Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Out of Office Message



I'm out and about until Friday, so the boss will keep tabs on things while I'm gone. She's tough, so be nice if you comment ;-)

And remember to vote for your favorite New Jersey beach!

And one more thing before I go:



This is not the South Jersey shore, but evidence of why some people might say mean things about NJ's coast. I wouldn't want to go there, either.

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15 comments:

Steve said...

Could have been set in Wildwood though, huh?

Anonymous said...

Ew I am horrified they need to separate North and South Jersey we are by far 2 different states

Jen A. Miller said...

Maybe, Steve, but that's more "senior week and prom parties" at Wildwood, I think...though when in Wildwood, I tend to stick to North Wildwood bars.

Anonymous, you should check out Steve's blog! http://nsjersey.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Just please tell me these people are not going to migrate south towards sea isle and avalon!

Anonymous said...

My Fathers name is Guido, He was born in Northern Italy. It is not very flattering the way his name is used by people. He was a very proud man, Proud to be an American, and served in WWII. Its a name, not an insult.

Babette said...

AAAAaaahhhh!! What a train wreck. I couldn't click away even though I felt dirty watching that...

Anonymous said...

this is OBVI north jersey....South Jerze does not allow these people to our shore..

Anonymous said...

this is why they should blow up NJ and give PA a beach.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, genius, cuz Philly is full of fine upstanding young folks.

Anonymous said...

Hysterical!! Can I facebook that?!! Too funny

Anonymous said...

Hyterical!! Can I facebook that! She just flips out at the end, too funny!

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Bridget said...

omgomgomgomgomggggg it's awfuuuuulllllll.

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Anonymous said...

This could be either end of the beach, north or south. Those of us who live at "the shore" year-round know that 90% of these stereotypes relate to North Jersey, New York, and Philly tourists.