We were just far enough north that we only got a little bit of wind and some rain. Southern parts of Maine lost power (about 60,000 customers), but we were relatively untouched by all of this. Work went on, school went on and all were disappointed. This is not minimize what other areas felt and are feeling. Have we heard from Doug?
As for not knowing anybody on Cleveland?!?!?! Reigning Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving? And what about Sideshow Bob Anderson Varejao?
I hope when you have an audience just off-camera, it is FLEA. He would be awesome in this role. He would be like Mets Bucket Hat Guy on Fallon the other night as the only audience member. Are we sure that wasn't FLEA?
I've been in healthcare for 28 years and NEVER had a flu shot. I sign the waiver every year and I think I've been sick twice. I don't believe in the hokum that the pharmaceutical companies are selling on the vaccines. Nope.
As for the trick or treaters, we continued our streak of zero candy beggars this year. I don't think anybody dares come down our driveway.
Paul Charchian is pretty entertaining. I listen to him when he visits the Steve Czaban show.
I have a similar needle phobia. When I was 13, I was diagnosed with an allergy to stinging insects. The course of treatment was weekly shots for what seemed like forever (it was about 30 shots all together). When they need a blood sample from me, I have to lay down because I will certainly pass out. Yes, I have been in healthcare for 28 years. Is that ironic or some other word?
And yes, we do buy candy on the slimmest chance a kid wanders down our driveway - Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Kit Kats.
Ah, Dean, we went to the Union Fair this year, home of the Blueberry Queen pageant. That rocks. My kids have yet to ride the "big" rides yet, but my oldest loves the scary funhouses, so that might be considered a big kid ride.