Friday, February 10, 2006
Hurricane Plot on Los Angeles Thwarted
Holy shit! I just learned that the Department of Homeland Security thwarted a Category IV hurricane headed toward downtown Los Angeles back in 2002. Apparently there was a lot of chatter from hurricane operatives and associates that the Category IV was determined to strike LAX or the tallest building in the city. Because airport security is so tight and impenetrable, it settled on the downtown area. Fortunately for America, George Tenet was able to torture the details of the plot out of a tropical storm near San Diego, and avert disaster.
Thank God our government is listening to our phone calls. If they weren't, Los Angeles might not exist. And then where would my acting career be?