reminded me of what I forgot in my comment.
    Batten down the hatches!
    I learned that in childhood from my Uncle, a career sailor.
    When the storm hits, Batten down the hatches!
    Sounds so much better than hunker — what ever a hunker is.

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