Hurricane Katrina

It’s good to post a light-hearted comment.

BBC’s intrepid reporter Michael Buchanan is known to some of us already as the one who door-stepped Katrina Percy and attended the recent meeting of the Council of Governors. His BBC profile includes:

I’ve been fortunate to cover some the biggest stories of the past 2 years including Hurricane Katrina, the conflict in Lebanon and the Ipswich killings.”

Hurricane Katrina Percy – sounds good to me, leaving a trail of spoiled lives in her wake.

That’s two Hurricane Katrinas for you Michael. Spot the difference:

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©Full video at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-35074215

 

cropped Katrina from space©²

Someone on Monday spotted the difference: Hurricane Katrina [Percy] won’t go away! Very droll.

Footnote: Michael’s profile must have been written up several years ago by the BBC – the past two years is a little misleading now in respect of Hurricane Katrina 1.
© BBC
©² Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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