Tuesday, October 6, 2015

You survived Irene, now buy the T-shirt

Chris Christie's immortal call to shelter will be a souvenir any moment.

You survived Irene, now buy the T-shirt

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Chris Christie's immortal Irene battle cry provided one of the storm's only accidentally humorous moments.

 "Get the hell off the beach, you're done!" he barked. "You've  maximized your tan!" That perfect Christism would make a great  back-to-school, return-to-fall T-shirt. How long before someone makes one?

Also, did you happen to see that Governor Garbo of Pennsylvania actually stepped foot in soggy Philadelphia Sunday night? Miracles happen!

--Karen Heller

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