“I am insulted that local TV news crews are now calling this kind of storm a haboob,” Don Yonts, a resident of Gilbert, Ariz., wrote to The Arizona Republic after a particularly fierce, mile-high dust storm swept through the state on July 5. “How do they think our soldiers feel coming back to Arizona and hearing some Middle Eastern term?”
Just…die. Just please be dead, all of you.
In a related story Haboobs are one of my favorite weather conditions, because they look amazing (do a google image search for them, seriously) and they’re fun to say.
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