Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Ireland Buckles up for Stronger Storms

As ex-hurricane Ophelia batters Ireland today with wind gusts up to 176 kilometers per hour at Fastnet Rock, Europe contemplates a future of previously unimagined super-storms. Met Éireann, Ireland’s national weather service, issued red alerts, its highest warning, across the entire country, causing schools to shut and transportation to stop as life ground to a halt. Power outages left a reported 120,000 people in the dark, according to the public utility provider ESB Networks.

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