Tornadoes Are Caused By Traffic Circles, Apparently ...

If you listen to my show, you know I'm not the biggest fan of roundabouts. I realize they're designed to keep traffic flowing and prevent you from sitting at stop lights with the motor running. And, yes, I know how to drive a roundabout properly ... but, I hate them because everyone else in traffic has no idea what to do in a traffic circle and seems to get paralyzed when faced with a turn decision. This makes roundabouts UNSAFE!

But, at least I'm not as psychotic as THIS GUY!

You see, the number of tornadoes in Pennsylvania have increased this year and scientists don't know why. This caller to WNEP-TV's "Talkback 16" segment has his own explanation, though.

His theory, which you can hear below: "We didn't have tornadoes here until we started putting in the traffic circles. Cause, on account of the -- you wanna know why? When people go round and round in circles, it causes disturbance in the atmosphere, and causes tornadoes."

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