Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Defining hurricanes down, or ...

... How Alberto was blown out of proportion.

We were over at a friend's visiting who happens to have cable (we don't) and I caught Fox's Greta anchor the news from a Florida beach in her yellow raincoat and waiting, waiting, waiting ... I flipped to MSNBC and CNN to check if they were also experiencing Katrina Tremens and it was only a little less chronic, but every one, like the new stories I checked after returning home, were all breezily using the "verging" word.

I'll go out on a limb here because I doubt I'll get blown off of it and say this: AGNES. Until and unless it has that look, don't make me laugh at this reports of early hurricanes or tropical storms. Actually, Alberto might be better said to be the most earliest beneficial storm since 1968's Abby [June 1 to 13].


1 Creaks:

Anonymous Anonymous creaked ...

I had just posted on this subject and then found your item. You're right on the money.

Frank L. --
Common Sense Junction

6/13/2006 7:38 AM  

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