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Category: Weather

Topic: Disasters

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    1. During an earthquake are drunks the only people who can walk straight? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. If trailer parks didn't exist would tornadoes exist? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Before they invented freight trains what did tornadoes sound like? (Contributed by T.S. Jones)
    4. Why do people call the cops after an earthquake? (Contributed by Doug Parr)
    5. Why do they give hurricanes names? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    6. Why aren't hurricanes with male names called 'himmicanes'? (Contributed by Tooner)
    7. Why is it that an earthquake 4,000 miles away always seems less of a catastrophe than the first scratch on your new car? (Contributed by Al B.)
    8. Why is it San Andreas fault? Did anyone warn him? (Contributed by Oliver Smith)
    9. Why do we say we're lucky when it's a beautiful summer day and yet call a hurricane an act of God? (Contributed by Howard Walker)
    10. Do you think Noah blamed El Nino for the flood? (Contributed by Bill Edwards)
    11. Can a storm be officially designated as a tornado if it doesn't touch down at a trailer park? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    12. Why does the news always show people crying after a natural disaster destroys their home? Isn't this expected? Wouldn't you be crying too if it happened to you? (Contributed by Randy van der Woning)
    13. Is there anything left that thanks to TV weather people we aren't blaming on El Nino? (Contributed by Marshall Camp)
    14. Why do we name hurricanes but not tornadoes? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    15. We read that volunteers fill sandbags to keep floods at bay, but who empties the sandbags when the flood is over? And where do they put all the sand? (Contributed by Brenda Kownsowski)
    16. If they fill sandbags to keep floods at bay, then why does the flooding always happen around rivers and usually quite a distance from the bays where the rivers open on to? (Contributed by Pat Walter)
    17. Wouldn't it be sorta funny if a tornado hit a wind chime factory? (Contributed by Aaron Packnick)
    18. Wouldn't the safest place to be during an earthquake, be in a stationary store? (Contributed by C.O. Tap)
    19. Why is it when the news shows people sandbagging during a flood, they always hand the bags to each other down a line? Wouldn't it be easier if everybody just grabbed a bag on their own and stacked it? (Contributed by Adam Style)
    20. If you're on a boat in the water can you still feel an earthquake? And if not, then wouldn't the safest place to be during an earthquake be in a bathtub full of water? (Contributed by Don F.)
    21. In earthquakes, does seis matter? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
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