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Monday, 7 July 2008

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Gartha used to be nice ....

Off the coast of Florida, a gentle wind became a hurricane upon the slightest provocation by the north-western winds.

Traveling towards a scared America at speeds of 10 mph, it packed winds of more than 100mph, far exceeding a gentle hurricane status of 75mph. According to forecasters, it will only get angrier and faster.

The provocation happened during early weeks of July in the controversial Atlantic region, where many unpredictable hurricanes have originated.

Americans are increasingly looking at how such rogue hurricanes, born out of the provocation of outsider winds should be dealt with. Many have chosen to hate the north-western winds for traveling to a violence-prone area and provoking the winds there.

The government if America has asked its citizens to remain calm and has beefed up its defense against Gartha, hoping to capture it alive so they can study how hurricanes are a result of circumstances and not born angry. The north-western winds, on the other hand have already been made illegal and declared as terrorists.

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