Hurricane Season Predictions 2010


An active Atlantic hurricane season is predicted for 2010 but this might not translate into productive rainfall for Trinidad and Tobago which will cause WASA, a proactive organization, to prepare a future press release claiming that though the country is constantly under flood water, the dams are still dangerously low so the country will have to invest billions on energy-hungry, corruption-resistant desalination plants which will feed those water leaks that will be maintained for  both cultural and financial reasons.

On the bright side, the drought of 2010 has Trinidad looking more and more like the Prime Minister – destroyed via stupidity. As part of the country’s 2020 vision for the Hurricane Season, more of Trinidad and Tobago will be under mud when it rains because citizens have been comforting themselves with soft drinks in plastic bottles and replaced those third world foam mattresses with developed nation status mattresses from Serta, Restonic and King Koil.  Though we have parts of Port of Spain looking almost first world with the Waterfront Project, garbage bins, and that other national pride, the analogue-ready NAPA, these building are like some beautiful women, good to look at but suck the treasury dry.

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3 thoughts on “Hurricane Season Predictions 2010

  1. The country will have to invest billions on energy-hungry, corruption-resistant desalination plants or rather invest in power- hungry & corrupt politicians ?
    As for 2020 vision, I get the impression that PM means that only a small part of the country ( POS & surroundings) will reach first world status by that time. Some people will be easily fooled by beautiful buildings, just like some men are easily fooled by beautiful women.:-)

  2. The problem with politicians is that they believe in the delusion that they are loved by the people. But PM PM doesn’t even believe in the people but in the belief he has the divine power to mash up de place.

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