Thursday, July 27, 2017

NEWSFLASH!!! KANSAS CITY STAR BLAMES RAIN FOR MORNING FLOODING!!!

Actually, this bit of pseudo-science attempts to put the blame on HUMIDITY AND NOT OLD AND BUSTED KANSAS CITY SEWERS that need an EPA mandated 5 BILLION worth of repair. Take a look for a good laugh:

Here's why Kansas City turned into a 'rainforest' with all that flash flooding

Blame the moist and humid air over Kansas City, as well as the path that the storms took, for all that flooding Thursday. "We had an extraordinary moist and humid air mass in place - not unlike something you may find over the Amazon rainforest," said Andy Bailey, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill, Mo.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Please keep the sarcasm coming--GREAT HEADLINE !

Anonymous said...

I only trust my weather rock and sexy weather girls.

Anonymous said...

Gonna run all night gonna run all day

Anonymous said...

Seems like the " men " on local news that report the weather are all queens , metrosexual TRANNY rats ! Most are news readers , never accurate and wet themselves often . Only exception is Fox 4 news that report the facts of what the weather was , what it is and what it will be ¡! Plus the BOGO is smoking hot !!

Anonymous said...

It makes much more sense than what you said earlier:

Just a bit of local rain...

the sewer system...can't handle even the slightest strain


I mean, telling us a 7" rainfall is "a bit of rain" is just fucking stupid. You're a person of rare intelligence, Tony. It's rare when you show any.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Tony your grip on reality seems tenuous.

Crazy Clown said...

FACT :

It was NOT the RAIN that caused the Flooding,,,,,

I've been thoroughly advised that the flooding was caused by the WATER , NOT the Rain,, at least that's what the KC Liberal Media reporters are claiming,,,,,

Retro ROCKER said...

You know the Developers well sell you or lease you swamp land near state line if they can make a buck. Move to LEE'S SUMMIT 1004 FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL. THE HIGHEST POINT IN MISSOURI.

Anonymous said...

The flooding in that area is an obvious civil / environmental problem. Missouri has a hard enough time maintaining roads let a lone drainage systems. The problem is very fixable / avoidable but requires investment.