beschizza — 2014-01-27T12:16:32-05:00 — #1
mwiik — 2014-01-27T12:31:37-05:00 — #2
And here I am working on my Piranha Fog screenplay and out-stranged again by truth.
tacochucks — 2014-01-27T13:08:57-05:00 — #3
People with cats can correct me but I call BS on the flying cats story.
Howling wind, rain, hail and 4 cats just happened to stay out in the middle of that mess to get picked up by the wind and spun around 6ft off the ground? All the cats I know would be scrunched up somewhere trying not to get drenched or injured by hail stones.
I don't buy it.
ironedithkidd — 2014-01-27T13:27:01-05:00 — #4
Syfy will pay you middling money for that script!
cowicide — 2014-01-27T16:16:45-05:00 — #5
Ah, reminds me of the great earthquake with radioactive hurricane chaser of 2011 documented by boingboing...
aliceweir — 2014-01-27T16:38:20-05:00 — #6
Nope. Probably not. In places where actual killer tornados happen, cats get picked up usually don't survive it. Wind funnels usually cut a very defined path, so this cat gets picked up, and that one is just fine, this house destroyed, the one next door gets not a scratch. I've actually watched a piano roll end over end across a field while in bed, in a brick house that was simultaneously getting knocked right off its foundations. The house 30 feet away? Nothing. It's a literal freak of nature thing.
purplestater — 2014-01-28T06:57:43-05:00 — #7
Kriste. That triggered my vertigo before I could scroll past it.
beschizza — 2014-02-01T12:16:40-05:00 — #8
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