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2013-05-20 06:57:02 PM  

uncleacid: Fox just went from tornado coverage to bashing Obama. What else is new?


tornadobama. it segues so well
 
2013-05-20 06:57:23 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

So very true and correct.


Every time theres a natural disaster we get scads of self taught Einsteins who just earned their internet civil engineering degree 15 minutes prior and  who have spent the entire 15 minutes solving mother nature's hellish conundrums. There are half a dozen in here already who have decided they know how to prevent tornado damage via stricter building codes and higher quality materials. Any second now one will mouth off about building homes out of airliner black boxes if they haven't already done so. Disaster prevention experts I guess.
 
2013-05-20 06:57:23 PM  

Kaeishiwaza: I live in Manhattan and had my home wrecked by Sandy.  When I heard that Senators and Representatives were voting against aid to my area because it was 'pork' I was furious.

Now when a disaster hits Oklahoma, one of the places in the nation where the politicians didn't want to help New York and New Jersey are located, I feel nothing but compassion and a desire to help these people.  They should get immediate aid and I frankly don't care if I have to pay some extra taxes next year or whenever to make sure they're taken care of.

What is wrong with me?


Obviously you are a pinko commie with a hidden agenda.

/ Thanks for the tornado 0blama...
 
2013-05-20 06:57:52 PM  

xynix: ZeroCorpse: I say this because I really do not understand why anyone would risk their lives to live in tornado-heavy or hurricane-heavy areas (especially those beneath sea level). I don't think I  can understand the motivation. All I can do is feel bad for the people who suffer, and wonder why they do this to themselves.

You have $5. You're underemployed like the majority of your neighbors. Regardless it's what you know.. You were raised farming and now you're working in a processing plant and your alternator is acting up AGAIN .. hopefully it lasts until the weekend cause .. . You get paid on Friday and it's currently Monday. Why not move your family to an entirely different state?

You are way out of touch.

You're the type of person who asked why so many people were still in New Orleans when Katrina hit. Well guess what - they didn't have to money to spend 5 nights in a hotel. Most of them don't even have cars much less the money to get out of the area. Much less the money to feed their kids when they did get to some place they had no hope whatsoever to afford.

Out of touch.


And as your productivity has increased every year, your compensation has remained flat, despite management/ownership's compensation having exploded off the map.

/for about 40 yrs now
 
2013-05-20 06:58:48 PM  

megalynn44: How exactly is the helicopter hovering over the rescue effort helping them hear cries for help?


It's not over the rescue effort, they just have some really awesome lenses.
 
2013-05-20 06:58:55 PM  
Houston News @abc13houston 1m

Most recent injury report from #OKC #tornado: 33 patients (30 adults, 3 kids), 10 critical, 10 serious, 12 either fair or good
 
2013-05-20 06:59:00 PM  

mikaloyd: tinfoil-hat maggie: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

So very true and correct.

Every time theres a natural disaster we get scads of self taught Einsteins who just earned their internet civil engineering degree 15 minutes prior and  who have spent the entire 15 minutes solving mother nature's hellish conundrums. There are half a dozen in here already who have decided they know how to prevent tornado damage via stricter building codes and higher quality materials. Any second now one will mouth off about building homes out of airliner black boxes if they haven't already done so. Disaster prevention experts I guess.


Why don't they build the ENTIRE PLANE out of the black box!!
 
2013-05-20 06:59:12 PM  

ZeroCorpse: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

Bullshiat.

I've lived in Michigan 42 years. I've seen one tornado and it didn't do much damage. We never have hurricanes. We get tiny little earthquakes once every 40 years or so (and they don't do anything). We have no real threat of wildfires (the U.P. does, sometimes, but not the main "mitten"-- It's too wet here.) and floods don't tend to do too much damage (we get them, but they drain into the big lakes pretty quickly). Droughts are rare, and even if they happen we have GIANT LAKES surrounding us. We never want for water.

Winter's not so bad. We get blizzards, but they don't usually destroy houses and flatten cities.

We have a few dangerous animals: Bears, pumas, hawks, brown recluse spiders, black widow spiders, and wolves, mainly... but they avoid people.

Detroit's dangerous because of the people, but as I said, that's not a smart place to live, either.

Name a natural disaster and I'll tell you how little it happens in Michigan (if ever). I'm sure Ohio can state the same, as can Wisconsin for the most part. We all get pretty similar weather. I guess Ohio, being a touch warmer and more south, has gotten a few tornadoes, but nothing like what you see in Kansas or Oklahoma. Not the kind that hit several times a year in the same general area, wiping whole towns off the map.

I'm sorry, but there's a difference between the risk of danger in tornado alley, and the risk of danger in a place that ISN'T in tornado alley or the hurricane zones.

Is there danger in my state? Sure. Of course. But nothing like you see in tornado alley. Nothing like they suffered in New Orleans. Nothing that has-- as yet-- destroyed a whole town.

Unless, again, you're talking about the economy-- Then yes, Flint and Detroit were destroyed the slow, dirty way.

I'm not trying to insult people here. I'm asking a legitimate question: If you have five town-killing tornadoes in your area within a few years, why would you stick around? Isn't the writing on the wall?


You're right. Everyone in my area should immediately sell their houses... but to whom, since no one will move in? We'll just shut down Redstone Arsenal while we are evacuating the area. Also, all of those arable acres won't get farmed.

/from Alabama
//we have plenty of tornadoes
///all you can do is take precautions and try to live where they don't hit quite as often

////also a storm shelter is the first major upgrade we are doing to our house, but we can't farking afford it right now
 
2013-05-20 06:59:41 PM  

Di Atribe: netizencain: It doesn't take an expert to build a farking tornado shelter in a public building. So yes, explain to me the logic of electing to not do the right thing. Go ahead... you're the expert.

That's not what you asked. You asked why people get into a hallway, but I guess what you're really asking is why aren't safe rooms built into public buildings.

Try convincing a bunch of GOP faithful that they should cough up extra tax dollars to build a safe room in all public buildings for a once or twice in a lifetime event. Sure, at this point, it might be easy, but let's talk about it in a few months when the devastation isn't so fresh. For the types of tornadoes that USUALLY form (F2, F3), an interior room can keep you safe (including hallways). No outer walls, no windows. An interior room with plumbing is even better.

I'm no expert. But I've lived in Tornado Alley my entire life & I've got a degree in EM. I don't think I'm the final say, but I probably have studied situations like this more than you have.


I live in central Missouri and after Joplin they changed the policy from the kids going into the hall to the kids going into the bathroom (which is concrete walls on all sides), but they don't have any underground shelters in our local schools.

When it comes down to it in the small school district where my mom works- the people approve the tax measure that builds each new school, and they don't approve enough money to have extras like an underground shelter.

These guys are on the news now but make sure to remember them months and months and years down the road when they need volunteers to remove debris, etc. Oh and how about we not just shower the victims in teddy bears?
 
2013-05-20 06:59:47 PM  

ZeroCorpse: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

Bullshiat.

I've lived in Michigan 42 years. I've seen one tornado and it didn't do much damage. We never have hurricanes. We get tiny little earthquakes once every 40 years or so (and they don't do anything). We have no real threat of wildfires (the U.P. does, sometimes, but not the main "mitten"-- It's too wet here.) and floods don't tend to do too much damage (we get them, but they drain into the big lakes pretty quickly). Droughts are rare, and even if they happen we have GIANT LAKES surrounding us. We never want for water.

Winter's not so bad. We get blizzards, but they don't usually destroy houses and flatten cities.

We have a few dangerous animals: Bears, pumas, hawks, brown recluse spiders, black widow spiders, and wolves, mainly... but they avoid people.

Detroit's dangerous because of the people, but as I said, that's not a smart place to live, either.

Name a natural disaster and I'll tell you how little it happens in Michigan (if ever). I'm sure Ohio can state the same, as can Wisconsin for the most part. We all get pretty similar weather. I guess Ohio, being a touch warmer and more south, has gotten a few tornadoes, but nothing like what you see in Kansas or Oklahoma. Not the kind that hit several times a year in the same general area, wiping whole towns off the map.

I'm sorry, but there's a difference between the risk of danger in tornado alley, and the risk of danger in a place that I ...


How closely are you paying attention to what goes on in Michigan?  There are tornadoes every year.
 
2013-05-20 06:59:47 PM  
Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.
 
2013-05-20 06:59:55 PM  
Man waiting to pick up mail at what was his brother's house.  Must be expecting Social Security check?

i.huffpost.com
 
2013-05-20 07:00:07 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

So very true and correct.


Well, there's places where you should expect disasters on a recurring basis and others where it's not a routine thing. But that's about it, given enough time something will probably happen eventually.
 
2013-05-20 07:00:08 PM  
Wow. Woman on Santa Fe going into labor.
 
2013-05-20 07:00:15 PM  
7 month old among the dead.
 
2013-05-20 07:00:37 PM  
They're gonna need dogs, night vision, infrared.....running outa daylight.
 
2013-05-20 07:00:45 PM  
Chris Matthews is dying on live TV so the day isn't all bad.
 
2013-05-20 07:01:31 PM  

Bunny Deville: ////also a storm shelter is the first major upgrade we are doing to our house, but we can't farking afford it right now


What kind of money are we talking about for some minimal-but-sufficient structure like that?  Just curious.

/have always had a basement to rely on
 
2013-05-20 07:01:36 PM  
ain't no more moore there no more?

sad

i expected one yesterday but the sky was forgiving.
 
2013-05-20 07:01:48 PM  
Does anyone know what is going on with these storms down in Texas, around Comanche and Stephenville?

/Have family I like in Stephenville
 
2013-05-20 07:02:02 PM  

ZeroCorpse: We never have hurricanes


To be totally fair, sometimes the "storm that was a hurricane" will head up our way and give us a few days of rain and Sandy gave us nice 50 MPH winds that almost knocked out the power.   But yes, MI is fairly secure natural disaster-wise as long as you know where it floods and don't build on clay soil (unless you like having your entire yard be a natural moat for 2 months and then too dry to keep grass alive on after that).

/Heck, MI is far enough away from New Madrid that it'll suck, but it probably won't wipe out the entire state like it will in MO and IL.
 
2013-05-20 07:02:18 PM  

Evil Canadian: ontariolightning: ZeroCorpse:
When do you finally say "F♠ck this shiat!" and move to Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, or some place where you don't see frequent tornadoes and hurricanes?

Detroits been hit by 6 tornadoes as has Windsor Ontario.
Kentucky gets its share..

Wisconsin has had some really bad ones. Ontario occasionally gets a really bad one as well.


Again: It's not that it happens. It's that it happens  frequently in these areas, whereas in Ontario, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, etc. it doesn't happen frequently, like clockwork, every year.

We can almost count on a few towns in Oklahoma and Kansas being destroyed every year. Is anyone debating this is a fact? So far, the only town in Michigan that has been even close to as severely damaged by a tornado in the past 20 or so years has been Dexter, and that was a surprise.

I've seen tornado damage in Michigan, certainly. I've lived through two of them, at least... But they're nothing like the ones down in Oklahoma and Kansas.

There's a reason stormchasers hang out in those parts of the country, and not in Wisconsin or Ontario.
 
2013-05-20 07:02:28 PM  

gameshowhost: xynix: ZeroCorpse: I say this because I really do not understand why anyone would risk their lives to live in tornado-heavy or hurricane-heavy areas (especially those beneath sea level). I don't think I  can understand the motivation. All I can do is feel bad for the people who suffer, and wonder why they do this to themselves.

You have $5. You're underemployed like the majority of your neighbors. Regardless it's what you know.. You were raised farming and now you're working in a processing plant and your alternator is acting up AGAIN .. hopefully it lasts until the weekend cause .. . You get paid on Friday and it's currently Monday. Why not move your family to an entirely different state?

You are way out of touch.

You're the type of person who asked why so many people were still in New Orleans when Katrina hit. Well guess what - they didn't have to money to spend 5 nights in a hotel. Most of them don't even have cars much less the money to get out of the area. Much less the money to feed their kids when they did get to some place they had no hope whatsoever to afford.

Out of touch.

And as your productivity has increased every year, your compensation has remained flat, despite management/ownership's compensation having exploded off the map.

/for about 40 yrs now


Hey, leave ZeroCorpse alone.  He has a point.  We should forcefully remove all people and all industries from areas where there are earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes and relocate them to those areas where there are none of those.  Makes sense to me.
 
2013-05-20 07:02:30 PM  
Water Treatment Plant in southwest #OKC has been damaged and not operating.. DONT USE WATER..in southwest
 
2013-05-20 07:02:44 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.


probably just slightly more than us.
but not by much.
 
2013-05-20 07:02:50 PM  

skozlaw: K-3 they're finding kids alive in the rubble.


Thank goodness.
 
2013-05-20 07:02:55 PM  

gameshowhost: Bunny Deville: ////also a storm shelter is the first major upgrade we are doing to our house, but we can't farking afford it right now

What kind of money are we talking about for some minimal-but-sufficient structure like that?  Just curious.

/have always had a basement to rely on


5 grand for the basic model, but I want an under the garage safe room. That'll run quite a bit more. I'll probably settle for a bigger basic model so I can invite the neighbors over.
 
2013-05-20 07:03:04 PM  

ZeroCorpse: First, condolences to those struck by this disaster.

Second, WHY THE HELL DO PEOPLE STILL LIVE IN OKLAHOMA?

Seriously, whenever I hear about a place getting beat to hell by nature, it's Oklahoma, Kansas, southern Indiana, and New Orleans. I'm not just talking about normal disaster weather like you'd get in the gulf, but the kind of weather that destroys whole cities... Always, it's these places.

And yet people still move there. They still live there. They get hit by a tornado or hurricane, and they just rebuild and wait for the next one.

When do you finally say "F♠ck this shiat!" and move to Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, or some place where you don't see frequent tornadoes and hurricanes?

My sympathies to those affected, but if this is your third or fourth tornado in the area around where you live, shouldn't you be reconsidering your homestead ideals?

If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.



Cheesehead here, sorry we get tornadoes too.

http://www.erh.noaa.gov/cae/svrwx/tornadobystate.htm
 
2013-05-20 07:03:11 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.


a cave is very useful in a tornado
 
2013-05-20 07:03:28 PM  
Wave of people walking into Briarwood. Haven't locked down the neighborhood.

Ffs people. Let the first responders work.
 
2013-05-20 07:04:12 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.


No kidding. we have technology, and are just as helpless.
 
2013-05-20 07:04:20 PM  

candiru.fish: Does anyone know what is going on with these storms down in Texas, around Comanche and Stephenville?

/Have family I like in Stephenville


If you don't already have one, create a Twitter account and search for those two words. There are updates being posted periodically about them. Hasn't been much chatter in about 30 minutes from either, though.
 
2013-05-20 07:04:23 PM  
Goderich Ontario had an F3 in 2011
 
2013-05-20 07:04:24 PM  

mr lawson: Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.

probably just slightly more than us.
but not by much.


At least now we understand the science and have radar and such.
 
2013-05-20 07:05:05 PM  

mikaloyd: tinfoil-hat maggie: megalynn44: ZeroCorpse: If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

This is retarded. There is nowhere you can live where you will be guaranteed safe from natural disaster. Storms, fire, earthquakes, landslides, flooding, blizzard, tsunami, yada yada yada. I get massive eye roll when people spout this "just move" bullshiat.

So very true and correct.

Every time theres a natural disaster we get scads of self taught Einsteins who just earned their internet civil engineering degree 15 minutes prior and  who have spent the entire 15 minutes solving mother nature's hellish conundrums. There are half a dozen in here already who have decided they know how to prevent tornado damage via stricter building codes and higher quality materials. Any second now one will mouth off about building homes out of airliner black boxes if they haven't already done so. Disaster prevention experts I guess.


It already happened, earlier in the thread.
 
2013-05-20 07:05:25 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.


They never happened because they didn't have the global warming back then.
 
2013-05-20 07:05:57 PM  

gameshowhost: Evil Canadian: ontariolightning: ZeroCorpse:
When do you finally say "F♠ck this shiat!" and move to Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, or some place where you don't see frequent tornadoes and hurricanes?

Detroits been hit by 6 tornadoes as has Windsor Ontario.
Kentucky gets its share..

Wisconsin has had some really bad ones. Ontario occasionally gets a really bad one as well.

No doubt on WI. We've seen a few nasty ones near Madison in my lifetime and  '84 Barneveld essentially destroyed the entire town in one fell swoop.

/used to drive by Barneveld all the time


Wife tells me about Barneveld all the time. I am not sure but I think she lived in Madtown at the time. Huge deal. I recognize that OK and KS and other states are at huge risk of storms, it's not like they don't happen all over. Heck, even my hometown in Northern Ontario got smacked by an F3 once. There were fatalities.
 
2013-05-20 07:05:58 PM  

Bunny Deville: gameshowhost: Bunny Deville: ////also a storm shelter is the first major upgrade we are doing to our house, but we can't farking afford it right now

What kind of money are we talking about for some minimal-but-sufficient structure like that?  Just curious.

/have always had a basement to rely on

5 grand for the basic model, but I want an under the garage safe room. That'll run quite a bit more. I'll probably settle for a bigger basic model so I can invite the neighbors over.


Not exactly an insignificant amount of money.
 
2013-05-20 07:06:09 PM  

meyerkev: But yes, MI is fairly secure natural disaster-wise


<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1953_Flint_%E2%80%93_Beecher_torna do ">1953 Flint-Beecher tornado</a>
 
2013-05-20 07:06:17 PM  

Bontesla: Time Lapse Video of OKC Tornado


Good goddam.
 
2013-05-20 07:06:30 PM  

ontariolightning: Goderich Ontario had an F3 in 2011


I live in the northeast and we don't have any single threat, but we still get the occasional tornado, hurricane, blizzard and/or heat wave and, in combination, they kill many people. They just do it in a slower, less spectacular fashion so it doesn't really occur to people it's happening.
 
2013-05-20 07:06:32 PM  
Moore hospital still blocked by cars. They're trying to clear it out
 
GBB
2013-05-20 07:06:38 PM  
Looting a hospital... awesome
 
2013-05-20 07:06:43 PM  
CNN tweeting six confirmed dead.
 
2013-05-20 07:07:14 PM  

The Downfall: At least now we understand the science and have radar and such.


I like to think that, too. But then I inevitably think that if I'm ever caught in one my last thoughts probably aren't going to be about how the thing that is throwing me at breakneck speed into a tree is formed.

They're probably going to be "oh sh*t oh sh*t I don't want to die oh god that tree branch is in me urk"
 
2013-05-20 07:07:32 PM  

schief2: meyerkev: But yes, MI is fairly secure natural disaster-wise

<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1953_Flint_%E2%80%93_Beecher_torna do ">1953 Flint-Beecher tornado</a>


Wow, way to screw up my formatting, Fark. Link still works, at least.
 
2013-05-20 07:07:44 PM  

skozlaw: candiru.fish: Does anyone know what is going on with these storms down in Texas, around Comanche and Stephenville?

/Have family I like in Stephenville

If you don't already have one, create a Twitter account and search for those two words. There are updates being posted periodically about them. Hasn't been much chatter in about 30 minutes from either, though.


Great suggestion, thanks!
 
2013-05-20 07:07:45 PM  

Captain Steroid: ZeroCorpse: First, condolences to those struck by this disaster.

Second, WHY THE HELL DO PEOPLE STILL LIVE IN OKLAHOMA?

Seriously, whenever I hear about a place getting beat to hell by nature, it's Oklahoma, Kansas, southern Indiana, and New Orleans. I'm not just talking about normal disaster weather like you'd get in the gulf, but the kind of weather that destroys whole cities... Always, it's these places.

And yet people still move there. They still live there. They get hit by a tornado or hurricane, and they just rebuild and wait for the next one.

When do you finally say "F♠ck this shiat!" and move to Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, or some place where you don't see frequent tornadoes and hurricanes?

My sympathies to those affected, but if this is your third or fourth tornado in the area around where you live, shouldn't you be reconsidering your homestead ideals?

If it were me, I'd get the fark out of New Orleans, Oklahoma, Kansas, or anywhere in tornado alley or hurricane zones that are below farking sea level. I'd also not live anywhere near the banks of the Mississippi River, or near the parts of California that are set ablaze every damned year.

The gas is cheap and the drugs are AWESOME.


Yup, everything is cheap so we have a lot more money for traveling a and DRUGS.
 
2013-05-20 07:08:10 PM  

J. Frank Parnell: Contrabulous Flabtraption: Imagine how totally terrifying tornadoes were to early humans.

They never happened because they didn't have the global warming back then.


I want to put you on ignore for your dumb, trolly comment.... but I clicked your profile and you have a still from Repo Man.... now I'm conflicted.
 
2013-05-20 07:08:25 PM  
I just don't understand why we don't drop a low-yield nuclear warhead where the funnel cloud starts to form, thereby disrupting it and saving the region from a destructive tornado.  I mean I'm not even a saientist and the solution is obvious.
 
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