Torrential rains in central Pennsylvania have forced nearly 200,000 people to evacuate. One intrepid Bwog correspondent reports from a river town in Bucks County, PA:
A family of tourists wander down the road onto Main Street, which is almost completely empty except for a few store owners loading their merchandise into moving trucks. The family walks into a store and is prompty shooed out by the owner.
Father: You’re closed?
Store owner: The whole town is closed. We’re trying to get ready for a natural disaster.
Father: Oh. So there aren’t any restaurants open?