Oh, no, Sethory! The Devil’s Dandruff is a-comin’ back!

I keep seeing alarmist reports such as this:

Which seem a bit off, since my weather apps don’t show our temps going below 34 over the next few nights.

But should the Southland actually be plagued with the white stuff this weekend, might we also be treated to another disaster report from Buford Calloway on SNL?

15 thoughts on “Oh, no, Sethory! The Devil’s Dandruff is a-comin’ back!

  1. Brad Warthen Post author

    Wow, I’m really going down swinging — three posts in a row without a single comment. I feel like I’m up against Madison Bumgarner here…

  2. Bryan Caskey

    You’re not going to get any help from me after this comment. I’m working on an appellate brief that’s due close of business Monday, so I’m at DEFCON 1 until then. This is just a five minute sanity break.

    You’ll have to go round up the usual suspects without me.

  3. Andrew G

    I’m mostly rubber necking like a car wreck at Jenny Sanford’s video endorsement of the Sec Candidate.

    Wow … who thought that was a good idea.

  4. Norm Ivey

    I’m watching the original Halloween I dvr-ed a few nights ago, drinking a Stone Enjoy by 10.31.14, and carving pumpkins while waiting for some drop-in guests.

  5. Kathryn Fenner

    We have never had a real trick-or-treater, but once we got some confused party-goers, late late…we had two German Shepherd Dogs then, who might have clued them in that this wasn’t the place–and the dark house–but hey, maybe they thought it was part of the decorating concept…

    1. Norm Ivey

      We get several dozen every year. We got those from our own neighborhood, and then our location close to Village at Sandhills brings in revelers after the celebration there. It’s not that big a deal for me, but my bride really gets a kick out of it, and I enjoy her joy.

  6. Karen Pearson

    But it’s on record as the earliest snow in recorded history for this fair state! That alone suggested a potential disaster to rival any typhoon! BTW, I couldn’t get a chance to read or comment b/c the computer kept complaining you had “a long running script.” Don’t ask me what that means, b/c I have no idea.

  7. Kathleen

    That’s the second time in recent memory that “long running script” has thwarted my efforts to read you. Karen wasn’t alone on that.

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