#rsrh Giant oily super-hurricanes of DOOM.

(Via AoSHQ) So, CNN wants you to know that SOMETHING COULD HAPPEN:

A predicted busy hurricane season this summer is on a collision course with an unprecedented oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the results are anyone’s guess, weather experts say.

…and then they proceed to guess the three or four worst-case scenarios, ranging from destruction of the undersea life to and oily super-hurricane of DOOM aimed straight at Haiti. Which, admittedly, is a possible scenario; that it’s also a scenario guaranteed to increase hitcount for CNN is not really addressed.

And, shoot, it worked, didn’t it?

Moe Lane

3 thoughts on “#rsrh Giant oily super-hurricanes of DOOM.”

  1. A hurricane would act like a dispersant. Sort of like a chemical dispersant without the chemical. But that concept would not further the Narrative and so much be suppressed.

  2. Agree with the dispersant angle. If you have been through hurricanes you know that once it settles things get really clear in the water. I guess it’s like supper rinse cycle or something.

    Hurricane is probably the best we can hope for about now.

  3. A hurricane would indeed give the marsh a good scrubbing. Mother Nature will do her thing, and a year from now, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any evidence of this thing.

    Mrs. James Carville was lamenting on CNN the other night that the oil is killing off the marsh and large patches are floating off into the Gulf. Really.

    And for those of you who’ve never vacationed at Grand Isle, the photos of the beach from the Pres’s visit yesterday would be nearly indistinguishable from Memorial Day weekend, last year. Destin, it ain’t.

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