Live From Lower Transylvania

Geeeeeez! A damn tropical storm comes along and you’d think it was the end of the freakin’ world!

Well, to my other half it was. You just can’t live like Daniel Boone with a woman in the house during a tropical storm when you lose all electricity, the telephone and Internet on top of all that.

Along with a gazillion other New Englanders we lost all services for three days and reverted back to living as cave dwellers.  Fortunately, the huge casino just one mile from us provided us with our usual free coffee and donut which gave us the stamina to exist lest we kill each other by not having our morning coffee.

I’m still at a loss to figure out how in this day and age it took three days to get electricity back. I mean I personally surveyed the area and couldn’t find anything which would cause an outage. I think it was a conspiracy by some unknown terrorist organization. Wasn’t there a radical group back in the 60’s called “The Weathermen?”  Bet they’re making a comeback. Damn SOB’s.

It’s either them or Yankee Candle Company.  I have my suspicions.

Anyhow, we escaped it unscathed with the exception of a few downed branches, losing all the frozen food we had in our freezer, and making massive donations to Dunkin Donuts, McDonald’s, and Henny Penny.

If all goes well I expect my normal day of bloggerisms to resume at midnight tonight with yet another MisfitWisdom Flying Fickle Finger Feather Award presented to someone who is lacking in logic and possibly a brain.

Until then, it’s off to the shower.

(DONATE) The PayPal donate link is below. If it is not highlighted, copy and paste it into you browser and it will take you to PayPal providing THEY have their electricity back. Any donation to MW during the Jimmy Fund Telethon will be donated to that fund.

Copyright 2011 MisfitWisdom RLV


About misfit120

Former disc jockey, (Dick Jones) 30 years, and author of, "I Could Have Been Famous But Sex, Love & Life Got In The Way" available at books, & Kindle, "The Covert Chamber" a mystery novel available at and Barnes & Noble, and "Forgotten" the story of two WWI pilots who were forgotten for over 70 years available on and Kindle
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