13 December 2007
A heckuva record
I'm starting to think they should relocate FEMA permanently in Oklahoma, and this reinforces my belief:
This week's winter storm has allowed Oklahoma to set an apparent, if dubious, national record that for presidential disaster declarations for one state in a calendar year.
That's right, folks: eight of 'em, with two and a half weeks left to go in 2007. Duh-worthy observation:
"Most states don't usually have to endure that many disasters," FEMA spokesman Earl Armstrong said.
Like I always say, the most perverse weather this side of Baffin Bay.
Yeah, we gripe about it. And then we clean up the mess and go back to work.Posted at 5:53 PM to Soonerland , Weather or Not