Here is the latest majestic photo of Hurricane Sandy courtesy of NASA, which is bordering on a snuff film company. Sandy is now the largest tropical cyclone on record at 520 nautical miles.
Meteorologists in North Carolina have already recorded sustained winds upward of 50 mph with gusts in the 60 mph range, with waves of 10-15 feet. The coast of Virginia, meanwhile, has experienced a three-foot storm surge.
One notable difference between Sandy and Hurricane Irene, the most recent comparable storm, is that Sandy will post a much bigger risk to those at the "skyscraper level." So, if you know anyone who lives in an penthouse, invite them over. And if you see Donald Trump falling from the sky, move out of the way.