Happy Tuesday everybody, which in my humble opinion, stinks more than Monday. Tuesday is basically Monday but with all the work you procrastinated on because you whined too much yesterday.
We never procrastinate at AtmoLife however. Yesterday we examined Science Channel’s “hexagonal cloud” and “air bomb” theory for explaining Bermuda Triangle disappearances. AtmoLife furthered the investigation to examine what else these hexagonal clouds could be the culprit for. Some folks were wondering whether or not the ground-breaking research in our article is satire. Unfortunately, it is our editorial standpoint to never disclose any satirical blogging that may occur on this website. That is your adventure, dear reader, to determine for yourself. If you are unhappy with our hard hitting journalism, please allow 7-10 business days for your subscription refund.
The weather itself, on the other hand, is procrastinating in typical early week fashion here in the US, so unfortunately we have no links to provide. The most notable weather event near North America is Pacific Hurricane Seymour, which poses no threat to land. Let’s roast it.
SURE LOOKS LIKE THIS STORM IS HEADING OUT TO SEYMOUR.
WITH A RADIUS THAT SMALL, YOU CAN SEYMOUR BLUE SKIES.
WITH AN EYE THAT OCCLUDED, IT SHOULD BE NAMED SEYLESS.
APPARENTLY SEYMOUR’S A CATEGORY 3, BUT SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS THE WINDS LOOKING RATHER FLACCID.
SEYMOUR IS STEERING AWAY FROM ISLA SOCORRO WHICH LITERALLY TRANSLATES TO AVOIDING HELP.
THERE HASN’T BEEN A LESS COMPETENT SEYMOUR SINCE PRINCIPAL SKINNER ON THE SIMPSONS.
“FEED ME, SEYMOUR.” – PACIFIC OCEAN MARINE LIFE DEPENDENT ON UPWELLING OF MICROORGANISMS
Happy Taco Tuesday, everybody.