Oh the disappointment and disillusionment! Partially to boost ratings, and partially to prop up the Global Warming TM / Climate Change TM hoax, the sick twisted Piranha Press was praying to Satan for a Category 5 megastorm to devastate Florida and kill hundreds of people. For nearly one whole week, Hurrimania captivated the nation and frightened the pants and panties off of Floridians. Even European media led with horror stories about yet another "1000 year storm" with an "unprecedented" range "the size of Texas" -- the barely concealed implication being that manmade CO2 was the culprit.
The opening of this Slimes article was typical:
"Bracing for hurricanes is almost a summer tradition here: the steady, clanking sound of wood banged to windows, the endless lines for bottled water and fuel, the pilgrimages to fortified shelters.
But Irma, which struck Florida’s coastline twice and then tore through the state with a fury, is anything but a run-of-the-mill hurricane."
Actually, Irma was a "run-of-the-mill hurricane" --- having quickly downgraded itself to a Category 2. Now, of course, a hurricane of any category is no joke. But to continue to insist, even after the fact, that Irma was "different," than other hurricanes is a shocking display of Fake News, even by the Slimes standards. More exaggeration:
"It was wider than the peninsula itself."
The average width of the Florida Peninsula is 135 miles (we exclude the continental panhandle). What is so bloody "different" about a storm extending 135 miles? That's only about the distance between New York City and Atlantic City, NJ -- two points which are often affected by the same storms, at about the same time.
"There was hardly anywhere in the state to escape its blustery wrath."
What exactly does "blustery wrath" even mean? We have received several first-hand reports from Floridian readers comparing Irma to a glorified thunderstorm. It's frickin' Florida! Hurricanes happen, hence, the mascot for the University of Miami -- the Miami "Hurricanes." Duh. What was so "different" here?
1. It rained across the "width of Florida" --- oh horrors! 2. The University of Miami doesn't call its football team the "Hurricanes" for nothing.
So, Irma was "different," eh? You want to see "different?" We'll show you something "different." Sugar, fire up the Time Machine and set the date for Labor Day of 1935 / Destination: Miami.
Florida's Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 was the most powerful recorded hurricane ever to make landfall in the United States. The storm caused extreme damage in the Florida Keys, as a storm surge of about 20 feet swept over the low-lying islands. Winds of 185 mph combined with the massive surge destroyed hundreds of structures and completely obliterated the town of Islamorada. Portions of the Florida East Coast Railway were severely damaged or destroyed, and trains were knocked off their tracks. At a time when the area was far less densely populated than today, the storm claimed 423 lives, that we know of. Some of the victims were literally sand-blasted to death --- their clothes and flesh being ripped to shreds by grains of windswept sand. The monster hurricane also caused additional damage in northwest Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. How's that for "different?"
But 1935 was even more "different" than that. Weeks earlier, a Category 2 (like Irma) had hit Bermuda and then made its way far up the Atlantic as a rare extra-tropical storm which stuck New Foundland (northen Canada!). Weeks after the Labor Day disaster, a Category 3 struck Cuba and again grazed Miami. And finally, a very rare November hurricane -- a Category 1 -- again struck Miami. (all here)
Can "youse guys" (New Jerseyese for the plural of "you") just imagine how the breathless Bolsheviks of Sulzberger's Slimes would react today if the city of Miami ever got hit with a Category 5, a Category 3 and a Category 1 November hurricane -- along with a tropical storm hitting as far north as New Foundland -- all in the same year? --- "You see! You see! Climate Change Denier! Climate Change Denier!"
Our "thoughts and prayers" TM go out to those who have indeed suffered property damage and lost loved ones due to the flooding caused by Irma; and we certainly do not mean to mock nor mitigate the situation. Just thank the God whom the Fake Scientists deny that it doesn't look like1935 will be repeating itself in Florida.
TEN MOST POWERFUL RECORED HURRICANES IN U.S. HISTORY[
Category 2 Irma the "Different" was no where even close to this list of 5's and 4's --- only 2 of which (Andrew & Charley) occurred in the modern "warming" era.
Labor Day 1935
Last Island 1856
Florida Keys 1919
Great Miami 1926
Affirmative Action wonderboy TV "scientist" Neil DeGoofy Tyson is evidently as ignorant of Hurricane History as he is of Climate Science.
The Globalists are not going to let go of this Global Warming TM / Climate Change TM hoax. That's for sure. On a separate note, thanks to all of "youse guys" who helped us gather up more than 2,000 E-mails of High School Science teachers across the country. They have each received a very polite E-mail from a fictitious "fellow Science teacher" inviting them to have a look at the Amazon page for "Climate Bogeyman."
Unfortunately, about 90% of the 60 or so reply E-mails that came in were hostile and even hateful, a few were neutral and only two were grateful for the information sent to them. We already knew that American High Schools were infested with idiotic warmist libtards masquerading as "Science" teachers. But even
Sugar and I, er, "The Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York Times was not expecting the level of nasty and juvenile reply hate-mail that arrived in the inbox from these distinguished "educators."
"Liar" -- "Asshole" -- "Trump supporter" -- "Uneducated" -- "Climate Denial" -- "How dare you send this garbage when a hurricane is coming!" -- "There is 98% consensus" -- "I feel sorry for your students." --- blah blah blah.
Goodness gracious! Youse guys with kids had better home-school them if you can.
The world gone mad!
Stupid "scientists" and childish Neil DeGoofy Tyson worshippers now infest the faculties of America's colleges and High Schools --- and we now have the e-mails to prove it.
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that Hurricane Irma was different than other hurricanes.
Boobus Americanus 2: There is definitely something different going on with the climate. Hopefully, Trump will reconsider pulling us out of the Paris Accords.
Sugar: Like there were never any frickin' hurricaness before the automotive revolution! Cheese and crackerss, Boobuss! Your sstupidity is sscary!
Editor: If you think Boobus is dumb as dirt, wait until the current crop of High School / College "science" students comes of age.