Here’s the thing:
This dude in Idaho claims that Katrina was in fact the doing of Japanese gangsters known as the Yakuza.
Yep. Apparently, the Japanese, still harboring a bit of resentment over Hiroshima, hooked up with the Russians and acquired this electromagnetic-generator-ground-based-microwave-transmitter thing that is alleged to crate hellish weather systems at the touch of a button in specific locations selected by the user.
Apparently the Russians invented the storm-creating technology back in 1976 and sold it to others in the late 1980s, and is now the property of the Yakuza.
Damn…I slept too long. Aimed for a post-work-30-minute-catnap that turned in to a 2.5 hour snooze that was finally disrupted by my dogs realizing that it was indeed dinnertime and that I had slept quite long enough.
They are in fact correct, but I will not let them know this.
So thanks to this new information we have enough intelligence to know that if there is another hurricane on the gulf coast, it will not be Sue or Amy or Bobbagadoosh…it will be…
The name will drive fear into the hearts of millions.
You have been warned.
Postscript: If this Yakuza theory turns out to be indeed accurate, I will feel like a complete asshole, and will promptly submit a retraction-blog.