Plagues upon us

You name it, we got it yesterday: torrential rain — normal May rainfall is 4.65 inches, which we got in a couple of hours — randomly-appearing tornadoes, mostly, as usual, on the southside; and tigers.

Wait, what?

The tigers were rounded up before midnight — they say.

Pharaoh was not available for comment.

(Here be tigers.)


  1. McGehee »

    7 May 2015 · 7:56 am

    Pharaoh, who lives in D.C., has been commenting generally on the demon responsible for these plagues.

    Floods, destruction and man-eating tigers are just detail. Which he’s probably already talked about and been mocked because it happened yet — which is a very silly reason to mock Pharaoh.

    Not that there are any good reasons.

  2. fillyjonk »

    7 May 2015 · 8:58 am

    I would hope the people running the tiger place are capable of counting tigers and determining if one or two are still missing.

    Then again, I wouldn’t do any outdoor grilling in Tuttle for a few days, just to be on the safe side.

  3. CGHill »

    7 May 2015 · 9:08 am

    It’s my understanding that all the critters are accounted for.

  4. SK Waller »

    7 May 2015 · 3:49 pm

    There’s still a camel on the loose in someone’s cow pasture. Well, it WAS Hump Day…

  5. CGHill »

    7 May 2015 · 4:44 pm

    Cow pasture? Like Braum’s, just down the road? ;)

  6. fillyjonk »

    8 May 2015 · 6:50 pm

    New flavor coming soon at Braum’s? (I wonder if camel’s milk is very different from cow’s….)

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