Julie Klausner, The Fug Girls, Tracy Morgan + More Tweet About Hurricane Sandy
A roundup of Tweets from some of our favorites Tweeters in the past 24 hours.
Like so many New Yokers, Julie Klausner is without water or power ... and somehow made it funny. We'd be crying in the corner.
No power nor zombies at Ice T 's.
Vinny from Jersey Shore is using his nana's Internet.
Alec Baldwin was in the dark and not in the mood for jokes.
Big Ang was there for all of her fellow Staten Islanders in need.
Of course, The Onion was in the mood for so many jokes. They've really been on fire the past 24 hours.
The Fug Girls schooled Piers Morgan about putting CNN reporters outside, in harm's way yesterday afternoon.
One of the upsides to Sandy? DKNY PR Girl hits the nail on the head.
Lucky magazine's John Januzzi was doing what the rest of us were doing yesterday.
Others, like the NY Times David Carr, made it their mission to head to the office (and charge their phones).
The hurricane gave NotTildaSwinton an opportunity to let her skeleton breathe.
Sandy's wind's may have crippled New York City, but they didn't mess with Kayvon Zand's aerodynamic coif.
Retta gave us and HuffPostStyle some Netflix recommendations.
Wish we were hanging in the Chill Zone with Elizabeth Spiridakis last night...
AndrewWK was so mad at Sandy for cancelling his Halloween party tomorrow night that he called her by her Christian name.
Tanlines don't have great hunkering instincts.
Somebody should check on Tracy Morgan.
We saw this Tweet from Neil Patrick Harris last night after drinking wine for like 7 hours and got a little misty. (Don't judge us.)
MoMA PS1's Klaus Biesenbach wondered why Prometheus got such nasty reviews (we liked it too).
Bevvy Smith took comfort in the NBC peacock.
Ruth Bourdain crossed her fingers for an artisanal olive oil uprising. And the streets shall run with Gorgonzola!
Sean Avery and Casey Neistat were storm chasing.
Don't ask Ladyfag if she's alive.
Everyone can rest easy, Ramona Singer got in a relaxing yoga sesh this morning.