US weatherman believes Yakuza caused Katrina.

Paranoid Americans!

Scott Stevens, a popular meteorologist who used to work for Idaho TV station KPV1 News Channel Six believes the Japanese mafia, the Yakuza, armed with a Russian made electromagnetic generator, created Hurricane Katrina in a bid to avenge the bombing of Hiroshima in WWII. What’s interesting is not so much that this weatherman believes this theory but, that he is so popular with Americans. Is it something they put into their beef hamburgers?

With worries like that it’s no wonder the majority of US citizens believe climate change scientists are out to get them, to destroy their jobs and their way of life. The G8 summit is obviously doomed to fail on this important matter.

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5 Responses to US weatherman believes Yakuza caused Katrina.

  1. the Grit says:

    Hi,

    Well, a goodly number of us also believe that UFOs are visitors from other planets, that astrology is accurate, and in Global Warming. Go figure.

    the Grit

  2. the Grit says:

    Hi again,

    Sorry, clicked too soon. You also have to keep in mind that a huge percentage of our under 30 population list their primary source of news as The Daily Show, which is a comedy.

    the Grit

  3. matt says:

    So it’s a diet of hamburgers and the Daily Show (which is so unfunny) that has turned the US into a loony bin?

    Maybe it would be easier to nuke the US and start over. Now let me see … what’s the cheapest flight to Tokyo (or maybe I could catch a free ride on a UFO ๐Ÿ™‚ ).

  4. I feel so out of the loop…

    I never heard of this “popular” Scott Stevens, I rarely eat hamburgers, and I’ve never seen the Daily show.

    I do take offense at the loony bin remark.

  5. matt says:

    That’s OK. We like to ‘loop’ people in. ๐Ÿ™‚

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