Wednesday, April 20, 2011

No Place Like Home

One of the local rags writes up the completely not-climate-change-related plague of tornadoes infesting the US.  "The tornadoes affected cities and towns from Oklahoma to North Carolina," says the caption.  This photo is, of course, Park Slope, Brooklyn, taken last September - but hey, close enough. All those gringo towns look alike.




4 comments:

Charles Pergiel said...

Now how in the world did you figure that out? Or was it just luck that you had seen the picture earlier? Still, a masterful piece of sleuthing.

Burro Hall said...

Our highly-paid research staff doesn't miss a thing. Also, we lived in Brooklyn for 10 years.

Mexfiles said...

Hey, you've seen one tornado, you've seen 'em all. But, then, seeing one is one more than enough.

Fnarf said...

Also, row houses in "Oklahoma" are rather thin on the ground.