Friday, April 24, 2020

Lowered pollution levels make New Orleans skyline visible over Mobile Bay for first time in a century





For the first time in over a century, New Orleans can be seen from the Fairhope Pier without hindrance from the usual smog levels.  Although the skyline could be seen for the last several weeks, no one noticed due to lack of foot traffic on Fairhope Pier at dusk. One local even claims he can smell bourbon street from his home on Fels avenue, but this has not been verified. If life continues like it has been, some scientists even believe the native Maine Lobster will return to his natural habitat in Mobile Bay, an exciting thought for next Jubilee.

9 comments:

  1. This is so Awesome... welcome back!!!

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  2. This is just f**king stupid
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  3. There’s fake news and then there’s this. I pray humans are smart enough not to believe this.

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  4. Hahaaaa!!!! Mobile doesn’t have smog!!

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  5. NO F'ING WAY.. THIS IS TOTAL BULLSHIT

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  6. At 18,000 ft or 3.4 miles above the Fairhope pier, New Orleans would appear on the horizon. Look there's Andrew Jackson!

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  7. How do ya think Jackson knew there was trouble in NOLA in 1812? Pony Express? Nope, he first caught wind of it through a spyglass atop Jackson's Oak otw back from defeating the Spanish @ P'cola! That's why he returned to Mobile, to catch a closer look from the Battle House rooftop!!

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