Friday, June 10, 2005

Mexican Volcano Doing The Work American African-American Volcanos Refuse

What is old is now new again.

SAN MARCOS, Mexico - The Volcano of Fire has rumbled back to life with its strongest eruptions in 20 years, spewing lava and ash clouds that had some residents who remained in their homes Wednesday casting nervous glances at the peak.

Volcano of fire, eh. Original. What's the matter? Volcano of Ice taken?
Seismologist Tonatiuh Dominguez said the increasing frequency of the eruptions and their intensity signaled the volcano was returning to an explosive stage like one that started in 1903 and climaxed with a massive explosion 10 years later that left a 1,650-foot-deep crater at the volcano's peak and scattered ash on cities 240 miles away.
I blame, jointly, Ashcroft, global warming, and Bush's refusal to sign Kyoto.

The Colima state government has been trying to relocate Yerbabuena's residents to safer ground, offering them free land. More than 100 have left in the past two years, but those who remain have declared themselves an independent municipality and refuse to leave.

"Our Mother Earth has no price," said Antonio Alonso Ocegueda, a beekeeper and faith healer. "If there are explosions, our Father Sun will set up magnetic fields and nothing will happen."

Alrighty then. This volcano must be in the Alabama province of Mexico.

The volcano has been very active thus far this year, including six large eruptions in the past few weeks. Mexican President Fox noted that he had offered the job to Mt. St. Helens, among others, but not one American volcano would take the job.

8 Comments:

At 2:42 PM, Anonymous Catfish said...

I have heard that government free cheese is very good and melts fast, Cat

 
At 2:49 PM, Blogger KJ said...

Especially in volcanos.

 
At 2:57 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

The title of that post is incredibly insensitive. I demand that you apologize immediately.

 
At 3:17 PM, Blogger Pile On® said...

Hey, our undocumented volcanoes may not have the best education, but they work hard.

 
At 4:09 PM, Anonymous ethne said...

government cheese (aka welfare cheese) is actually very tasty and it melts better than even Velveeta. I only know this because I knew people on welfare. As for the taste texture and melt ability of government free cheese, I cannot ascertain. It's probably better, but someone is sure to legislate against it.

 
At 5:04 PM, Blogger Jehane said...

Exactly.

And no one should be allowed to move my cheese either. I can't stand it when that happens.

Someone ought to write a book about that - it would make kind of a catchy title.

 
At 6:14 PM, Blogger KJ said...

I am aware of the high quality that is government cheese. That doesn't change anything.

Anything!

 
At 6:52 PM, Blogger Pile On® said...

I reject the premise.

I don't think money sucks, just because I oppose the redistribution of money.

 

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