Things About Hurricane Irene That Make No Sense

First, on Saturday, around noon, I observed this on Commonwealth Avenue:

Because it's not like it's going to rain for the next 24 hours or anything.

Second, we are once again reminded how poorly the Boylston Street Apple store fits with the Boston environment:


Although they're protected against rocket propelled grenades too! (sorta).

Anyway, everything is still working for now (even the wireless, though I have emergency back up intertoobz too!).

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The camera work is a little shaky, but the plot development makes up for it.

By Virgil Samms (not verified) on 28 Aug 2011 #permalink