Top 10 Hells on Earth....?

http://www.askmen.com/fashion/travel_top_ten_200/226b_travel_top_ten.html

(I credit my lovely friend Stephanie for pointing this article out to me)

But according to AskMen.com, Oklahoma City is the number 5 Hell on Earth.... and BAGHDAD is listed as number 10.  Why in the WORLD would anyone think that Oklahoma City is twice as hellish as Iraq?  Moreover, he claims that the natural disasters hit OKC frequently... but the ironic thing is that the natural disasters rarely actually make it to the downtown or urban areas.  I have lived in Oklahoma City for almost 20 years, and even though I have had to take shelter through many a tornado warning, I have never been in the direct path of a tornado or been in a building that suffered any damage from a funnel itself.  And the tornadoes that hit rarely ever completely devastate like that May 3 tornado.

 

Don't you think that if these kinds of disasters happen "all the time" there would be more recent examples than 1999?

 

But I guess that's what you get for consulting WIKIPEDIA for all your "legitimate" information.

I must say that "travel specialist Nick Clarke" WAYYYYYYY over exaggerate the unpredictable weather in Oklahoma City.

 

 

Too bad he's missing out on OKC.

2 comments (Add your own)

1. hannah wrote:
umm is your name hannah decker? myne is 4 real

Tue, June 24, 2008 @ 7:28 PM

2. Hannah Decker wrote:
Yes, it absolutely is!

Tue, June 24, 2008 @ 8:04 PM

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