Monday, April 16, 2012


Dude, some of these tornadoes were massive. Tornado and Outbreak are two words that should never be allowed next to each together.


  1. Two observations/questions:

    1)"Large, violent tornado on the ground!"
    I just wonder how many times you can describe a tornado on the ground and leave out or replace the words "large" and "violent" with other adjectives...and what the hell would they be!?!

    2)The tornado is referred to as "she". Are they all? ...and if not, how do you tell the difference?

  2. Yeah, H.B., when is a tornado on the ground not going to be described as large or violent? When is it going to be "hardly worth mentioning" and "not much of a bother to anyone"?

    I don't like this business of tornadoes being called "she" I'll tell you that right now.

  3. Thanks for these. Really cool. Can't imagine getting that close, esp. on purpose!
    I should have turned off the sound on the first one. That guy is really obnoxious.