If You Live In New Jersey, New York, and Philly, Could You PLEASE Hold Of On The Sausage And Peppers This Weekend!

Here is the projected path of Sandy from the National Hurricane Center. The Woody Boater weather center added in it’s latest projection as well.

Here in Washington, we get slammed by Sandy on Monday, not sure yet, but for sure our pals in New Jersey and New York are going to get drenched. First let me say, our hearts go out to you. Be prepared and know that what ever you need after the mess, we are here. Wait, not to help. We want pictures. And this time PLEASE, knowing your love for Ziti, and large greasy subs, no big stinky meals. If you may recall, all your sewage overflows, and guess where it goes. that’s right, right down the Chesapeake Bay. Your septic tank! And that winds up in my oily bilge! So please. Eat cheese, drink lots of fluids and at least try and hold off for us South of you.

Satalite images of the last storm that hit Jersey indicating “Suspended matter”


15 replies
  1. RiverRat
    RiverRat says:

    Time to have your last gasp if you have a leaky bilge because it all ends up in the ocean via the inland waterways.

  2. Bob Kays
    Bob Kays says:

    I would think being south of DC you would be use to a lot of crap and hot air flowing south.
    Lk Hopatcong is now full, adding 5+ inches of rain is not good.
    Will spend the weekend winterizing the house and flood & wind prep.

  3. Rick
    Rick says:

    Last gasp? I put mine away last weekend, who’s laughing now! I will be in PA this weekend so I took down the backyard awning last night, removed the cruisers bimini, doubled up the lines, took the dockbox home ( found it was floating down the canal with Irene), filled a jerry can with gas for the generator and already had propane (so I can continue to cook WoodyWeinies. Hope it’s all overkill and that everyone laughs at me next week. Oh and all our fecal matter here goes into cesspools and then into our water supply or into our local waters so you’re safe on that account.

  4. Cschmaltz
    Cschmaltz says:

    Well, if it gets too deep you just float away….but really, if it does turn west and you incure cost to get the love of your life (your boat of course) your insurence may help with the cost……of course check your policy, but most offer the coverage…….

  5. Alex
    Alex says:

    I have a 10 year-old son named Sandy.

    We get slammed by Sandy every day. It seems we’re always in Sandy’s path. As a result, we’re always on Sandy Watch.

    I also have a son named Salter. Let me forewarn you. If there’s ever a hurricane Salter, don’t bother preparing. Hell hath no fury…!

  6. cschmaltz
    cschmaltz says:

    Check with your insurace provider, they will place a hold on new coverage at some point, but usually is dependent on noaa prediction of strike…..just fyi…

  7. oldbaldguy
    oldbaldguy says:

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHH! FRANKENSTORM IS COMING!!!!!!!! All my ropes are at the marina, I will have to lash myself to a post using neckties! PANIC (running in circles screaming)!

  8. Philip Andrew
    Philip Andrew says:

    I will be thinking of your fecal infested waters as I skim across the pristine waters of Wellington harbour this morning. Wait its clouding over, now its starting to rain, crap.

    • Jimmuh
      Jimmuh says:

      Phillip – you’re saying it’s raining crap in Wellington? All the way from DC? Wow! (….insert non-PC political comment here….)

      • Philip Andrew
        Philip Andrew says:

        Well that was my intended pathetic attempt at a crap joke.
        ( Theres another one.)
        Seriously though I hope you people in the path of this weather monster will be ok. My brother and his family live in Newtown CT and they in the path of Sandy and assure me they are hunkering down. We get Earthquakes here but thankfully not hurricanes.

  9. Captain Nemo
    Captain Nemo says:

    I live in the very Northern reaches of the sausage and pepper impact area. I just had some greasy chicken wings. Sorry, I had no idea.
    Hauled out the cruiser today. They have been draining down sections of the canal a few feet in anticipation of heavy rain. Batten down the hatches!!!!

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