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    Storm Aileen and the BBC

    Posted by deeuu on 13/9/2017, 5:44:00
    81.111.155.185

    Storm Aileen - the first named storm this season - has brought strong winds to parts of the UK.


    What a load of tosh, its windy out. When did we have a storm "season"

    whqt a limp wristed bunch of wasters the BBC are.

      Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

      Posted by USM on 13/9/2017, 10:10:42, in reply to "Storm Aileen and the BBC"
      86.190.97.213

      We've had a storm season since becoming the 51st State. In the same way the UK now has Leaving Proms, Baby Showers and over celebrate Halloween. The next thing is apparently the "Cake Smash"
      And I guess that's also where we get our ideas for "modern football" from. (sigh).

      PS - what the fcuk is a "weather bomb" (double sigh).

        Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

        Posted by Hack on 13/9/2017, 8:01:10, in reply to "Storm Aileen and the BBC"
        109.175.133.75

        It's the official line from The Met Office. And Scotland and the North West have had strong winds overnight.

          Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

          Posted by adrian on 14/9/2017, 0:50:09, in reply to "Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC"
          5.198.25.235

          if thats a storm shows how much joke are country is full off clowns

          Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

          Posted by Nick PBH on 13/9/2017, 7:47:11, in reply to "Storm Aileen and the BBC"
          86.17.26.93

          Since the storms are named alphabetically from the start of the storm season by the met office, I don`t think you can criticise the BBC for using met office phrasing

            Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

            Posted by Jimbo on 13/9/2017, 5:58:14, in reply to "Storm Aileen and the BBC"
            79.75.172.4

            Well I'm just back after being out in those wind's with gusts so strong my vans wind sensor kicked into to slow it down.

            But hey you've been in bed all night so wouldn't really know how bad it is eh eh

              Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC

              Posted by deeuu on 13/9/2017, 6:01:26, in reply to "Re: Storm Aileen and the BBC"
              81.111.155.185

              Actually Jimbo I have been out running, before work.

              Did you invent the wind sensors whilst dreaming of dum, dum, dee, dum.

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