Why weren’t hurricane warnings issued for Sandy?Because, silly...it wasn't a Hurricane, it was a Superstorm!
You know, that class of storm that did not exist until some aspiring intern at one of the
Of course, there is no such thing as a "Superstorm". Don't believe me, just ask both the National Hurricane Center and National Weather Service. Find me "Superstorm" in their glossaries.
During its existence, Sandy was both a Tropical Storm and a Hurricane. One thing it never was...was a "Superstorm."
Of course we can't let such a small oversight get in the way of a sure-fire money raising scheme. Just ask the allegedly straight-laced Red Cross.
There have been, like, a million hurricanes. Thus that term is so 2005, and it doesn't bring in the cash/ratings like it used to. Marketing ploys to the rescue.
Frauds and charlatans all.....