Saturday, November 14, 2009

Rain Delayed


da storm that they've been predicting has arrived in Waikiki, albeit, 2-days later than scheduled. We'll have to wait and see if it decides to hang out in the neighborhood. Have you ever noticed that weathermen on television won't bother to retract or even acknowledge inaccurate forecasts they've made the day before? Based on all available data. Lick your finger and stick into the wind. We were supposedly under storm alert. Make that a disclaimer alert. Every year, the top weathermen and weatherwomen in the nation receive a Golden Umbrella. LOL, made that up. Btw, lately due to some irritating spam on my comment page, I've enabled the word verification (captcha) feature.


On some days, it's a team sport like no other.

7 comments:

Rowena... said...

Batten down the hatches!!

RONW said...

Rowena- seems it's clearing up. However the elevator's out of service in my building.

Ann McLaughlin said...

Check out the pictures on http://www.kauaiworld.com/ - Kaua'i is getting pounded.

OkiHwn said...

I wonder why they need sooooo many weathercasters on the news shows? Also why sooooo many traffic idiots? One who gotta go is the Hagi-idiot!

RONW said...

Ann- 15-inches of rain in a 24-hour period. That's, getting soaked.

Nate- Guy should have transitioned into a newscaster but I guess he was married to Genala. I never liked Genala especially with her open feud with Jade even with on camera. I just know Genala started it all because Jade isn't that sort of person. They'll keep Guy because because he gives a shout out for the surfers in the surf shots by name. Yeah, he acts like an overaged kid on occasions.

Boots in the Oven said...

Wow, that is some serious rain! What's that quote about weathermen? The only profession where they're paid the same if they're right or wrong? Though that may have been economists...

RONW said...

Racheal- hadn't seen your comment unitl today....if Logan's still in the islands, he's probably relayed you the wet weather report by now, although it didn't rain that heavily in Waikiki. They say that economists are the last expert that you should listen to in a bad economy.