Hurricane Sandy

by (@missmuttoo)

Celebrities Have Got A Lot To Say About Hurricane Sandy, We Found 10 Tweets We’d Like To Reply To

Celebrities Tweet About Hurricane Sandy

East Coast peeps, we hope you’re safe, stocked up and dry. Hurricane Sandy’s been causing all kinds of a mess but we’re staying put and waiting for it to … blow over. This too shall pass, right? So, to keep you distracted and entertained at the same time, through the Frankenstorm, we thought we’d take a gander over at celebrityville and see what the word on Twitter is. Worked for us, because we found at least 10 H’wood tweets that made us crack up in different ways. For instance, while Ricky Gervais‘ tweet made us crack up laughing, Lindsay Lohan‘s made us crack out heads against a wall. And since we can’t banter with them in person, we still got some repartee to dish out. So, we’ll just do it the best way we can — right here!

1. Ricky Gervais: Now we’re calling Sandy “Kandy” now, thanks to you, Ricky. Repping the “K”!

Ricky Gervais tweets about Hurricane Sandy

2. Lindsay Lohan:┬áRight, because it’s really not that serious, L.L? World, do not take disaster advice from L.L. EVER.

Lindsay Lohan tweets about Hurricane Sandy

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by (@shalapitcher)

Hurricane Sandy Or Zombie Apocalypse? Walking Dead, Joss Whedon Prepare Us For The Worst

A man runs for the last train before Hurricane Sandy, or the zombie apocalypse

Er, maybe watching The Walking Dead in the middle of hunkering down for a natural disaster wasn’t the wisest thing in the world. As it is, the nonstop news coverage of preparations for Frankenstorm Sandy has those of us in the Mid-Atlantic region whipped into a frenzy of battery shopping, canned-goods hoarding and … well, working from home like normal bloggers. But yeah, watching Andrea and Michonne’s introduction to the creepy town of Woodbury didn’t make us feel much better about this hurricane deal. Especially now that we’ve seen pictures of what it looks like out there. Just watch the original intro to Walking Dead (we’re not even going to touch season three’s much starker version), and then scroll down look at what New York and the surrounding region look like today:


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