Weather Channel Ends Ban on Hurricane Katrina Jokes; GAME ON

02.04.10 8 years ago 48 Comments

People, look at that. The Weather Channel made a lighthearted reference about New Orleans and a hurricane. Do you know what that means? It means that it’s hurricane season — for jokes! Yes, for too long, our nation has been quietly respectful of the Hurricane Katrina disaster that flooded New Orleans. You might even say that hurricane jokes were imprisoned for years after being wrongfully convicted of murder. But now it’s on, baby. The Weather Channel said so.

The red lines moving to the southeast represent the white people leaving New Orleans for the Super Bowl.

If Hurricane Whodat is comprised of Cajuns arriving from New Orleans, this could be the worst storm to hit Miami since Andrew.


The National Guard is prepared to reinforce the dams with sandbags and Colts fans.

I was gonna buy a luxury suite at the Superdome, but the carpet didn’t match the rapes.

Ironically, the one thing that still needs rebuilding in New Orleans is LSU’s swim team.

In a related story, a man was thrown from a pick-up truck in Hurricane Whodey.

What’s the only thing that runs slower than Peyton Manning? FEMA.

George Bush doesn’t care about Cubans.

Woo-hoo! The Saints are in the Super Bowl! Road trip! I knew this FEMA mobile home would come in handy!

And in soccer news, the San Jose Earthquakes are expected to play in next year’s MLS Cup in Port-au-Prince.

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