02 July 2012

Lights Out Obama

Darkness Descends On The Capital

Could it be the recent Supreme Decision?
Could it be behind the scene negotiations around a renewed Israel - Pale.olithic fiasco?

Power outages drag on in D.C. region; officials fuming at utility companies Between 9:30 and 11 p.m. Friday night, one of the most destructive complexes of thunderstorms in memory swept through the entire D.C. area. Packing wind gusts of 60-80 mph, the storm produced extensive damage, downing hundreds of trees, and leaving more than 1 million area-residents without power.

Racing along at speeds over 60 mph, the bowing line of thunderstorms formed west of Chicago around 11 a.m. and by midnight approached the Atlantic ocean. It left a massive trail of destruction spanning from northern Illinois to the Delmarva Peninsula. The National Weather Service has logged well over 800 reports of damaging winds.

Here is possibly what Dov Bar Leib referred to as a Ring of Fire:

Facts about Derechos
[this name is close to the Hebrew transliteration of derech, which means "way" or "path" or "manner", and much can be extrapolated from this]

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