Tag: extreme weather

Spoiler alert: The dog survives

Goodbye, Northeast United States, Can We Have Your Stuff?

Hey there, Eastern Seaboard Wonkers, we hear that you're in for a bit of weather. Andrea Mitchell is doing her show in front of a weather radar map, CNN Money is already predicting "Winners and Losers" from the possibly...
It's Banksy, in a canal, with a spray can.

Paul Ryan Pretty Sure Scientists Too Dumb To Be Sure about Global Warming

Paul Ryan one-upped the rest of the Republican Party in a debate against his Democratic challenger Monday night. Most R's have been content to say that they don't have to express an opinion on the reality of climate change...

A Profanity-Free Rebuttal To All The Poor Dears Whose Feewies Got Hurted When We Did The Tornados

Your Wonkette is a Very Influential Blog on the Internet, an enviable position that nonetheless carries with it certain afflictions. For example, we often attract the attention of the sorts of folks who probably don’t get invited to many...

Good News! Massive Killer Tornadoes Just The Normal Kind, Not the Global Warming Kind (Updated)

(See update at end) Blah blah blah, OF COURSE the meteorologist interviewed on MSNBC says today's tornado that flattened Moore, Oklahoma, is the biggest tornado in the history of the planet. HE WAS ON MSNBC, DUH. We have little of...

‘Weather’ On List Of Things GOP Will Not Talk About

Stupid liberals, why must you always be so stupid, introducing LOGIC into discussions that are clearly driven by IDEOLOGY and also: MONEY. See, after the Colorado wildfires burnt up a large portion of Colorado Springs, Democrats thought that it...

Massive U.S. Power Outages To Get Much Worse, More Frequent

Oh, sad face again: Millions are still without power in the U.S. Northeast, for about the fifth time this year. Whether caused by hurricanes, October blizzards, tornadoes, earthquakes or mysteriously unknown reasons, the East Coast has been slammed by...

Your Weather: America Prepares, 2010

From coast to coast, America is getting plenty of winter weather -- and just in time for winter, too. Weather predicting people say these trends may continue all the way to Christmas. Whether this is a "good thing" or...