New York Times : 165 MPH Winds Are The Strongest In History

Identical story as Typhoon Haiyan. Jeff Masters announces 200 MPH hours before landfall. The storm comes in much weaker, but the propaganda lives on forever.

2015-10-23-20-23-15Hurricane Patricia Strikes Mexico With 165 M.P.H. Winds – The New York Times

2015-10-23-20-48-16 2015-10-23-19-26-28

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12 Responses to New York Times : 165 MPH Winds Are The Strongest In History

  1. inMAGICn says:

    Bette Midler? Hey Betty, wake and smell has-been.

  2. tgmccoy says:

    A cat 5 hit the same area in 1959 hmm Bette would’ve been about 20 at the time..

  3. gregole says:

    Weather. Bad weather – but it could have been worse.

    Weather.

  4. Blair says:

    Perhaps Bette and her fellow eco-crusaders should pay a visit to Indonesia where they can protest some real ‘climate changing’ pollution:

    http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/content/indonesia-prepares-war-ships-evacuate-haze-victims

  5. jokin says:

    Nothing dumber than a hooting Hollywood Has-Been/Never Was. I hope the Twitter-verse bombs her account with a healthy dose of reality.

  6. AndyG55 says:

    I assume everyone has seen this 1978 clip from JoNova.

    http://joannenova.com.au/2015/10/ice-age-coming-1978/

    Keep it handy for next time the alarmistas tell you there was no global cooling scare. 🙂

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