Hurricane Evacuees' Trailer Explodes
UnFair and UnBalanced
Monday, January 21, 2019, 16:32:UTC)(
14 April 2006
LOUISIANA - A FEMA trailer being used by a couple who lost their home in Hurricane Katrina burst into flames, severely burning their daughter's mullet and incinerating most of their peanut butter stash.
According to FEMA, the only way the family escaped was due to the blast hole from the exploding peanut butter. FEMA officials say that during this time of year, peanut butter that is stored too close to salt water, like the Gulf of Mexico, has a tendency to become unstable.
Unfortunately, this is about the 9th home mishap that has occurred for this family over a period of 10 years. In 1987, 1991, 1993 and 1994, the entire family was abducted by UFO's and were barraged with deep anal probes. Recently the family was displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Previously, the family lived in a beach house in Sumatra.
- "Yuri" of the former KGB