Burma 'Gone with the Wind', suggests Telegraph
Cyclone orphans - the musical
Those among you who like a light bit of "unfortunate juxtaposition of content and advertisements" will certainly enjoy this offering from Friday's Telegraph, demonstrating that once you've booked those ads in, there's really no going back:
Thanks to Craig Frier for the heads-up.
Is it written anywhere on the McD's advert "Supersize me !!" ??
@Martin - you were right originally. They are almost always weak, pathetic things !! It's when the windspeed get to about 100 mph that one starts to get a trifle worried and windspeeds of 150 mph are definitely not unheard of !!
I was in HK once when it was hit directly by a big typhoon. The eye actually passed right over my flat. There were two tall buildings in its path that was supposedly typhoon-proof. One lost some 60% of its windows and the other lost some 70% of its windows, smashed and then sucked out by the vortex. The good news was that the more damaged building was the tax HQ and LOTS of filled-in tax return forms were sucked out and turned to mush. There was general rejoicing at that news !!
Maybe "tis an ill wind that blows nobody any good" but this trifling, 120 mph wind blew some people some good !!
Of 2 roadside billboards in town here where I work.
The first was for the Lottery, and was of a REALLY HUGE BIG FAT MASSIVE (get the picture) person, with some tiny writing about winning the lotto.
RIGHT next to it (almost impossible to differentiate) was a sign for Macdonalds, next turn the left.
I don't have a photo of it, but it was up for a few months.
Be afraid, be very afraid.