What does that mean, exactly? There’s a Category 4 — possibly 5 — arriving in three hours. You’d think there was something more appropriate to say or hear.
It’s like when you someone dies (only not among my friends, who will just ignore you), you say “I’m sorry.” Sorry for what? How does that improve matters?
It doesn’t. I know that. It’s just something you say, hopefully with the intent of making someone feel less alone.
It’s a lonely life. It really is. My governor is all over TV, saying that Hurricane Matthew is a “bonding time.” So check on your neighbors and get through this together.
Of course, this is also the guy saying people are gonna die and his family is safe. Reminds me of someone.
In any event, I took a walk today. Tried to speak to everyone. Not one person said hello back. Well except for the ducks. I had food and they were thrilled.
I often carry on rhetorical conversations with these assholes. After I say hi and they ignore me, I fill in for them.
“I’m great thanks. How are you?”
“Good, good! You all ready for this storm?”
“Well let me know if you need anything. Stay safe and enjoy your day.”
Yeah. That comes out too.
I don’t want to wish that every one of these deplorables gets washed off the coastline.
But my friend’s husband got the call that FEMA is sending him here to rescue us, and I asked if I can pick and choose who gets saved first.
Because if these fuckers can’t fvdn say hi, what makes anyone think they’d say thank you for keeping them safe?