So one bad, one good, the way I figure.
But what do they have in common? Well, according to the Wall Street Journal, the good folks at FEMA - the Federal Emergency Management Agency - use the statuses of local Waffle Houses as an indicator of how things are in local communities after hurricanes pass by.
Let's say a hurricane, let's call it "Sarah", blows in lots of hot air and wind, a destructive force of nature. After
I checked the date on the original story and it was not written on April 1. This is a true story and I share it with you so that you can plan that Southern trip with full knowledge of how things are in the sunny Southland.