The program was a demonstrable success, and both von Glatter-Goetz's excellent understanding of his target audience and Elvira's ass helped untold numbers of troops masturbate their way to mastering the Tiger Tank.
Hurricane Katrina Ejected Over A Thousand Coffins From Graves
According to FEMA, Hurricane Katrina was "the single most catastrophic natural disaster in U.S. history." It caused over $41.1 billion in damage and killed more than 1,800 people. But not content with causing misery for the living, Katrina decided to go after the deceased as well, digging them up so she could pee her hate water on their faces.
Petty Officer Kyle Niemi/US Navy"You whine when it doesn't rain, you whine when it rains too much, what do you want from me??"
During the disaster, over 1,000 coffins -- and, more gruesomely, those coffin's residents -- were ejected from their places of rest. The transition wasn't gentle, either. One New Orleans native found his grandmother's body, still in her pink burial dress, splayed out in the open like she was trying to get a tan. Skeletal remains were sprawled among cemetery statues, and more than one coffin was found up a tree. According to the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (Dmort), it's unlikely that all the uprooted bodies will ever be located and returned. "Many are in extremely remote and inaccessible areas," a spokesman said. "They have been carried way downrange into muck and swamp and forest."