That’s a sign I saw today posted on a telephone pole on my way to work. Ordinarily, under a Hurricane or Tropical Storm watch you see these signs pop up over town near gas stations. The difference here is that this sign was at least twenty blocks away from the nearest gas staton.

Worse part about it is that there were some people already waiting in line and the gas station was closed.

9 thoughts on ““RIGHT LANE FOR GAS…”

  1. At 6:30 AM I drove 25 blocks and found a gas station open with gas. I was in line to fill up my two gas cans for about an hour and fifteen minutes. Filled up, went to get tostadas, pastelitos and a colada. Now, I’ll shower and go into work. Easy!

  2. Check out this story about Cuban fridges – http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/15385366.htm

    ”Don’t think that because we’re in a socialist regime that the fridges are free,” said a religious leader in a coastal city. He asked to remain anonymous as Cuban dissidents and others were warned not to kick up dust during Castro’s illness.

    “Actually, they’re quite expensive. I’m paying the equivalent of $286. My wife and I make about $25 a month. So, like most people, we’re financing it over a 10-year period at 10 percent interest.”

  3. [C-3PO] We’re doomed! [/C-3PO]

    Seriously, though, good luck and stay safe, folks. Still battening down the hatches here in Fort Lauderdale.

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