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    Tropical Storm Don Forms in the Atlantic, Expected to Be Low Energy

    Out in the Atlantic on Monday, a yuge tropical storm with the best wind formed. It’s name? Don.

    The fourth named storm of the season, Don doesn’t appear to be much of a threat, but it has resulted in warnings for Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and St. Lucia. It typically takes much longer in the season to get to the fourth named storm. On average, that doesn’t happen until August 23, according to meteorologist Philip Klotzbach.


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    Yeah, Don seems pretty low energy to me.

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    Low energy? Jeb would've been a more appropriate name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker76 View Post
    Out in the Atlantic on Monday, a yuge tropical storm with the best wind formed. It’s name? Don.

    The fourth named storm of the season, Don doesn’t appear to be much of a threat, but it has resulted in warnings for Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and St. Lucia. It typically takes much longer in the season to get to the fourth named storm. On average, that doesn’t happen until August 23, according to meteorologist Philip Klotzbach.
    Looks like the Atlantic is picking up the Pacific's slack, this is the 4th time since 1950 that a storm hasn't developed by this time!

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    This is NOTHING MORE than the FAKE WEATHER NEWS MEDIA spreading their FALSE and DEMEANING LIES. I will tell you, and people have told me this, many terrific people have told me this, that Tropical Storm Don is one of the best, maybe the most successful tropical storm of ALL TIME. It's called "STAM-INA" and no tropical storm, or any other weather system, has more STAM-INA than Tropical Storm Don, believe me. Just look at those big, strong rainbands. Nobody has stronger rainbands, I can tell you that.

    The real story here, and the FAKE WEATHER NEWS MEDIA will never report on this, is that in 2011 Fugly Hurricane Hilary SHAMEFULLY and DISGRACEFULLY attacked the west coast of Dirty, Stinking Mexico, and completely wiped the Yucatan Peninsula off the map! It's gone! The Yucatan Peninsula is now UTTERLY and COMPLETELY GONE and FAKE NEWS WEATHER CHANNEL refuses to report on that, because they are COMPLETELY DISHONEST, and they know that.

    If you take away all of the CRIMINAL ILLEGAL EVIL IMMIGRANT deaths from all of the other hurricanes, and add in the projected 12-14 million deaths that many brilliant experts are projecting for Tropical Storm Don over the course of the next year, Tropical Storm Don ranks as the NUMBER ONE most powerful weather pattern of ALL TIME.

    NOT SO LOW-ENERGY!

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    My Uncle Don, who passed last year in Florida, was very low energy. Glad they named this storm appropriately.
    If it seems like I am acting stupid, there's probably a good reason for that.

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    Low energy storm Dom, so it's Vin Diesel in the original Fast and Furious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Souls View Post
    Low energy? Jeb would've been a more appropriate name.
    LOL!!! I thought the same thing when I read that.

    please clap.
    Me thinks Chromie has a whole lot of splaining to do!

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    If this thing were to get to Cat 5 and wreck havoc along the coast of these United States, we'd never hear the end of it. Best to change the n in the Don to an m, for Dom. Terretto deserves the credit if this thing were to go rogue.

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    Would actually be kind of funny if the thing turns out to be a monster of a storm and Donny and his lil trumpets take credit for it being HIGH ENERGY. But then it wreaks havoc, displaces thousands and kills a lot of people and then it's too late to say WAIT NO WE DIDNT MEAN IT

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    Expected to be low energy? Guess we have a name for this storm already!

    *cough*JebBush*cough*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deruyter View Post
    Expected to be low energy? Guess we have a name for this storm already!
    Yeah. It's "Don". Probably going to be exhausted very quickly.
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    Maybe we should name all tropical systems after politicians since they are full of hot air and unpredictable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Souls View Post
    Low energy? Jeb would've been a more appropriate name.

    lol...yep!

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    Lol this thread made me laugh, B+.

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    Please clap for Jeb

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    >low energy

    lol, beta cuck.

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    "Hurricane center calls Tropical Storm Don “small” and ″not particularly well organized.”"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydänyö View Post
    Yeah. It's "Don". Probably going to be exhausted very quickly.
    Maybe it can follow real tropical storms in a golf cart?

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    all I can think of is that picture of jeb where the background is the Electoral college all voting for him.

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