The Electric Commentary

Friday, September 23, 2005

Insane Weatherman of the Day

Former Idaho weatherman Scott Stevens thinks that the Yakuza caused Hurricane Katrina. He's quit his weatherman gig for Channel 6 to pursue his theory full time:

Since Katrina, Stevens has been in newspapers across the country where he was quoted in an Associated Press story as saying the Yakuza Mafia used a Russian-made electromagnetic generator to cause Hurricane Katrina in a bid to avenge the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima. He was a guest on Coast to Coast, a late night radio show that conducts call-in discussions on everything from bizarre weather patterns to alien abductions. On Wednesday, Stevens was interviewed by Fox News firebrand Bill O'Reilly.

Oh, great. Not only are we getting hit by hurricanes, but our Mafia is also being severely outcompeted. Maybe it's all the fluoride in the water. Or potatoes, it could be potatoes.

(Hat tip, Drudge)


  • So by his logic, his Hurricane Rita retributation for Nagasaki?

    By Blogger dhodge, at 2:10 PM  

  • I thought al Qaeda took responsiblity for Katrina...

    By Blogger Ace Cowboy, at 2:36 PM  

  • This idea never goes away. A lefty paper in Madison, Wisc. advanced the hypothesis that Soviet experiments with large Tesla coils led to the deep freeze of early 1977.

    By Blogger Stephen, at 11:27 AM  

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