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Hurricane Wall

How dare they ?
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Hurricanes cause tremendous amounts of damage in the USA.

But they don't start there; they begin over West Africa, and track over the Atlantic ocean, feeding off warm tropical water, before arriving at the American shoreline.

They arrive unsolicited, lacking a visa or travel documents, and barge their way in.

This is clearly unacceptable.

The answer is going to be the construction of a five mile high solid wall all around the southern and eastern US coastline. This will keep the hurricanes out, for sure.

Investigations are continuing into how to finance the project.

8th of 7, Oct 05 2016


       Important, pertinent, frequently and currently quite necessary. Hurricanes suck. Things get damaged, houses too, especially houses. Perhaps even mine.   

       Worse than the Vogon Constructor Fleet? Time will tell.   

       Major bun [++++]
whatrock, Oct 05 2016

       //they begin over West Africa//   

       So the problem is west Africa. Or, it seems the vast amounts of energy in and around the Sahara in certain conditions. I think that's all the excuse we need to refill megalake Chad, Congo and perhaps a few other low lying areas. If spurious experimentation on a continental scale doesn't work, I don't know what will.
bs0u0155, Oct 06 2016

       I imagine that Mexico will fund it, and build it the instant that Trump Retard tells them it's their job, and to get on with it.
xenzag, Oct 06 2016

       Since //feeding off warm tropical water// is part of the problem, would it not be cheaper to cool the ocean by bringing a few icebergs down from the Arctic...   


       Never mind!
Canuck, Oct 06 2016


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