BBC Reports On Biblical Shit Storm In Colorado

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Lyons resident Howard Wachtel joked to the Associated Press news agency: “This is more like something out of the Bible. I saw one of my neighbours building an ark.”

I doubt anyone in Lyons actually spells neighbors like that.

BBC News – Thousands warned to evacuate amid Colorado floods

h/t to tom0mason

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10 Responses to BBC Reports On Biblical Shit Storm In Colorado

  1. Wyguy says:

    1st it was Boner, then Chrissy and now it’s the sewers throwing up. /sarc

  2. LLAP says:

    “Neighbours” is how we spell it in Canada. Microsoft Word always reminds me to drop the “u”.

  3. Mike Mellor says:

    Maybe the BBC, or British Broadcasting Corporation, prefers the British spelling to the misguided variants employed by you half-wild rustics in the colonies. 😉

    • Jason Calley says:

      I resent that “half-wild” statement. We. Sir, are completely, precisely and categorically wild.

      (By the way. I live in the US where we do NOT use the “u” in neighbor, but my computer runs Linux, an operating system which for some reason continually tries to force me to use the “u.” Murphy’s Law transcends national boundaries!)

  4. Don says:

    Can you ever trust people who drive on the wrong side of the road? Or call fries ‘chips’ and chips ‘crisps’?

  5. lapogus says:

    Steve, sorry for OT and if you have highlighted this already, another bizarre raid by Feds this time on Alaskan gold-miners –

    (I wonder what would have happened if they had had a pet caribou).

  6. tom0mason says:

    suyts space has some nice graphics about the awful Colorado drought.

  7. MikeTheDenier says:

    I’m currently watching a History Channel program about the extreme current drought in the West and how it may be the beginning of 100 year mega drought. I kid you not.

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