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#1 Aug 26 2011 at 11:44 AM Rating: Excellent
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What's everyone's weekend look like? Anyone going to get pulverized by Irene?


Seeing as this whole hurricane deal put a quick stop to my beach proposal plan, I went and did it this Wednesday. Made a nice dinner for us outside by our apartment pool (it's actually quite nice) under a flowery trellis thing. We had the whole thing to ourselves. It made for a nice setting, and a good surprise, I think.

So yup, we're happily engaged.

Looks like most mass transit is shutting down around NYC for the weekend. Between that and the miserable weather, so much for any elaborate post-engagement plans. Guess we'll have to entertain ourselves indoors, somehow. Smiley: wink2


So what's everyone else up to, before the internet goes down and state of emergency is declared?
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#2 Aug 26 2011 at 11:51 AM Rating: Decent
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We're gonna try and go to the county fair tonight. The rest of the weekend is just trying to stay safe and sane, cooped up inside. We're far enough upstate/inland to avoid the worst of the storm but there's always the threat of a tree knocking out power so there are steaks waiting to be grilled and plenty of charcoal.
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It's supposed to completely miss us and sail west of us and drown Quebec (Thank you God). We'll see if that actually happens though.
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#5 Aug 26 2011 at 12:23 PM Rating: Good
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gratz!

I'm in a **** mood this weekend because I've been working for several months on a huge event for tomorrow that was cancelled due to Irene with no rain date. I also had a DR appointment today because despite eating healthy,living well, etc, Ive been gaining weight. The DR think it could be either thyroid or adrenal issues. I'll find out next week and hopefully have answers. I feel screwed though. I didnt even get a chance to enjoy bon bons to gain the weight Smiley: glare

So this weekend will be hanging out in my house, watching Irene skirt the area, organize the promo **** in my hallway and pack it away until next year, and host a pity party drinking water instead of wine.

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Golfing on Saturday, then spending Sunday organizing my move the following weekend.

There will probably be some beer involved at some point in all that.
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Driving down to the coast tonight. We are spending the weekend in Corpus Christi. Hitting up the beach on Saturday morning and cooking out by the pool with friends Saturday night. Sleeping it off Sunday morning then driving home to try and help the Whale shore up a playoff spot in the 3 on 3 beer league.
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#8 Aug 26 2011 at 12:44 PM Rating: Good
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Thanks all. And bummer, DSD.

That reminds me...I should stock up on beer. I don't have the motivation to go out and hoard supplies like many are doing, but damned if I'll go through this whole weekend pinned indoors without beer.

Irene stuff is really ramping up. It's crazy when you look for flooding/wind/rain projections for your area and all that weather.com says is "SHIT'S GOING DOWN."

Smiley: um

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#9 Aug 26 2011 at 12:55 PM Rating: Excellent
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Congrats Eske!

I'm too far inland for Irene to be getting to us. Which is kind of odd, most all east coast hurricanes generate some rain for us a day or two later, but there's not a drop forcast for us for the next 7 days.

As for what I'm doing, not much. Since my husband got a new job (he's now a property manager at a pretty nice apartment complex), I'm going tomorrow to help him clean up one of the units. I've been 2 other times to help clean and get them ready. He needs to rent them all so he can get a bonus Smiley: lol
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Congratulations. Looks like I'll be spending the weekend indoors as well. Which, is fine with me.
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Eske Esquire wrote:


So yup, we're happily engaged.


Woot Congrats! Have you set a date yet?

We're supposed to get heavy wind/rain Sunday and whatever Irene has left in her to hit Sunday night.

Hurricanes tame quickly when they hit the bracing cold northerner water.

Still my husband just phoned and told me he just ran and refilled the generator. Smiley: smile

This post is the last thing I need to do before punching the proverbial time-clock (hah how sad is that when I refer to a forum post a work task??).

TGIF. Smiley: yippee

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Woot Congrats! Have you set a date yet?


Nothing yet. I'm leaving it up to her, and she's still sorting out her opinions on wedding plans. It'll likely be something real small, probably within a 1-2 year window.
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Fortunately, I'm quite a bit inland from Irene, but I might also stock up on beervodka. Never can be too safe! Smiley: nod

Other than that, have a pretty laid back weekend planned. Um... So basically I got nothing.
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Grats Eske!

I live in a beach town. If the eye doesn't pass over us, we'll still likely be seeing some of the worst of it. Work was cancelled, because of a mandatory evacuation, so I'm off anyway. Too bad I'm not at school--that's where my PS3 is. D:
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Grats Eske!

Youngest one has sleepover birthday party at a friend's place tonight. So hopefully that means Ray and I can have a semi-short date tonight.

Tomorrow, I have a continuing legal education class. Smiley: frown Ray's car is getting worked on so my credit card is already shrieking in protest. Cousin's anniversary party later that day.

Sunday, catching up on odds and ends and whatnot.
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Ray's car is getting worked on so my credit card is already shrieking in protest


Ugh, I know the feeling. This whole week's paycheck for me is going to my credit card. And none of that was even spent on fun stuff. D:

Growing up sucks.
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The new house we just bought in the dreaded suburbs has two trees the are about 60 feet tall. We're probably 20 miles from the coast, I imagine we'll be fine, but we've put off homeowners insurance pictures until we finish updating our kitchen, so that could be exciting if we did have any damage.
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Good luck and God bless to you East Coasters. We're in Michigan right now, spending the weekend at the lake (as in 'The' lake) and doing standard "my parents took me on a vacation to some small town" things. Right now it's fairly cool out so I'm sitting by the indoor pool while the older child gets his swim on.
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Good luck and God bless to you East Coasters.

Don't you know Irene is Gods way of punishing us east coast heathens for liking gays and treating them as equals and stuff?
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I find it ridiculous that something named Irene is a thing to be feared. We really need to rethink how these things get named. As to the weekend, I have blissfully empty calendar. I think I'll spend a good portion of it sleeping.
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I keep getting "Come On, Eileen" in my head which isn't even accurate.
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I find it ridiculous that something named Irene is a thing to be feared. We really need to rethink how these things get named. As to the weekend, I have blissfully empty calendar. I think I'll spend a good portion of it sleeping.


You heard about Hurricane Dora right? I couldnt stop giggling every time it was on the news. Oh the fun I could have had with THAT one!
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Don't you know Irene is Gods way of punishing us east coast heathens for liking gays and treating them as equals and stuff?
And it's going to drown Quebec. It really is a sign from God.
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#25 Aug 26 2011 at 7:25 PM Rating: Good
You "coasters" and your "hurricanes".






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I have an aunt named Irene. She wouldn't hurt a fly. You guys will be ok, I swear.
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I'm a pushover IRL, but Hurricane Alex did nearly 2 billion dollars worth of damage and killed 51 people.

I think your logic is flawed.
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Grats, Eske!

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I'm glad I wasn't the only one. Smiley: laugh
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See, here's the problem.


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Jonwin is working today until the weather gets so bad they need to shut down, but they closed the ship Sunday, so we can sit though the storm together. We expect some flooding in our basement, so Jonwin sweep the floor and clean up the cat litter box.

Today we are filling up bathtubs and putting aside bottle water in case we need to camp a few days with power out. As long as Irene doesn't decide to make a left at the Bay we should be only getting tropical storm strength winds, but better safe then sorry.

Today is opening day at the Maryland Renaissance Faire and I would be there getting soaked, if I wasn't so broke this month. My 2 oldest are again working at the Faire and not happy that the weather will be keeping attendance down, as they get pay by commission. Jonwin has next weekend off, so we see about going then.
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So very glad I live in a country which doesn't suffer from any form of natural disaster on a regular basis.

This weekend I'll be watching rugby and will finish reading my book.

Also beer.
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Forecast just changed--the most likely path the hurricane takes has it crossing literally over my town. And it is no longer predicted to downgrade to a tropical storm until Maine.

So, yeah. My brother just got here, having evacuated his apartment on one of the barrier islands. We are safe from the storm surges here, though, since we're pretty high up. If we have flooding issues, then this whole area is seriously f*cked.
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#35 Aug 27 2011 at 12:35 PM Rating: Good
I spent most of earlier today getting ready for Irene. I'm not going crazy about it, but I wanted to have some fresh water for the dog, and some food that can stand maybe being a little warm for a bit before going bad. The storm before the storm should be here soon, with the hurricano itself hitting sometime tomorrow afternoon or evening.

I wasn't too thrilled when I drove around for an hour and a half looking for D batteries and finally just had to get some from work. Smiley: motz
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WTFBBQ? Have you guys ever had a hurricane come up this far north in recorded history?

I REALLY hope you all emerge safe and sound. Smiley: frown
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WTFBBQ? Have you guys ever had a hurricane come up this far north in recorded history?

I REALLY hope you all emerge safe and sound. Smiley: frown


http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/post/for-northeast-hurricane-irene-poses-a-rare-and-very-real-threat/2011/08/26/gIQApzlUgJ_blog.html

I know that there are a bunch of tower cranes up in NYC that were posing a substantial risk...they weren't sure if they'll be able to take them down in time. Most of them are at the WTC memorial site. They're only built to withstand 65 mph winds.
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Erk!

You know the London Eye? Well, they built a smaller version of it in MelBourne as the showcase of the redeveloped Docklands... but they only engineered it to a heat tolerance of something like 41 C, (105.8 F). The year it went up, it buckled and cracked on the day it hit 42C (107.6F). The building company had to take it all back down again at their own cost... as the temperatures in Melb hit a record high of 50C (122F) for a week. God that Summer was bad.
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Pre-storm flooding is already to the front doors of some houses in NJ, and the actual eye isn't set to reach us until tomorrow.
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Pre-storm flooding is already to the front doors of some houses in NJ, and the actual eye isn't set to reach us until tomorrow.
There is a nasty rainstorm that is pulling this hurricane with it and helping keep it intense, I heard from my mother.

On the other hand, I also told my mom that I needed batteries for my flashlight so that I could see my computer keyboard if the lights went out and she thought that was reasonable.
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They shut down the subways. That's going to be fun come Monday. I'm also on call in case "the East Coast" needs assistance. That's always fun. A limited deployment with no discernible location or duration.
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On the other hand, I also told my mom that I needed batteries for my flashlight so that I could see my computer keyboard if the lights went out and she thought that was reasonable.
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Congo Rats Eske, and good luck all you east coasters. Watch out for flying sharks!

Not much going on around here. The new 256GB Crucial 6GB/sec SSD for the main computer is stuck in the ridgefield post office less than a mile from my house until monday. It was supposed to be here thursday, so not entirely happy about that. When it gets here, the main computer is getting an upgrade. That, a pair of 2TB data drives in Raid 1, A new blueray burner, a card reader to replace the ancient floppy drive, 4 Noctua super quiet 120mm fans to replace the semi quiet vantec stealths on the radiator and front and rear intakes, and some new water cooling quick disconnects for the water cooling kit. Should be a bit of a speed improvement over the 15,000 RPM SaS drive raid 0 array I have in there now. That array will be going into the secondary computer, to replace the 10,000 RPM Raptor array that just had its first failure due to age (nothing was lost, adequate backups are a wonderful thing!)

So, in the mean time, I might work on mill assembly instead.
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We have a 24 pack, 5 bottles of wine (plus whatever we had in the cabinet) and a lot of hard alcohol.

I THINK we're good.
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Hurricanes go as far north as Newfoundland. Not sure if they carry up to Greenland as well or not, because no one cares.
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The storm itself does, but it's extraordinarily rare for them to actually reach that far and still have hurricane force winds. Generally, those are tropical storms. On rare occasions, they'll downgrade as they move north and then hit a warm patch that gives them more fuel, and the winds will increase again.

Plus, any hurricanes that do make it this far generally stay out at sea. It's extremely rare for one to make land this far north. NJ hasn't been hit by one for many, many years.
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#49 Aug 28 2011 at 3:20 AM Rating: Good
Well, I just let the dog out while the rain was light and she got hit head on by a skunk. What a super weekend.
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Well, the wind is whipping around, and the rain is pretty heavy, but everything seems to be OK so far, at least for me. Lots of people without any power, but this isn't very bad. I don't remember the last hurricane that did any significant damage up where I am (RI). Probably Bob, back in '91? Or I guess Floyd, whenever that was.
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