Giant black cloud? How bad could it be?
Blog Guy, I wanted to follow up on an item you had a few days ago, about that gigantic 300-acre “marijuana plantation” that was found by soldiers in Mexico.
I was just wondering if it’s possible to rent the plantation for nature study trips. Or fraternity parties.
Nice try. It’s already gone. We have subsequent pictures of troops burning all those crops.
Nooooooo!!!! I mean, gosh, that seems like a waste. All 300 acres of weed, up in smoke…
So if you had enough data about prevaling winds and air patterns, you could probably figure where that cloud will come down, right?
Of course. Looks like it should be landing in Siberia, let’s see, to the city of Krasnoyarsk.
What? That’s the place you always call Wackytown, the goofiest spot on earth! You even conduct tours there for your readers!
Yep, looks like it lands on Monday, right in front of the Krasnoyarsk Krispy Kreme and a Ben & Jerry’s.
Listen up, you lucky readers who are heading there with me for the ski trip this weekend, I’m gonna need you to sign some waivers….
Top: A Mexican soldier prepares a bonfire for incineration of marijuana during the destruction of a plantation in San Quintin, July 15, 2011. Mexican soldiers destroyed on Friday the biggest plantation of marijuana discovered in a remote desert surrounded by cactuses, local media reported. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
Right: A Mexican soldier carries bundles of marijuana toward a bonfire for incineration. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
Left: A Mexican soldier walks past a bonfire for incineration of marijuana. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
Bottom right: Sanitary workers use a ski lift as they move uphill to spray pesticide to kill ticks carrying encephalitis at the Bobrovy Log resort area in Taiga, outside Russia’s Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, May 27, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin