Hurricane Ike

Well well well. Ole Ikey boy is headed for us. Expected to be here sometime this weekend. I say Tina needs to get in that ass and slow that nigga down lol.

Well thanks to Ike I am off tomorrow. Yippee!!! Another three day weekend. Job will probably be closed on Monday as well soooooo I will probably be having a four day weekend 🙂

Traffic was a bitch getting off work today! I had to take the bus so I didn’t appreciate being on the bus with funky smelly people with standing room only smelling underarm funk for a whole hour.

Ok. I need to buy a couple of flashlights and batteries, get some water, and maybe some bread and lunchmeat in case the electricity goes out.

I suspect the shelves are already empty at most grocery stores. People love to panic and act a fool fighting over water. Damn people! Anyway by the time BJ gets off everything will probably be gone off the shelves.

Right now Ike is expected to hit the Texas Coast as a category 3-4 and by the time it hits my area it will more than likely be downgraded to a hurricane 2 even if that. Who knows? Ike is ENORMOUS. He is almost the size of Texas. Who knows what he has up his sleeve.

My supervisor today was like are you prepared. I am like prepared for what? I mean Thank God the times I was in a Hurricane besides a lot of rain and a whole lot of flooding It really did not affect me much. He did kinda scare me talking about losing electricity though. That would be a bitch!

I just feel sorry for a lot of the older people that live in the older parts of town that keep getting their houses flooded out but hey it is Hurricane season. People are still cleaning up from the Tropical Storm that happened last month. This has been one of the busiest Hurricane seasons in awhile.

I am glad things are a little more organized this year tho. They have been doing evacuations in areas that are expected to get the brunt of it by zip codes now instead of the major major disaster of Hurricane Rita back in 2005. Everybody was leaving for the highway at the same damn time and the hurricane wasn’t so much the disaster as the traffic was on the freeway. A lot of people died sitting in traffic. That was horrible. But yea much better organization this year.

This time around Ike is expected to be much more worse than Rita and expected to carry on much longer.

But I am just going to sit back, drink a couple of beer, light a blunt and let nature take its course.

I’m going to be still following the storm in case something changes.

Well for my Texas peeps be safe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Especially you guys that live closer to Galveston Island that will be more affected by this hell of a storm.



2 Responses to “Hurricane Ike”

  1. September 12, 2008 at 10:29 am

    all i can say is be safe down there. and if they say go then u make sure u go.

  2. September 12, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    Thanks Cherish, well it is too late for anyone to go anywhere now.

    I am soo unprepared if the power does go out.

    Just hoping for the best.

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