PHILADELPHIA, PA – Once again, the Chaos Cloud has shifted its sights and has settled over the City of Brotherly Love.
First Ohio, then Indiana, and now Pennsylvania. The path has not been straight, which is causing much speculation on its intentions.
Nancy Burke, CNN’s Political Weather Analyst, said on air this morning, “This cloud definitely has some kind of agenda. I’m not saying it’s liberal or conservative, nothing like that. The weather has been fairly non-partisan throughout recorded history.”
When asked by Heidi Collins, CNN Newsroom anchor, what may come next, Nancy replied, “It left Toledo and Indianapolis unharmed, so Philly should be okay for now. But did you know the Cloud is made of dust particles from space? How can we predict how something so… unearthly will act?”
Nancy and Heidi stared ominously at the camera for a few seconds, before Nancy went on to report about a chimp that can ride a Segway.
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2 thoughts on “CHAOS CLOUD MOVES TO PENNSYLVANIA”
I saw the Chaos cloud heading for my hometown in Virginia. I am worried it will cause damaged. Hopefully the Chaos Cloud officially endorses Obama before Tuesday, or I will fear for the wrath of the Chaos Cloud.
Experts believe the chaos cloud is composed of particles spawned near the event horizon of a black hole(a form of what's called Hawking Radiation)that have been distorted by mangled information spewed from the hole.A super-massive black hole lies about 28,000 light-years from Earth at the center of our galaxy.