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Atlanta WeatherWoman Gets Thousands Of Death Threats For Interrupting Tiger At The Masters For A Deadly Tornado Warning


Ella Dorsey, weatherWOMAN for CBS in Atlanta (don’t you dare say that other term, we don’t say that anymore) was faced with an impossible predicament on Sunday.

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A dangerous, deadly tornado was bearing down on Gwinnett Country – the public needed to be warned so they could take precautions and protect their loved ones and their property and their valuables.  As WeatherWoman it was her job to sound the alarm, to let as many people know as possible.

But at the same time…Tiger Woods was making a push to win his first major in 11 years.  Golf Guys were glued to their screens, cum deposits building up in their khaki shorts.  It was happening.  It was finally happening.  Tiger was Back.

…And Ella decided human lives were worth more than the GOAT.

What CBS failed to realize…a lot of people would rather die in a catastrophic weather event than miss a minute of Tiger at the Masters.  That was a sacrifice they were fully committed to making.

You think these guys weren’t ready to lay down their lives for Tiger?

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They would have kept their eyes glued to the screen for as long as possible until the G forces ripped them out of their heads.

I don’t blame Ella for doing her job.  She’s dedicated to her craft and passionate about her work.  Only total assholes send death threats.  I’d like to send death threats to the dicks sending those death threats.

CBS should just be prepared for the future: when Tiger is marching down the fairway on his way to being Fully Back, maybe send a text or something.  Some things are more important than life.


Plus I heard it was just a split screen and they didn’t even cut away from the course.