Don’t Watch, Jim — it’s Live from New York

I’m currently livestreaming the webcam from the S. S. Gizneyland, which appears to be berthed at Manhattan’s 79th Street Boat Basin.

As a landlubber, I’ve no idea whether or not the Gizneyland’s in danger, but all that bouncing around just doesn’t look healthy to me. The cap’n of the late Sloop Sunk New Dawn may not want to watch. Just sayin.’

The USS Intrepid’s berthed along the same shoreline, but it’s a mite more stable, as you can see here.

Say, I haven’t heard anything about how Global Warming’s causing this here weather event, have you?

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One Response to Don’t Watch, Jim — it’s Live from New York

  1. dfwmtx says:

    “Say, I haven’t heard anything about how Global Warming’s causing this here weather event, have you?”

    If you haven’t heard, you haven’t been listening. If it’s hot in the summer and cold in the winter, global warming is the cause. The strength of this storm and where it hit is a sure sign that we’ve fucked up the planet’s ecosystem. Natural disasters are only supposed to happen in fly-over country.
    What you haven’t heard during this disaster is what the NYC-bound media ask every time a Gulf Coast/Florida community is devistated by a hurricane, or a town on the banks of the Missisisippi is flooded; “why do people choose to live in such a disaster-prone area?”

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