I think he has proven his point clearly.
An Indian TV Channel has been widely ridiculed online after a bizarre claim about the weather in the country.
Before broadcasting a report about a heatwave, a female anchor announced it by saying the report that is about to be aired would reveal how Pakistan is to blame for the extreme weather in India.
The report claimed that “experts” are of the opinion that the recent extra-hot summer was an attack initiated from Pakistan because the winds flowing to India from Pakistan were responsible for carrying the heat with them to the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Supposedly, this has started a rather silly debate in India about the possibility that Pakistan actually has such technology. Who needs nukes when you have the power to curse a whole region with sweaty balls and underboob sweat stains!
Pakistan is attacking India with hot weather pic.twitter.com/6Sv6jXrry0— Jeremy McLellan (@JeremyMcLellan) June 8, 2019
The Indian navy has put the country’s first and only nuclear-missile submarine, the $2.9 billion INS Arihant, out of commission.
The Hindu reported that the Arihant has been out of commission since suffering “major damage” some 10 months ago, due to what a navy source characterized as a “human error”. Water flooded the sub’s propulsion compartment after someone failed to secure one of the vessel’s external hatches.
Water “rushed in as a hatch on the rear side was left open by mistake while [the Arihant] was at harbor” in February 2017, shortly after the submarine’s launch, The Hindu reports. Since then, the sub “has been undergoing repairs and clean up,” according to the paper: “Besides other repair work, many pipes had to be cut open and replaced.”
No one ever thought of installing a sensor that warns you if the hatch is open? I can’t even start my washing machine without closing the door first.
Rats have also earlier been blamed for drinking liquor in the state of Bihar where alcohol is banned, narcotics in Jharkhand and currency notes in Assam. They were also accused of causing floods in Bihar.
The latest incident came to light on Wednesday when the police station storage was opened to bring out the body of a stray dog which had sneaked into it a few days ago and died inside. But when its doors were opened, it was also found that several gallons of moonshine seized from illegal manufacturing units had vanished into thin air. Staff then blamed the rodents.
This is not the first time that rodents have been blamed for the disappearance of liquor. In Bihar, where prohibition is in force, rodents were last year believed to have finished off more than 9 liters of alcohol which the police had seized. Rats are such alcoholic dicks. They always drink all the booze and leave nothing for the thirsty policemen.
Superintendent of police Abhinandan Singh said an inquiry into the incident would be conducted to ascertain whether the liquor was consumed by rats or something else had happened to it. I am 100% sure that 1000