Remember When They Talked About Tornadoes For A Couple Of Days?

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5 Responses to Remember When They Talked About Tornadoes For A Couple Of Days?

  1. miked1947 says:

    Way to many lines and to many colors. Multiple choice is not their strong point!

  2. Mike D says:

    I had a work colleague I used to hang out with who was a perfect example of why this works. He and his wife were flaky. I’d be over there and they’d be using baby seal paint (I’m making up products) to paint the house, and I’d say why not use whale blubber paint (made up again) since it works better and is cheaper? Then I’d hear how collecting the whales was destroying the habitat of the 3 toed, cold weather gecko.

    The next time I’d go over there, and they’d be using the whale blubber paint and I’d say aren’t you boycotting that? And they’d have some reason, although many times it was clear they just plain forgot that they had been boycotting.

    It was a never ending stream of the crisis of the moment. Once he literally was trying to tell me about some crisis and forgot what it was and asked his wife, “What was that we were boycotting this week?” He didn’t mean this week since they were always serious about what they were boycotting, but it probably was a week until they changed their mind.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Our alarmist friends tell us that no tornadoes is weird. We need for them to tell us what number of tornadoes is the correct number.

    • Richard T. Fowler says:

      ANY number of tornadoes that is at least ZERO in a given time period is a sign of DANGEROUS CLIMATE CHANGE.

      Happy?

      RTF

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