Friday, November 10, 2006
Worst Storm Season Ever Thanks To Man-Made Global Warming
Well, why aren't the climate experts making that claim? Because the bad storms are happening on Saturn:
    NASA says its Cassini spacecraft has found a hurricane-like storm at Saturn's South Pole, nearly 5,000 miles across -- or two-thirds Earth's diameter.

    "It looks like a hurricane, but it doesn't behave like a hurricane," said Andrew Ingersoll, a member of Cassini's imaging team at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif. "Whatever it is, we're going to focus on the eye of this storm and find out why it's there."
Maybe it's an ozone hole or something on account of all the CFCs.

And of course FEMA still hasn't moved in to help.

It's the Saturn VUE. I don't care if they call it a "crossover," it's still an Evil SUV.

I don't know, McGehee; I've heard rumors that FEMA debit cards have been used at strip clubs on Triton.

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