Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Explanation of Windchill's index

More updates for the blog are coming tonight, if I don't freeze outside when I go to plug the car in. It's going to be -41 with the windchill. What's "windchill" you might ask if you're not from Canada? Well it was invented by Sir. Windston Churchchill as an attack threat index during WWII. The more likely we're to be attacked by the Axis of Evil, the lower the windchill value. Tonight the threat index is high because it's so low, thanks to rumblings from Iran. North Korea is also peeved they've not won any Winter Olympic medals yet too, and have threatened to stop importing James Bond movies to feed to their cattle and starving masses.

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At 11:24 p.m., Anonymous Amanda said...

Yay! Can we nominate cities for the "Smoking Hole In The Ground" status; you know, give the Axis of Evil some sense of direction? I wouldn't mind seeing Vancouver wiped off the map, or at least the lower east side. Estevan could go to, but I would like an Estimated Time of Glazing so that I could evacuate my family and cherished collection of flip-flops.

At 10:55 p.m., Blogger Saskboy said...

Don't worry, Estevan is on the fallout list when North Dakota gets smoked for all their silos that are located there.


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