posted on May, 1 2009 @ 10:46 PM
Didn't anyone think to ask him what he meant by "the storm"? Did he identify himself as
Airforce or as a member
of the airforce?
There is a very big difference between the two--one implies he's insane, the other that he's merely doing his job...albeit a job not traditionally
assigned to airforce members.
I find it strange that someone would be sent out to ensure that everyone is prepared for a weather storm when the news (presumably) didn't report
anything of that nature. I don't think this is even the norm when hurricanes and tornadoes are anticipated.
[edit on 1/5/09 by paperplanes]