Monday, May 23, 2011


Oh sure, part of the evidence of climate change are more powerful I guess Steve Doocy will be short of 'what global warming?' jokes this morning.

Tornadoes tore through parts of the U.S. Midwest on Sunday, killing at least 30 people in the Missouri town of Joplin and causing one death in Minneapolis as well as causing extensive property damage.

The Joplin deaths came from a powerful tornado that plowed through the southwestern Missouri town of some 50,000 people late on Sunday afternoon...

"We have heard up into the over-100 (range), but ... I don't think anyone has a good count right now," he said of the casualties. He also said that 11 bodies had been recovered from just one location.


Montag said...

Oh, hell, Camping's now saying, "tornadoes, tornadoes, not earthquakes, no earthquakes, okay? Tornadoes!"

pansypoo said...

so only joplin got raptured?

Harry R. Sohl said...

But, don't you remember? It snowed in Washington DC in the winter last year.

Oops, I think my ass is bleeding from making another Doocy.

~ Harry R. Sohl