Wednesday, August 23, 2006


The 2006 hurricane season seems to be brewing after a pleasant break from last season's horror. All snark aside, you'd think the combination of the Katrina debacle plus upcoming midterm elections would mean a strong response should this, or another monster, make landfall in a major population center.

But I've learned to expect the unexpected from our officials.

(Note: the storm in the picture is not Tropical Storm Debby. Or maybe it is. But if so, I'm not aware of it.)


Blogger DED said...

It's not Debby. She isn't as organized as the storm in the photo is.

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Mike said...

You see, this is why I knew that disclaimer was not only recommended, but necessary.

And you're right, that Debby is such a flake, I tell you. She couldn't organize a convention of people suffering from OCD.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Alan P. said...

The strong government response has been made. They are refining gasoline at a high rate to keep prices low before the election. If the big one hits they'll say: "See how smart weeuns is?"

1:42 PM  
Blogger DED said...

I'm not too sure we're gonna have a big one this year. The Atlantic's been too quiet.

12:32 PM  

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