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Monday, October 24, 2005

ZombyBoy Versus the Hurricane

Today’s coverage of Hurricane Wilma slamming Florida won’t include the courageous story of ZombyBoy and the G-Phrase trying to take a freakin’ vacation there this week. We’re more likely to hear celebrity soundbites about how President Bush doesn’t like retired Jewish people from New York or exiled Cubans, or else he would have stopped this natural disaster from hitting Florida. Or, how about DNC conspiracy theories that the Bush government was behind the bombs in Baghdad this morning to draw our attention away from Hurricane Wilma and Florida.

Anyway, back to my heroic tale about a graphic designer just trying to celebrate a vacation. Despite the warnings that he and the hurricane were going to intersect on one of Mother Nature’s busiest highways of natural disasters today, ZombyBoy bravely boarded his plane Saturday and left the safety of his Mile-High Home in Denver for a little fun on the wind-swept, rain-soaked beaches of Florida’s west coastline.  Of course, he also had a little fun planned at Mickey’s place as well, so here’s to shorter lines at DisneyWorld and my heartfelt wishes that ZB is still managing to enjoy his much deserved vacation, even if it’s in the midst of one of nature’s major sneezes.

Please be sure to comment on ZB’s vacation-planning abilities and encourage him to write a first-hand account upon his return next weekend. 

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And all this time I thought it was Jim Cantore and Mike Seidel whose travel choices I should never emulate.

on Oct 24 2005 @ 01:59 PM

I just assumed he went for the hurricane, not in spite of it…

on Oct 24 2005 @ 02:04 PM

According to Disney World closed Monday morning. The hotels were still open, so I hope Z got really drunk and then rode Space Mountain 17 times in a row in the afternoon.

Most important question: Do Disney hotels have bars? And do they stay open during category 3 hurricanes?

on Oct 25 2005 @ 07:49 AM

Don’t you just hate it when the bad weather interferes with your vacation plans? One I have bought tickets on the Canal holidays and a day before the actual trip I got a phone call telling me the trip will be postponed because of some freaky currents on the water. I was shocked because I couldn’t get anymore free days from work so I told the person on the other end of the line: can’t we go tomorrow and just postpone the currents to another date?

on Apr 29 2008 @ 02:17 PM
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