How Hurricane Dorian Could Hit Alabama (with a picture)

My simple explanation of what sharpie mark on NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) map means.


Lots of noise about nothing.

What I think has happened (and the following line of events is only the product of my imagination) was that President Trump wanted to know what was the worst possible scenario we could expect to happen with hurricane Dorian.

One of the experts said that if everything will go wrong, there’s a possibility that Dorian will reach south-east areas of Alabama.

President grabbed a black sharpie, and when asking:
Can it move that far?
He drew the line on the map. The expert said:
Yes, it can.

And here we are. The mystery has been untangled. Now we can go back to our boring lives and stop worrying about how government officials in the White House use office supplies.

You can buy Trump sharpie right here.

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2 thoughts on “How Hurricane Dorian Could Hit Alabama (with a picture)

  1. That’s not the map in effect when Trump made the mistaken blooper about Alabama. He’s disengenously using an old map that wasn’t even in effect any more.


    1. George, you’re right. The map used at the press conference was outdated (August 29), he should use something more up to date like, for example, this one (August 31).
      Just as a side note; Why people get upset at the president for being cautious. I always thought that it is better to be safe than sorry.


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