Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Need to vent...

I seldom watch the news, or any TV, because I've been so busy but my husband all of a sudden has grown an interest in the workings of a computer...so now that I have to share....I had some time to watch the news. Thought I was able to catch the weather report but I missed it so I tuned in to the weather network, waited for the local forecast, mostly sunny, really? Well that's news to me...Does this look like mostly sunny?


So this is for the weather network, I will gladly work for a fraction of what you are paying the current person to report the weather...I will look out my window and call you with the very latest...I will also wet my finger and hold it up over my head, and report to you which way the wind is blowing, because right now I can tell you that your weather person is blowing it out his arse. My achy bones will also be able to forecast any wet and cold weather coming our way, I'll throw that little bit in for free, my achy bones are only right about 50% of the time...

6 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

"My achy bones will also be able to forecast any wet and cold weather coming our way" - me too, LOL!!

Powell River Books said...

Too funny! I'm still getting used to speaking Canadian English. Arse is such a great word. - Margy

Susan said...

So funny!! You and I are alike! I get so mad at them!! Why bother reporting the weather?

The Hobbit said...

Oh my God!!! You must have the same weather man that we have. We have been hesitant to plan a getaway picnic because of the constant "threat" of violent thunderstorms. Lo and behold not even a drop of rain and there we sat in our backyard. We have decided that weathermen are a blind and clueless group sho take pleasure in seeing how many people will actually swallow their line of crap. Thanks Margaret I feel better now :-)

Anonymous said...

Wow - someone needs a holiday in
Kelowna!
Take it easy and see you soon.
Julie

Mel said...

I deleted the Weather Network from my favorites - it is always wrong. My dogs do a better job of predicting the forecast.