That's it. That's the list. Your #content doesn't fall into one of those categories? You should not be creating or sharing it.
Of course, that hasn't stopped people from ignoring that rule. Behold, the worst of Polar Vortex-related #content that should not exist.
1) These motherfuckers.
In the beautiful Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded. In coming days, expected to get even colder. People can’t last outside even for minutes. What the hell is going on with Global Waming? Please come back fast, we need you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 29, 2019
2) "Back in my day we walked in sandals in this kind of weather and schools didn't close because we weren't goddamn wussies."
There were plenty examples of this yesterday, but our favorite came from UCI president Chris Ronayne.
When we were kids we never knew what a polar vortex was. We just delivered the paper every morning no matter the weather. What lessons are we teaching our kids with repeated messaging of extreme weather? Subliminally we are telling them #CLE is no place for them. #FourSeasonCity pic.twitter.com/kPtnobqJRU— Chris Ronayne (@chrisronayne) January 30, 2019
What lessons are we teaching our kids? Well, that frostbite is fucking dangerous and hypothermia kills. What lessons are you teaching UCI employees? Probably that you don't give a shit about them.
Resident moron Ted Diadiun also chimed in with a predictably dumb take along the same lines.
You've probably seen similar sentiments and memes on Facebook shared by baby boomers bemoaning how soft we've gotten. They're just the most recent reminders that you should banish that hellhole of a site from your life and that everyone posting those memes fails to mention that more than 100 people died in the great blizzard of 1978.
3a) A picture of your dashboard thermometer with car make logo showing.
Look at these temps! Oh, did I get that BMW logo in there? How'd that happen.
3b) A picture of your dashboard thermometer sans logo.
4) The weather app screenshot.
Congratulations! You have a phone! Not as humblebraggy as the guy with the phone AND a car, but still.
5) Desperate and/or bad attempts at engagement or memes.
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Jeer of the Day: Dick Goddard, who spent 55 years forecasting Cleveland weather, once said that forecasters with a thin skin had better move to Yuma, Arizona to avoid Northeast Ohio's lake-effect snow and storms. But in a town like Cleveland that welcomes superheroes, at least for movie work, where are the Super Forecasters who can keep the really bad weather at bay? // 📸➡️ Marvin Fong, The Plain Dealer, 🖌➡️ Jane Morice, cleveland.com // #jeeroftheday #cheersandjeers #polarvortex #deepfreeze #frozencleveland #frozenlakeerie #dickgoddard #northeastohio #cleveland #ohio
This has been today's Scene Action Weather Team update.