Here Comes the Story of the Hurricane

Here Comes the Story of the Hurricane

Here Comes the Story of the Hurricane

by Steve Napierski to Comics

Last weekend, the eastern seaboard of the United States was hit by hurricane Irene. Overall, Irene was a pretty tame hurricane as far as property damage goes. Still one thing that Irene did do was to knock out the power for over a million people [1] including myself.

I’m fortunate. Though my power was out for thirty-six hours, it’s back on now and besides the food in my refrigerators spoiling I had no other property damage. The problem is without any electricity my ever wobbly and already shaky juggling act of time for family, career, freelance and webcomics took a major nosedive.

Luckily with Labor Day being Monday this is a three day weekend. My hope is that that extra day should be enough to get me back on track with everything. Regardless, I wasn’t too keen on leaving the latest installment of the Non-Regulation Poké Balls on the front page for more than a week. So I quickly through this together as an alternative.

And don’t forget to actually scroll down the home page to see other various content that I’ve found from the net.

  • hobocrow

    i think this logic applies to literally any game on the internet, not just facebook games

    • Kirdex

      What about the NSFW games?

  • Wraithen

    My first comment ever because I want to save you from facebook games.

    So is Minecraft.

  • Stan

    When it comes to procrastinating at work, just do what I do: visit DuelingAnalogs for entertaining news!

    Oh, wait…

  • Shawn

    What’s happened to this site lately? All I ever see now are re-postings of older comics and filler comics like today. I miss the old site…

    • Steve Napierski

      Yeah, things will be back to normal on Monday. We’ll be back to twice a week updates then.

  • Otis McNutt

    All we got where I live, Enfield Connecticut was some rain and wind but we still lost power, for 15 hours. I’m woefully under prepared for another hurricane. That’s why I bought candles, batteries, lantern and a crank radio (with built in flashlight and cell phone charger). Thank you Amazon!

    • Delta

      We didn’t lose power in Vernon at all, but a lot of folks around us did. Lot of downed trees and closed roads that evening as I drove around.

  • Jack C.

    he’s using facebook that makes him stupid! lulz good joke.