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Houston right now? It’s bad. Real bad. I mean, we’ve got old men driving their Priuses directly into floods and barely escaping. If that doesn’t strike fear into your heart, I’m not sure what will. We’ve got hundreds of people being rescued and over 1,000 homes completely flooded. It’s a nightmare.
As you all know, inclement weather normally means there are going to be closings and delays of all kinds, particularly at the school and workplace. You’d have to be out of your damn mind to attempt to make it to work with the floods raging like they are, as evidenced by this hero of a weatherman who is expressing all of the concern in the world. His threat to any boss who forces their employees to risk their lives by driving in this storm? Sheer, unadulterated embarrassment.
Not all heroes wear capes pic.twitter.com/n409dd2sKJ
— Ryan Newsome (@NewBoi17) April 18, 2016
You want to mess with that dude? Yeah, didn’t think so. Houston’s a big place and everyone knows that weathermen are probably in the top three most influential roles of any major city. The seriousness of this guy’s demeanor is something you don’t want to fuck with. Let’s just hope some asshole missed the memo on this and fires his coworkers only to get exposed for our personal entertainment..